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Should "his chin a jutting v” read “his chin IS a jutting v”?

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A structural quetion of a sentence

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How can I list different method using a good opening word for my sentences

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apply to or for, and apply to for

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Use of "however" and "yet" in a sentence

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Difference between "gesture" and "sign language"

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how to express a sentence with is +verb+ing

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satisfaction- couldn't be better WITH or WITHOUT?

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"He broke out in a grin"

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what's the word for joining a university class when I am not a student there

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What does 'standby' mean in this context?

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Wrong Tense or Verb Form. Why is it? (-ing vs -to verb form)

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Difference between was met & met

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Present Perfect + Adverb

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Plural weekday names in a series

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"at least for" is considered under what syntactical feature?

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What does "scheduling" mean in "supreme court scheduling"?

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Repetition of a proper noun in journalism

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Use of *Increased* as an Adjective.

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How to write a good long sentence with different phrases

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'Where's the guy that told I am an idiot' vs "Where's the guy who told I am an idiot" usage.

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What does "raw" function in this sentence?

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Article usage in "A State of Trance"

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Where to place the adverb?

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“the size of diagrams” or “the sizes of diagrams”

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Formal way of thanking someone for pointing out a mistake

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Conditional sentence in simple past

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Confused of "the conference isn't until later today"

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Asking people if they'd like to try a question.

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Which expression is correct: 'for working with' or 'to work with'