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Why is "Mary told the cake to be cut by John" ungrammatical?

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What defines a native English Speaker?

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Does the question mark mean this is a question?

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Is "rain is falling" entirely wrong?

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"Thank you in advance" - how to replace?

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Is it okay to say "Yes no, I don't want to"?

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Is "Can I help you" a suitable expression for offering help to a stranger?

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Difference between "hundred", "a hundred", and "one hundred"?

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Pronunciation of I'll

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When should I use "there" and "their"?

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Using "south" when referring to the southern part of a place

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Are the meanings of "free" and "FREE" the same in "Totally FREE service"?

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Is it sleeting?

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Is rendezvous pronounced like run-they-who?

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What does "back east" mean?

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What does "Don't take my words at face value" mean?

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Which verb is best to make a question-tag from?

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'Flying glass' and 'doorway' during an earthquake; what do they mean?

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Is "stove element" a common name for this object?

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Colloquial way of saying 'I choose'

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When is it appropriate to use the word "persons"?

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Is ending a sentence with a preposition acceptable?

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How sophisticated does the word 'occidental' sound for the average native speaker?

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Same word used multiple times in a sentence

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What's the meaning of "as much as we thirst for approval, we dread condemnation"

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I before E- A good rule or not?

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"I can make myself 'understood'/'understand'/'understandable'"

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What's the difference between "either" and "neither"?

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Is "snows" ever used as noun?

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“When did you born?”