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OneProton
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Origin/meaning of "burninate"

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How should I ask for a bill in a restaurant politely?

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Which is right, "bananas and apples" or "apples and bananas" or both?

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"Your" vs. "you're": Why the confusion?

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What is a word called that has more than one syllable?

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Which is correct: "prefer X to Y" or "prefer X over Y"?

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Why do words like "expectorate" sound more posh than words like "spit"?

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What is the proper use of [square brackets] in quotes?

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What does "I know, right?" mean?

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Is there a real difference between "null" and "zero"?

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Alternative to "maze" as a description for Pacman's environment?

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Based vs Located

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"turn them all off" or "turn all them off"?

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"A tax is a tax is a tax." What does this sentence mean?

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What's the word Copyright and `(C)' mean?

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Can a sentence start with "Because"?

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Do most languages need more space than English?

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When should the word "God" be capitalized?

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What words are commonly mispronounced by literate people who read them before they heard them?

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What will "this country" refer to after mentioning a foreign state?

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"Toy for your kid" or "Toy for your kids" as you don't know how many kids they have?

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Why does "under the sea" mean "in the sea"?

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alternatives for "guy"

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The place where the railroad crosses the road

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"is under" vs "be under"

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Should you always use the accent in foreign words like "résumé"?

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Is it correct to say "on accident" instead of "by accident"?

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"Email" or "e-mail"?

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Should we use plural or singular for a fraction of a mile?

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Why does Britain use "Way Out" rather than "Exit"?