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25 votes
5 answers
7k views

Is "Ram married his daughter" ambiguous?

5 votes
4 answers
2k views

The word "attendance" and "at ten dance"?

5 votes
5 answers
4k views

She is tall/ taller for her age by two inches

5 votes
4 answers
8k views

co-son-in-law or co-brother

5 votes
3 answers
3k views

Can "He is an honest man" be passivized?

4 votes
2 answers
429 views

Is “to infinitive” a myth?

3 votes
1 answer
98 views

one of my professors is amoral

3 votes
1 answer
884 views

I got first class or a first class in my exam

2 votes
2 answers
99 views

"I was made to laugh"

2 votes
2 answers
2k views

Why are you late to class?

2 votes
1 answer
3k views

What do the native speakers say for the indian expression "I have a head bath today"

2 votes
2 answers
393 views

Is the usage _a chalk piece_ acceptable in modern English?

2 votes
1 answer
2k views

I want to make friendship with you

2 votes
1 answer
173 views

Dash against Vs crash into

2 votes
3 answers
421 views

What are these ingforms of learning?

1 vote
1 answer
130 views

Why are the poor duck and the goose targetted in a derogatory sense In English?

1 vote
3 answers
1k views

I have some reservations about reservations

1 vote
0 answers
560 views

To infinitive VS bare infinitive

1 vote
1 answer
177 views

Do we "learn byheart something" or "byheart something"?

1 vote
2 answers
107 views

work for VS Work in

1 vote
1 answer
1k views

I will try my level best

1 vote
1 answer
358 views

The school is open from 10 A.M to 5 P.M

1 vote
1 answer
47 views

The political parties expressed support to / for the strike

1 vote
2 answers
835 views

Less than versus fewer than

1 vote
1 answer
4k views

I have applied for leave of absence today/ for today

1 vote
2 answers
669 views

John could drive the car

1 vote
1 answer
7k views

When have you come? Vs when did you come?

1 vote
3 answers
3k views

The adjectives of temperature: hot, warm, cool and cold

1 vote
1 answer
784 views

"on the paper" vs "on top of the paper"

1 vote
1 answer
15k views

If you heat ice, it melts/it will melt