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Sentences beginning with "so"?

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How do you pronounce "GUI"?

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How do you spell wifi / Wi-Fi / WiFi?

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What’s the meaning of ‘go on’ here?

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Is "Thanks" a complete sentence?

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"Have this been" or "Had this been" provided

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Polite way to refuse to answer a question

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Meaning of "precise-looking"

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How do you correctly say large numbers

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Which one is correct to say: "It's me" or "It's I"?

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Is the expression, “the difficulty Perry has had planting doubts” about Romney right?

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Is the phrase "large number core machine" correct?

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A phrase like "Good effort!"

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If a high attrition rate is observed in a workforce, how do you state it as a characteristic of a generalized individual? Highly Mobile?

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What does "Subject to" + verb mean?

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"Into" vs "in to"

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Can I say "Draw a triangle around the strawberry"?

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What date range is being referred to when someone says {date} is in the first week of {month}?

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Where to use "!", ";", "`"

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How do you parse a sentence containing only "buffalo" n times for different values of n?

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Using "TM" for trademarked term - every time or just once?

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Does "up to [date]" include the end date? What about date ranges ("the week of...")?

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What are alternative expressions being taken place with “pull off the upset”?

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Adjective/adverb that means "seemingly clever, but actually foolish"

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Difference between “thesis” and “dissertation”

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In which way is /dɑːtə/ more formal than /deɪtə/?

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Can "Can you, please, help me" be followed by "as to which"?

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Is there a difference between "leading edge" and "bleeding edge"?

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A single word that means "to push yourself"