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Greg Lee
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19 votes

Understanding the purported ambiguity in “Every boy didn’t run”

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Can't make sense of a paragraph from Lovecraft

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What's this? What is it? but not What's it? - Why?

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Comma after also at the beginning of a sentence

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"One can do his homework in the library"

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How can I prove a word is a noun?

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Is "He died himself." a correct sentence?

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a [box [of apples] ] vs [a box] [of apples]

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How did "run over him" evolve to "run him over" over the last 50 years?

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What do you call a rope you set to return to an original point?

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Is "Whom should I give this job to?" grammatically correct?

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Usage of cotton

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What is the difference between 'until' and 'up until'?

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Can you hear the difference between 'Writer' and 'Rider'? Why?

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Is "programming" not a noun?

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Can a sentence have two ing-verbs in a row?

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Are all billionaires also millionaires?

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Should "gerund + objective" be modified by adjectives or adverbs?

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What part of speech is 'say' ? If I were, say, to use it?

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Mimsy were the Borogoves - why is "mimsy" an adjective?

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A Question About Quantifier Shift for "each of you" to "you each"

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L in the middle of a word: dark l or light l?

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Why does "stigmata" [often] have penult stress?

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Singular or plural in “between the 17ᵗʰ and the early 20ᵗʰ century/centuries”?

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What is the tense used in a phrase such as "He is trapped"?

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Is "door" the direct object of "The cat ran out the door"?

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Why do we have "anxiousness", but not "frightenness"?

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Should the IPA of the word "conscious" be /ˈkɑːnʃəs/ or /ˈkɑːntʃəs/?

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Possible positions for the word currently

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Is there a word for a name/term that has multiple words that means other than what the individual words imply?

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