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Sentence correction with adverb never and verb been

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Addresses: What is the name of the part of a building number after a "/" sign (i.e. 23/B)

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"We might play" vs "we might be playing"

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"To the extent that" means "if" or "when"?

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Is 'nowadays' a negator? / does it form a sentence whose polarity is negative?

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What is the meaning of "in the knee of somewhere"? Is it a common phrase in English?

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Simple tenses for (un)finished actions

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Tense choice| Grammar

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The ring was put on in/at the wedding. - which is acceptable?

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"He usually goes to school on time" or "He goes to school usually on time."

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"Please wait for another 5 minutes" or "Please wait another 5 minutes"?

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Using "You're welcomed" to express that I am willing to help?

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need to do VERSUS need for doing

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Does using 'the fact that' at the start require a comma in the sentence?

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How to refer to the last of more than two elements in a list without reiterating the names?

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Constituency tests

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"He is the President / a doctor / a driver." — How to define whether "the President / a doctor / a driver" is something or someone?

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A weird use of "could have" in a non-hypothetical situation

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"To read": Is it an intransitive verb?

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The Double Genitive with Animals?

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Is it correct to say "Be m a number...", instead of "Let m be a number..." in math and elsewhere?

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Adversative sentences

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Conjunction necessary if there is comma?

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- Dad, John doesn't want to go to school today! / - He shall!

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What are the plural forms of 'man Friday' and 'person Friday'?

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What a shame they couldn’t/can't come

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Is there a correct way to use the idiom " from then on " + future ? Example : From then on, they'll be friends for life

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Tense system of passage

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What does the phrase “for the rest of us” mean in this context?

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"Thought of" in a sentence

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