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111k views

What is the difference between "in" and "within"?

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2 answers
56k views

Meaning and usage of "be of"

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3 answers
177k views

Why to use "May" before using "May God bless you"?

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3 answers
139k views

What is the meaning of "way better" [closed]

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3 answers
10k views

Did the word "evolution" exist before Darwinism?

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2 answers
21k views

"Inside" or "inside of"

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4 answers
48k views

"Make money off of" vs. "make money out of"

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2 answers
12k views

"Keys to car" or "keys of car"

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6 answers
93k views

What does "Subject to" + verb mean?

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9 answers
4k views

What's the word for "doing useless things while you don't have anything to do"?

4 votes
7 answers
13k views

"Exhibition" or "exhibit"

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1 answer
347 views

"Multimedia" or "media" for menu name [closed]

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4 answers
7k views

Be careful for what you eat or Be careful what you eat

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2 answers
10k views

"Heard of anything" or "heard anything"

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6 answers
20k views

What's the double hyphen after greetings in emails?

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1 answer
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Calling Method or Called Method? [closed]

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3 answers
5k views

How to form sentences starting with "it"

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1 answer
2k views

"Heat up" or "heat"

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2 answers
3k views

Is "grab" an informal way of saying "learn"?

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2 answers
31k views

Polite way of calling someone for help

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4 answers
773 views

"Be able to," "can" in reduced relative pronouns

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3 answers
5k views

Can "off" and "from" be used interchangeably? [closed]

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1 answer
10k views

Using "of" and "about" interchangeably

2 votes
1 answer
131 views

"For IE (to) render them"

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0 answers
110 views

if or should to ask possibility? [duplicate]

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1 answer
28k views

Meaning of "What else is new"

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2 answers
41k views

"Ask me anything" and "Ask anything to me"

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1 answer
1k views

"Description to follow"

2 votes
4 answers
3k views

Use of "compensate" to mean "help pay cost"

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3k views

When a car stops working, is it "crashed" or "broken"?