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Jul
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comment When did 'permission' become popular as a therapy term
This question appears to be off-topic because it is about the history of psychotherapy, not English.
Jul
16
revised Is “I believe x does not equal y” the same as “I don't believe x equals y”
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Jul
15
revised Is this a correct usage of “gravitas”?
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Jul
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Jul
6
revised What to call the “things that nobody talks about”?
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Jul
6
answered What to call the “things that nobody talks about”?
Jul
3
answered Will marry vs will get married
Jul
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revised Will marry vs will get married
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Jul
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Jun
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Apr
30
revised Verb “to be” agreement
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Apr
30
comment Verb “to be” agreement
This is the correct answer. Why the downvote?
Apr
25
comment How many tenses are there in English?
@PatrickM, must have (been) is present tense, perfective aspect.