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accepted What is the difference between “bring” and “bring back” in this case?
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asked What is the difference between “bring” and “bring back” in this case?
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comment “Get something” vs. “Go get something”
My question is, why to use "go get" when only "get" can mean "to go somewhere and come back with something".
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revised What is the difference in nuance between these sentences?
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comment When an adjective modifies a noun, can either “look” or “look like” be used?
In that case, can this sentence be used too? "She looks a princess" instead of "She looks like a princess". In this case I believe it is the same as "She looks to be a princess".
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asked When an adjective modifies a noun, can either “look” or “look like” be used?
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asked When talking about possibilities, is it possible to say “what one(s)” instead of “which one(s)”?