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"I am cooking", "I have to cook", "I am going to cook", and "I will cook"

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Difference between 'as long as' and 'so long as'

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The morning rain clouds up my window

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What is the correct grammar to use in this situation? "She and her colleagues" or "Her colleagues and she"?

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Are these sentences correct: Having illness, I've to go to the hospital every week. Having fair skin, I've to stay away from the sun

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Why do you use the word "into" in the next sentence?

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What other forms of verb can I use in "I see him swelling with pride"?

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What is the plural form of the letter A, as in the grade or mark, not the indefinite article?

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Is the negation "if not that, then something" correct?

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

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He composed me a piece of music vs he composed a piece of music for me

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What a shame they couldn’t/can't come

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

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"If you do not mind" or "If you agree": what is the best choice?

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Is the order of adjectives correct in "a new sleeveless blue woolen jumper"?

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Is "torture something back" a phrase?

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Is ‘In pace with’ correct?

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Can I use "have" like in "I had the house painted" to mean "I did the task myself?

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Forgot vs have forgotten anniversary

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Difference between "meadow" "prairie" "pasture"

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Can I use "being + Past Participle" instead of "have been + PP"?

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What does "to a skin-crawling effect" mean?

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than (it) seems/appears

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Why are the abstract nouns in the following examples countable or uncountable? There seems to be no applicable rule

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What does "In one or two weeks out" mean?

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Can "incessantly" be used in situations that are not annoying?

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Who has got *a* flowerbed near *the* house?

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How do we know "is" is a verb in "Kolkata is a big city"?

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How do I choose between two irregular verb forms?

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less/lesser/the least in different contexts