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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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I've looked up in my Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary and New Oxford American Dictionary, it turns out that the difference (if any) between "protest sth" and "protest against sth" looks very hard …
asked Apr 25 '13 by Andy Cheng
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She thinks that he's on a diet, ______? Can anyone tell me which question tag best fills in the above blank? Should it be "doesn't she?", or "isn't he?" I'd like to stick to the usual affirmativ …
asked May 17 '17 by Andy Cheng
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How would you explain the differences between using "for example" and "just to name a few" in the following multiple choice: Your smartphone might give you a wake up call, send you emails, help yo …
asked May 2 '13 by Andy Cheng