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reviewed No Action Needed Is “there's no chance” the subject in “… there’s no chance she will change her mind”?
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reviewed No Action Needed Can an independent clause have an implied (or null) subject?
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reviewed Reviewed What is the meaning of “get held under the water”?
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reviewed Reviewed is there a word for the time span between an old king and a new king?
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reviewed Close Can one use of “…at at least…”?
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reviewed Close are there any questions that can be asked without a helping verb
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reviewed Close Official Meeting invite
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reviewed Close What does “Bo Peep” mean in this context?
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reviewed Close the use of “ in more recent years…”
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reviewed Close What does “the greatest translation in any language” mean?
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reviewed Close Do native speakers ever make pronunciation mistakes?
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reviewed Close What's the difference between legal (illegal) and lawful (unlawful)?
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comment do native English speakers completely omit the /r/ sound in /ˈev·riˌwʌn/ (everyone)?
It's hard to Imagine even someone from Mississippi doing that. Then again, I could be wrong: I can never understand them anyway. :)
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reviewed No Action Needed I need to know why a hyphen was used in this sentence
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reviewed Reviewed She didn't even had me/has me/have me
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reviewed Looks OK About TSC acronym pronunciation
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reviewed Edit Official Meeting invite
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revised Official Meeting invite
deleted 2 characters in body
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reviewed Looks OK Is “there's no chance” the subject in “… there’s no chance she will change her mind”?
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reviewed Delete What's the difference between “percent of” and “percentage of”?