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Using "that" in place of "it" as an object is not always correct. How can I explain why?

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Can "modality" mean "having modes?"

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"much of the time" vs "most of the time"

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Do you agree with these intermediate gradations between “frank” and “evasive”?

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y with respect to t

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The definite article usage with objects that have names

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Does a nominative sentence suggest that a characteristic is more of a permanent feature?

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Is there another interjection that can be used in this example?

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What's an adjective to describe the type of writing found in essays?

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What expression ironically says that something new is better or improved?

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Term for "elderly-sitter"?

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What is prefacing paragraphs with "first," "further," and "also" called?

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Word for the relation between two different generalisations

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"Dead, and never called me mother!"

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A word for both "payer" and "payee"

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Pronunciation of an acronym as a word - C as a stop or a fricative

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I need to know if I'm being called a b-word

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Does English have a word for "bunch of random things"?

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Collective term for nontechnical staff at a company?

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usage of "after" and "before"

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Is "in the briefest of moments" a good synonym for "in the twinkling of an eye"?

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Synonym for "a tuple of" time and place

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Antonym of "context"?

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Meaning or definition of "substantional"

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What is the proper preposition for this question?

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Could "extraordinary few exceptions" be correct?

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Are contractions like "didn't" forbidden in written English?

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Meaning of 'terms' in 'in rational terms'

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In what situation (if any) you would say "better play positive"?

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How to pronounce and orally spell <3?