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reviewed Close Comma use in long sentences
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reviewed Close What does “Tuppence a bag” mean?
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reviewed Close How to idiomatically express “to marry”?
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reviewed Close How to politely ask someone “I need your help”
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reviewed Close Is there any idiomatic synonym for “to apply a double standard”?
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reviewed Close which one is correct them or it
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reviewed Close “We're sorry for the delay in reply.” or “[…] delay in replying.”?
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reviewed Leave Open what “ranging” means in “He was a veteran of a hundred rangings”?
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reviewed Close How to agree verb with has and will in same sentence?
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reviewed Leave Open Is it true that the 100 most common English words are all Germanic in origin?
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reviewed Close Is there a SPORTS PHRASE [in particular, one relating to “soccer”] similar to “make sure all our bases are covered”?
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reviewed Delete What word describes writing a word someone else said while trying to write something else?
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reviewed Delete A figure of speech to illustrate the irreversibility of an action
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reviewed Delete What word describes writing a word someone else said while trying to write something else?
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reviewed Looks OK pro-active/initiative-taking as an adjective
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reviewed Delete Is it right to say “Jack's father's mother's books”?
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reviewed No Action Needed “Neither can live while the other survives”— does it make logical sense?
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comment Is there a correct pronunciation for the word “idempotent”?
Please use only IPA.
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comment How to pronounce 'almond' in American English
I find it surprising that Longman doesn’t include the versions that start like the word all, so /ɔːl/.
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reviewed Leave Closed A word for a person who is doubtful and always second-guesses everything he knows