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Time of day between morning and noon

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Meaning of sentence "People you are social distancing with"

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An adverb for when you're not exaggerating

4 votes

What is a group of dragonflies?

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Why "somebody stop me" instead of "somebody stops me" which is grammatically correct?

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Born - an adjective/verb/passive voice

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A word to refer to the user who has already logged in and is using the application?

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I have gone shopping or I went shopping

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an idiom for "I really love"

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What is a noun corresponding to "well-known"?

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What tense is "He would never see her again"?

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Why is there a subject-verb agreement exception with "rent" in "Hannah recommended that Sasha rent"?

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Is "many" grammatically viable in front of plural-only nouns?

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Omitting 'it is' or 'they are' after 'because'?

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Does the “a” of “I'ma” extend to other pronouns?

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hear sb do / hear sb doing, what's the difference

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Present perfect with 'in the last 10 days'

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Is "this last year" proper English?

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Why does this contraction sound wrong?

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Why do we use past perfect instead of past tense here?

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Present Perfect tense in combination with 'for/in/since'

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What tense is "I could have played tennis."?

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"had rained" or "was raining"?

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How do you determine if a pre-modifying past participle is a verb or an adjective?

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Word for a laptop or desktop, but not a smartphone or tablet

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Can, could, or be able to in a B1 question

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Why do conditional sentences with "would have had to" have an extra "had" in them?

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Usage and explanation of "no more ... than"

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something the matter (strange word order: indefinite pronoun + noun)

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Why does "I wake up in the morning." sound better than "I wake up in morning"?