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Simple Past vs. Present Perfect: "was" vs. "has been"

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Does "girlfriend" or "boyfriend" always indicate partnership?

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What is the name for the inverse of an aphorism

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Are there popular English sayings to express “Big fuss, tiny result”?

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What is the similar meaning proverb in English?

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Difference between 'decided on' and 'decided to'?

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Expression for someone who doesn't like to eat

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Can a group of books be one of the best-selling books in the nation?

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"would love/like to" usage?

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Is "fair-skinned" politically correct?

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Is there a female equivalent for "my good sir"?

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What's a word for "to eliminate the need for"?

9 votes

Is there a term for grammatical mistakes as a result of trying too hard?

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Word for when something wrong is made to seem normal because it is common?

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If he is still alive today, he…

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Does "neath" have any standalone meaning?

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Should I put myself last? "me and my friends" vs. "my friends and me" or "my friends and I"

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Can early riser used in a similar way as early bird?

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Should I use a pronoun in the second sentence?

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Vulgar way of saying "he killed himself"

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Difference between 'taken back' and 'taken aback'

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Name for that sound you make with pursed lips

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How to pronounce acronyms and initialisms with apostrophes?

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Antonym of manufacturing

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Does the fragment "almost impossible to underestimate" make this sentence illogical?

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Difference between "think of" and "think about"

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Wrong usage of “myself ”, or just putting emphasis on “me”?

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Idiom, word, or expression meaning an easy-to-do task

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Meaning of "we are poised on the brink of dramatic changes"

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Hire an employee (a consultant)?

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