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How to pronounce Türkiye in English?

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What is this conditional?

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Use of the word "any" with imperative verbs. Singular or Plural [duplicate]

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What is a Word for the Repetition of a Theme Song throughout a Show [duplicate]

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Miscellany vs. Miscellanea

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Why do we say "commit" a crime?

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Is the ‘t’ in ‘witch’ considered a silent t?

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What is a proper word for (almost) identical products?

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Is it patronising and infantilising to always include the term "we" when working in hospitality? [duplicate]

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What Is the Function of the Participle Clause in 'Time + -ing'?

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What does it mean to "drop one's line of sight" [migrated]

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Is there a better word for 'anonymity' here?

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Formal written form for a 2x something? [closed]

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Phrase “In the highest” [closed]

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How to quote a word in quotes [duplicate]

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Is it correct to use a full infinitive (to do) instead of a bare [migrated]

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What's quasi-modal be?

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An adjective for something peaceful but sad?

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Idiomatic expressions for making sarcastic comparisons with other person: translations for ‘otra que’ or ‘ser un poroto’ [closed]

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Deck as verb and the accompanying preposition

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Why are the words "mobile" and "profile" pronounced differently in American English? [closed]

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What is the meaning of "sutting "?

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Past Perfect or Simple Past When Using Since in Reported Speech? [duplicate]

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Are there other proposed translations of "aelfheres" in Beowulf than a name?

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Use of generic "one" without having to revel the gender

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"I", "I'd" and "I had" questions [duplicate]

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Are "reasons" or "rhymes" pronounced with S or Z? [duplicate]

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Word for the dust carried by wind

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What does "Orrin B. Evans" refer to in this context?

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Is "The Shining" a title with a gerund, or a regular -ing noun? [duplicate]

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serviceman / servicewoman / serviceperson etc (US)

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Confusion regarding "since" vs "for" [migrated]

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Olympic basketball terms: what does “gutted on the glass and in the paint” mean?

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Can anyone explain the meaning of "as an old fisherman used to say when I was a boy not so very long ago, ..."

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How are called the fouls made with the sole? Translation of ‘planchazo’

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Equation X is given "by" or "as"? [closed]

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The usage of the idiom "The road to hell is paved with good intentions."

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Seeking clarification or options for Snoutband [duplicate]

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Etymology of "banged-up" = "imprisoned"?

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Is "sinnate" a word? What does it mean?

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Why do Americans not say "and" when saying particular years? [closed]

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Which answer is the correct one? [duplicate]

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A word or phrase that means "picky about something they can't have"

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Is a statement considered false or nonsense (invalid), if it consists of a verb applied to a false statement? [closed]

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Which is the correct way to answer this? [duplicate]

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What does "poorer prospects" mean here? [closed]

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Is 'Ears like a Shite Hawk' an expression for someone with good hearing? [closed]

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Can I answer this question with just "no"? [migrated]


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