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"It worths it", "it worth it" or "it is worth it"?

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Meaning of “give a pony”

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"At/on (the) weekend(s)"

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Is there a word for "extreme feminism"?

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"Don't I know you" vs. "do I know you"

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Is “of ” necessary in “all of ”?

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Is there a name for someone who owes a debt?

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Is there a single word that means 'adding more details' or 'enriching with information'

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"When all you hear is fear and lies"

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What does the expression "we are looking to you" mean?

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What does "pink primates" mean?

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Meaning of art in this context

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Usage of the word "nemesis"

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Usage / examples of "of which"

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Is a comma necessary in "What’s funny, is …"?

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Collective nouns and subject-verb agreement: general rule or arbitrary, looking at 'police' specifically?

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Which is correct (if any): "please let me know what do you think"? or "please let me know what you think"?

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Difference between venture and adventure

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"It would be better if you drink/drank all the water"

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Excusing oneself

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Is this correct: "Water will be being drunk by Michael"?

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word meaning 'in large numbers'

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Is there a single word for 'scaring a person for sake of fun'?

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“Spent time for training” vs. “spent time on training” vs. “spent time on training of ”

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Can the verb "wish + that clause" express open possibility?

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one word for one who is not really a photographer but with more interest in it?

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"for" or "because"?

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Can you say "Why Tom let Katie win"

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Why is the progressive form used here?

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"Weekdays" used as an adverb

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