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Rykara
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What is the difference between first hand and hands-on?

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Does "onto" suggest or imply that the subject is coming from above?

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Meaning of wholeheartedly

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Other ways of saying "Don't give up"?

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Should it be "German society" or "the German society"?

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What is the correct tense I should use?

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What "Did I do this" refers to?

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Why can that-clause be put there?

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How should I differentiate "from" and "since" to express time in present perfect?

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"making a total of" or "totalizing"?

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Suspect someone as someone

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Difference between show up and appear

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"He is better and superior to me" vs "He is better than and superior to me"

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What's the difference between "Have you slept" and "Are you asleep"?

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What do you call the act of going out publicly as the president in order to celeberate with the people?

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Is adding "in the (professional league)" awkward here?

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Negative tag-questions

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Meaning of "Spray down"?

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How do you specify which pair of sides in a discussion?

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Order of determiner in noun phrase

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Should I use “withdrawal” or “exchange,” when spending credit card points?

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Yet to be received

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What is the difference between words "gadget" and "device"?

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Is "to and fro" a more general way of saying "from side to side"?

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Specific limitation on the word "whose"

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Simple versus continuous tense in sentences

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'She insisted me to post this one.' or 'She insisted on posting this one.'

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Why in some situations comes ing?

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Hello. I do not understand these questions. Please explain them to me

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"Here it comes". and " There she is." What do they mean? Where are they used? I don't know how to use it