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take a screwdriver to something

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Why is "a road" incorrect in this test?

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Is the word "layman" offensive?

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"boats were made of wood and men were made of steel" meaning

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Is it incorrect to say "I slept at six" in English?

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Can "n years old" describe things, or only people?

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What's the meaning of "wired"?

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What is the subject in the introductory clause "After studying for 1 year. . ."?

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a goose to something

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What's the meaning of "people are walked out" phrase?

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Why doesn't the noun 'code' take any article?

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"As I told you," vs "as I have told you."

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Is your English getting better? or Does your English get better?

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put to shame the warnings on a pharaoh's tomb

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Is "Crude" a valid antonym of "Urbane"?

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within a hairbreadth of something

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Present or Past in "They said they are/were breaking up"

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usage of 'the' [the City Hall]/[City Hall]

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Maise ate / had been eating sweets all evening so it was not suprising > she didn't want any supper

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Restrictive or non-restrictive relative clause for this sentence

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How to use 'Go with'

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usage of "including as"

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Usage of "since" vs. "onward"

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"Buried alive", "burned alive"

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What is the use of the verb "do" in the sentence "Dreams do come true"?

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How is the word "elated" used?

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Can 'how' introduce a gerund clause? - "I looked at how politicians purging others."

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"the first time", "the last time", "the next time" followed by a adverbial clauses of time

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Concerns about "have yet to"

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Fall Over On His Side/Back