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reviewed Close What's the capitalization rule for tabulated entries?
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reviewed Close Sentence explanation “Eve says that she inspired by tutorial clips she had looked up and learned from”
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reviewed Close I don't understand the difference between slightly and a bit?
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reviewed Close Is there any difference in the meaning of these sentences?
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reviewed Close Purpose of “being”
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reviewed Close Which one is better (or correct) expression? “go up 5 percent'” or “go up by 5 percent”
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reviewed Close Has “S***” Become De-Curse-ified?
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reviewed Close When is it appropriate to use 'admixture' rather than 'mixture'?
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reviewed Close who among you vs. which of you
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reviewed Close Why is “no” used instead of “yes” in this conversation?
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reviewed Close Is “soliciting” in the example sentence an adjective or a noun?
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reviewed Leave Open Another word for “A relationship of causality/ cause-effect relationship”
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reviewed Close Grammar and phrasing
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reviewed Close Interrupted quotations in BE and comma placement
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reviewed Leave Open Ambiguity with the verb used as a participle
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reviewed Leave Open What is a good word for all sentient races?
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reviewed Close Are graphic novels considered literature?
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reviewed Close Comma, dash or colon to introduce a person's name at end of sentence?
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reviewed Leave Open What does the perfect infinitive mean?
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reviewed Reviewed What is it called when you change the nouns in an idiom