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How does the "Dalai Lama walks into a pizza shop..." joke work?

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"firstly ... secondly ..." or "first ... second ... "?

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How are silent letters important?

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When is it acceptable to omit the subject "I"?

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Exercises for pronouncing 'I'

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The vs. a: Surprising use of the

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"the printers is" vs. "the printers are"

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Is the use of "one of the" correct in the following context?

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Are electric gadgets running/working or just switched/left on?

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Comma before "because"

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Can advise be used as a noun?

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"What's" and "what are"

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Is it okay to write "gale force" without the hyphen?

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Infinitive and Gerund Construction

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Is this 'as' an object: "as he called it"?

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Meaning of "the vanquishing of something"

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Is there a rule for when the suffix -ian is one syllable long, when two?

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What kind of adverbs can modify another adverb?

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What is the meaning of "spoken of" in the last of a sentence?

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Similar words for 'most talked about' story

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Understanding a passage in relation with 'Clauses' and 'Phrases'

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parse: out + prepositional phrase

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Is this participial phrase a dangling participle?

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Can "must" be used in this specific situation?

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Phrases in the same family as "vice versa"

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What are attractions at fair called, where you buy food?

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Having a ‘gaydar’ means that you will easily recognize who is gay

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What is the verb and subject of this question?

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Use and meaning of "to VERB" clause

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