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revised How do I obtain a list of compound words as nouns?
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revised Origin of the idiom “go south”
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Mar
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revised Is this contraction of 'there is' acceptable to native speakers of English?
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Mar
3
revised What's the act of darkening windows to disallow visibility?
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Jan
29
revised 'Sort out' or 'sought out', which one is correct?
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Jan
28
revised How do you say “hands-on experience” with this technology to an interviewer?
Casing and grammar.
Jan
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Jan
28
revised Is there a UK/US difference in the usage of in/to + verb (for example, “this tool helps in dealing with this/to deal with this”)?
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Jan
19
accepted 'and to' quagmire
Jan
19
accepted Why isn't “ecliptic” a proper noun?
Jan
6
revised What are your favorite English language tools?
Simplified.