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39 votes
8 answers
194k views

How do native speakers say 'the light bulb has stopped working'

21 votes
7 answers
7k views

What phrase would American English speakers use in place of "Tom, Dick and Harry"?

19 votes
2 answers
80k views

What can I say when someone has dialed the wrong number?

19 votes
6 answers
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Is there a specific term to describe time 6:00, 7:00, 8:00 etc

18 votes
3 answers
3k views

What do you call a table that is unstable?

15 votes
3 answers
6k views

"What it does is {VERB / to VERB / VERBing} ..."?

15 votes
9 answers
3k views

Is there a word for immediate future just like "just" for immediate past?

14 votes
3 answers
71k views

"Suggest me" or "Suggest to me"

14 votes
1 answer
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What is the meaning of tron in jumbotron?

13 votes
4 answers
37k views

Is 'are you outside' different from 'are you out'?

13 votes
1 answer
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What do you call a squeezed up fruit?

13 votes
3 answers
4k views

"When I first moved here" -- is it "first" of many times?

12 votes
7 answers
23k views

What is the word for describing something old?

11 votes
3 answers
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Is "Get out" different from "Walk out"?

11 votes
3 answers
42k views

How to describe wearing a T-shirt in a opposite manner?

11 votes
1 answer
97k views

Is 'slip out of my mind' correct in this context?

11 votes
6 answers
5k views

Natural way for saying 'buffer period'

10 votes
8 answers
20k views

Expression for "running/getting out of somewhere really fast"

10 votes
5 answers
13k views

What is the opposite of saying "Standing by one's word/promise"?

10 votes
2 answers
5k views

What is the difference between "If" and "When" in a conditional clause?

9 votes
3 answers
3k views

What similar words can I use for 'chemistry' in the context of sports?

8 votes
3 answers
2k views

What word should I use instead of 'having a word'?

8 votes
3 answers
15k views

Difference between "came to" and "came up to"

7 votes
2 answers
177 views

Expression similar to "I went past some point"

7 votes
9 answers
2k views

What is the word for describing a thing right at the edge?

7 votes
1 answer
14k views

How is “supposed to” different from “expected to”?

7 votes
6 answers
784 views

What do you call that talk which someone gives to you to point out mistakes?

7 votes
2 answers
2k views

May "since" be used with simple past verbs?

7 votes
2 answers
14k views

Choosing the right word between front/ahead/forward

7 votes
3 answers
198 views

Are these two expressions similar?

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