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Usage of relative pronouns with the word from

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The words that and than

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consider somebody/something + adj. | consider somebody/something (to be) something

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Identifying absolute phrase

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Subject-dependent inversion

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A lot of or Much?

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I have never heard him to say it

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Is there any good synonym of "imagine being"?

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Is the following sentence grammatically correct? -- "The only problem is where do we start looking?"

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"I guess he thought that was pretty awful" and its various forms

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Is it correct and natural to the verb "reinforce" in the sense of improving a skill or the knowledge of something?

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Past tense. He watched / has watched / had watched?

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which word to be used "tirades" or "diatribe"

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"I learn a lot talking to you" vs. "I learn a lot by talking to you"

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"If there is any" vs "If there are any"

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Definiteness in the {container} of {contents} construction

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lax or laxed vowels?

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Information closing?

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Keep/ be quiet in order to ask someone to stop talking

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Should it be ice cream or ice cream's

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Usage of being?

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Differences among the sentences starting with 'it is better' , 'it will be better' or it would have been better

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The most used + Noun VS Noun + is used the most

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Is it grammatically correct? Past Participle in to-infinitive

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When to use present continuous

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Past tense vs present tense

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Could you tell me If I can use the words “more strict” and “Most strict” instead of stricter and strictest?

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change jobs/careers vs change my accounting job/my accounting career

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"Define what is a" or "define a"?

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Difference between "Why did she..." and "Why would she..."