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Why can’t we call a person who taught students a “previous teacher” in this situation?

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The meaning of "telegraph to every quarter fox help"

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What does "get" mean here?

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When one problem is added to the previous one

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Are "elite rules" and "income equality" counterproductive?

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Is it okay to say "We are no more in the 20th century"? Using "no more" with periods of time

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Why can’t I say “I hung a picture on the wall on the chair”?

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where he has been and where he is

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What are second party leaders?

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went or have been?

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Far behind. (Stuck in traffic)

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The lightning struck the hut and set it alight or set it on fire?

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The verb "dope" here

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Is "have gone" identical to "have been" in some cases, such as being used to describe some status?

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"Anther link is `to` quora", is this expression grammatical and idiomatic?

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A person who is willing and not afraid of taking risks

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When I cite content from a book, should I say "section 2.3.2.1 of book... " or "section 2.3.2.1 of `the` book ..."?

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How to pronounce this character `^`

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Difference (if any) between 'ponder' and 'contemplate'?

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I must say I am lost on what we are talking about here

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What's the meaning of `pronounced bye-frost`?

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Could "Something has to wait" be a form of euphemism?

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1. Let's all thank <the> group A, B, and C; 2. Thank you to <the> groups A, B and C

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Group of vs. Group in

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What does 'They while away their evenings with books and games.' mean?

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Looting after a war

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Squeeze some juice out of the orange/ Squeeze the orange for some juice?

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woud like to V in the past

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How to change "He told me that he has locked the door" to a simple sentence?

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Meaning of "It's easy when you're done" in a dialogue?

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