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Is the em dash appropriate in place of a comma?

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Should repeated words after an ellipsis be capitalized?

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Which "bra" came first?

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Why keep useless diacritics?

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Gerund or Infinitive after an adjective

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Verb *leave* and an unusual copular construction?

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How can I express the shape of a leg of an ant? Abrupt change of direction?

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Word for a person or entity who is permitted by society to do bad/greedy things because they have been charitable

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Looking for a word that describes a text as ‘having too much useless information’

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Word for a person or entity who is permitted by society to do bad/greedy things because they have been charitable

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Present perfect question and past simple question

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'They told me that I will/would not be employed from Monday.' Which is correct?

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Synonym for blindly, without worry

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What word means "change in wealth over time?"

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In what sense is the “call" in “call for" intransitive

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How do I refer to a work rather than the authors with an APA citation?

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Can "rightly" be used as an adjective?

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Is there a comma splice AND is this a restrictive or nonrestrictive clause?

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Confusion with parallelism in verb tenses

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Is "homework" countable?

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had vs no had - what is the difference

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Is the adverb "of course" capitalized in the title of an article or story?

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lie vs fabricate. When to use which one in what situation?

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Why don't we say "We're going eating"?

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Are adjectives and adverbs just collapsed version of adjuncts?

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'Day' as a preposition

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Word for a statement which would not be true in the future?

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What is the distinction between verbs like "to regard/concern" and prepositions like "regarding", "concerning", "about"?

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the only way is if~

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Can one use the expression "[feel/experience/...] dissonance [... with]" to express antipathy?

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