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317 views

What is 'there is a God' supposed to mean?

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2 answers
287 views

The semantic role of an object of a verb

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2 answers
263 views

My bike is lost. vs My bike is stolen [closed]

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1 answer
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the accident happened a mile west of Bowes (Is 'west' an adverb?)

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4 answers
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I have so many: POS of 'many'

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4 answers
221 views

Can the second auxiliary be omitted in sentences like "...but she may (have)"?

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1 answer
205 views

Is there any 'for + NP + to-infinitive' where the NP is not the semantic subject of the infinitive?

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2 answers
178 views

I saw/looked at the girl singing on the stage

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1 answer
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Passive of 'take (good/great/sufficient/enough/not enough/little) care of'

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2 answers
157 views

...you want (to)

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1 answer
147 views

Can a noun functioning as modifier of a noun phrase fuse with the head?

2 votes
2 answers
144 views

Is 'the course' a complement or an adjunct in 'Stay the course'?

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1 answer
141 views

Is a non-restrictive relative clause a subordinate clause?

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1 answer
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They didn't object to his (being given a second chance)

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97 views

health experts foresee/predict the novel coronavirus spreading in the U.S

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1 answer
92 views

I still write a little [part of speech of 'a little']

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1 answer
90 views

She expressed the wish that God [might] bless America [closed]

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2 answers
88 views

Is the relation between the present perfect/progressive and the present time merely coincidental?

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1 answer
78 views

Is there a single adverb meaning 'in common'?

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1 answer
76 views

The construction of "verb1 or verb2" as in "win or lose"

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69 views

comma before "with"

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1 answer
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Martha has two sons, who are still at school, and two, who are at university

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1 answer
65 views

must have been vs must be [closed]

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I’m going to make sure the federal government does [what's needed to be done] in Kentucky

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in/at close quarters

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