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This tag is for questions about choosing the best word FROM A GIVEN SELECTION for a particular context or meaning. The selection to choose from must appear in the question. If you do not know the word already, use single-word-requests.

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Normally the word following "wonder" is a question word, and the word following "imagine" is "that." I wonder what he will say; I imagine that he will say yes. I wonder where my wallet is; I imagine t …
answered Jan 13 '17 by Chaim
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I’m not sure I understand what you’re saying about these two words (been and gone), so I’d like to start the discussion all over. All of the following expressions are possible. Adam has been (or “h …
answered Jun 16 '17 by Chaim
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Both are possible. "I feel my heart go boom" is parallel to "I see him go," "I hear it ring," etc., where the last verb (in each example) is an infinitive. "I feel my heart goes boom" is parallel to …
answered Jun 12 '17 by Chaim