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Antony Quinn
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Should there be a space before a percent sign?

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Which is correct: "you and I" or "you and me"?

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"In order to...", "To..." or "For..."

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Female Actor or Actress

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Is there an online sample sentence database or search engine?

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Is "pain" a noun or a verb?

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"Undistinguishable" vs. "indistinguishable"

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What is the *best* way to express that an email contains an attachment?

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Which one is correct, "best wishes to you" or "best wishes for you"?

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Are these garden path sentences grammatically correct?

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What is a good way to refer to stories that are meant for adults?

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Which would be correct: "outputs" or "puts out"?

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How do I pronounce Gaudí, the architect?

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Idiom for saying "You are making someone go mad/angry."

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Genetic Relatives

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Why do we use 'up' as adverbs for verbs?

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Contraction for 'are' with nouns

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Expressing an opinion: to me or for me?

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What is the origin of "Couldn't hit a cow's arse with a banjo"?

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Plural of an initialism that ends with the letter S

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When denoting a company name, followed by a strap line, what punctuation mark should I use?

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Has the Tangier island accent truly remained unchanged since the Elizabethan period?

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When did it become correct to add an “s” to a singular possessive already ending in “‑s”?

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What are the most common tense mistakes made in English?

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Pairs in common idioms/phrases

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"Taiwan visa" or "Taiwanese visa"?

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High School learning address

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How dangerous is the acceptance of common usage on traditional English?

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Use of the word "praxis"?

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