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37 votes
9 answers
214k views

"have" vs."have got" in American and British English

29 votes
7 answers
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Idiom for 'person who gets violent when drunk"

22 votes
3 answers
119k views

"Point to" and "point at"

16 votes
4 answers
198k views

"Catch" vs "Take" a Bus/Train

15 votes
6 answers
20k views

British and American most common term for rubber/eraser shavings

12 votes
2 answers
40k views

originate + from / with / in / as

10 votes
3 answers
92k views

"shyer" or "shier"

10 votes
5 answers
34k views

Viewpoint vs. Point of view

9 votes
3 answers
3k views

Does 'Belvedere' mean the same as 'viewpoint'?

9 votes
12 answers
4k views

To dislike someone while acting like you get on/along

8 votes
8 answers
26k views

Is "walk on foot" acceptable?

8 votes
3 answers
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Satan - when did the word come into every day use?

8 votes
4 answers
12k views

Is 'many' used in positive sentences or not?

7 votes
3 answers
23k views

Second name or Surname in British English

7 votes
3 answers
44k views

'I hope it rains' or 'I hope it will rain'

7 votes
5 answers
71k views

If the rule is "such (a) + adj. + noun", why is "such fun" correct?

7 votes
1 answer
595 views

When did '&' stop being taught alongside the alphabet? [duplicate]

6 votes
6 answers
4k views

One verb to replace 'be a member of' a club

6 votes
4 answers
2k views

expression to say that one 'goes around a rule' to avoid it while not breaking it

6 votes
2 answers
5k views

An argument between lovers

6 votes
2 answers
5k views

"what hair colour have you got?" or "what colour hair have you got?"

5 votes
2 answers
5k views

To browse a shop or to browse in a shop

5 votes
2 answers
273 views

Translating a text that requires 'T-V distinction'

4 votes
2 answers
4k views

must vs have to: British usage and academic rules

4 votes
1 answer
641 views

Reported Speech: preference for using that after say/tell

3 votes
3 answers
695 views

a short phrase for 'exert strength with the hand'

3 votes
1 answer
37k views

"nervous about" and "nervous of"

3 votes
2 answers
9k views

Would you say 'yes, neither do I' / 'yes, me neither'? [duplicate]

3 votes
3 answers
1k views

Bank cards: the same as debit card, or catch-all for debit and credit card?

3 votes
2 answers
25k views

Comparisons: "so [adjective/adverb] as" or "as [adjective/adverb] as"