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revised Correct way to ask something
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Jun
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revised Name of character combinations that show faces?
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Jun
8
revised Is there any difference in meaning among the definite, the indefinite and zero article when we make generic nouns?
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revised What phrase can describe the final moments before a deadline?
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May
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revised A shorter form of question “Did it happen by coincidence?”
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May
20
revised The word for a place no one has visited before?
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May
12
revised A term for products whose “secret” features are well-known (but not publicized)
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May
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revised Verb that means “to be in a relationship with”?
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revised Phonics, the letter “I” and its rules
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revised Is there an idiom to describe someone who grew from less than average to influential?
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Apr
15
revised Finding Grammatical Error In A Model SAT sentence
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Apr
15
revised Finding Grammatical Error In A Model SAT sentence
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Apr
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revised An adjective or a single word that means something is “new” and “different” at the same time
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revised Synonym of word “last” for some special case
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Jan
30
revised Can I use “impoverished” in this context?
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revised A single word to define “leave in state of ignorance”
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revised What is the origin of auxiliary verbs?
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Dec
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revised Similar term to “visual” for audio?
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Dec
16
revised What do we now call a 'Principal Boy'?
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Dec
15
revised Origin of the phrase: “they went back to the well”
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