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answered Any and some don´t have rules
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revised Missing words after commas in these sentences?
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answered Missing words after commas in these sentences?
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answered Is the phrase “over and out” contradictory?
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comment How common is 'Sweet as' in the rest of the world?
I'm pretty sure it isn't common in either Britain or Canada.Unless it's (harrummpff) young person's slang.
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comment Meaning of “murder to resist” in the expression “Power can be murder to resist”?
@DoubleDouble That's the origin, but the usual meaning is much less strong than that. More like: "I had to go without coffee for a whole day - it was murder".
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answered Meaning of “murder to resist” in the expression “Power can be murder to resist”?
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revised What does “had been a rusty sea shanty” and “urban” mean in the following content?
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answered Sporting beard Vs keeping beard
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revised Grammar - Scientific English (Physics)
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answered Standard regarding punctuation in headlines?
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revised Standard regarding punctuation in headlines?
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comment Word to describe something of something of something
Please use full words. 'sth' can mean many things as well as 'something'.
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comment Looking For an Excellent Resource for People Learning Linguistics
Hi. This site is focusses on answering specific questions about English Language Usage. I'm afraid recommendations of websites and other resources are off-topic. Please have a look at the help pages for more info.
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comment Looking For an Excellent Resource for People Learning Linguistics
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because resource recommendations are off-topic.
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comment What does being a team player mean?
I'd quibble with 'follow the rules'. A team player acts for the good of the team. Sometimes that involves not following the rules, especially if the rules were imposed from outside the team.