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reviewed Close What is the difference between “I have been looking for you” and “I have looked for you”?
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reviewed Close Will this sentence make any sense to readers? Grammar question
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reviewed Close Why people pronounce “penetrative” with two stresses?
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reviewed Close Phrase for 'grey literature' in context of data
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reviewed Close Origin of “If X, you are in the wrong place”
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reviewed Close Spelling of somber or sombre
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reviewed Close One word for data collection and data dissemination
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reviewed Close “I don't mistake” or “I don't make a mistake” Which one is correct?
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reviewed Close Does this statement make sense, as someone who cannot read my mind?
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reviewed Close How do i know if the word is step or glide in English
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reviewed Close Would I use “Account analyses and reconciliations” or “Account analysis and reconciliations”?
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reviewed Close What is the single word for the select\deselect
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reviewed Close Non standard english: Slang. “That sucks man.”
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reviewed Close What's the difference between “for a short time” and “in a short time”?
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reviewed Close Is it still a metaphor if you say “if X was Y” first?
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reviewed Close What would you call a person who keeps on boasting about himself and is jealous of others' achievements?
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reviewed Close The difference really cannot
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reviewed Close Is it common to use “perverted” (as in a pervert) as an adjective?
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reviewed Leave Open Donald Trump Grammar
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