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Is "Most of it's in English" normal English?

4 votes

How should I understand this sentence?

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Why "horseback riding" and not simply "horse riding"?

3 votes

What does "kind of sums things up” mean?

3 votes

What does ‘Train-wreck style’ mean?

3 votes

Is 'verbiage' still considered to be insulting?

3 votes

Do Americans leave the ordinal suffix out of dates?

2 votes

Dialog with an ok and cancel button

2 votes

What's another way of saying "supposed to graduate in 2013"?

2 votes

Alternative phrase/term for 'middle men'

2 votes

"Principal" or "principle"

1 vote

What determines whether a numerical prefix is allowable for a unit?

1 vote

How to express that one is making the conversation long for fun

1 vote

Word to describe this specific kind of irrational reasoning

1 vote

What does the grave accent mark on words mean?

1 vote

Does one apply "to university" or "to a university"?

1 vote

Do listeners understand different adjective orders?

0 votes

Is there a UK/US difference in the usage of in/to + verb (for example, "this tool helps in dealing with this/to deal with this")?

0 votes

Clause following 'as same as'

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Why is there a "one" before "hundred", "thousand", etc. but not "ten"?

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Which article would be correct in this instance?

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Commas after Conjunctions

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"Dark of the Moon"