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Karlomanio
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Why does "there's" work as a contraction for plural items?

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Which is more correct? Plenty of room or Plenty of rooms

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to + present tense use

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implied subject within a noun clause

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How would pretty be classified in this sentence

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Is the infinitive form of verb a true verb?

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'Advised me to..' vs 'Advised me that I..'

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Looking for a breakdown of this sentence relating to (I think) relative/essential/non-essential clauses

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Is the sentence “While i was traveling i had seen beautiful buildings.” ungrammatical?

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The passive voice of ''apply''

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What is the term for a word which has the meaning changed to its opposite?

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What is the difference between contraction and elision?

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How to differentiate between "a clause" and "a question"?

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Might be OR Might have been

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Word for personality that mimics their past inferiority/subordination

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Is "welcome home" a complete sentence?

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Function of object of preposition

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The continuative and non-continuative readings of the perfect form (have + past participle)

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If I was vs. if I were - which is correct and why?

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Why do people tend to use negation of negative statement

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'Starting' in March [participle or preposition]

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"will" for future plans (+ specific time involved - day, date, hour)

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Which preposition "at" or "of" to use in this case?

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A person or large groupe of people who came in my city from another city and stayed to find work or just to live but they are not really welcome

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Reconciling the singular and plural in a title

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Can the mentioned verb be in a bare infinitive form?

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Eye-related phrase or idiom for seeing too many good things

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Can I use "although" at the beginning of a paragraph?

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Comparative or superlative adjective?

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Applying a verb to two subjects