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Identify the position of the noun that the adjective modifies

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Would the slang version, yessir, of yes, sir, be deemed as derogatory, offensive, or simply disrespectful to someone your senior?

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Had rather; grammar explanation

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usage of "after" and "before"

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"from where I hail" vs "where I hail from"

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is the phrase "something is tops" grammatically correct?

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Infinitive phrase

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Use of "to" in "updates to come"/"more to follow"

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Can you use "same" without "the"?

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What is the part of speech of "home" in the sentence "Go home."?

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Comma sense: Grammar and Usage Case

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Is saying "X allows anything to happen without any restriction" the same as saying "According to X anything can happen without any restriction"

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