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It is + demonstrative pronoun these

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"How to [...]?" and "Where to [...]?" Questions that are not questions. Is this defensible?

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Glad to hear it / this / that - are all of these correct?

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How to quote material that ends sections with semicolons

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Is it correct to say "a weapon with 1 meter of length"?

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Word that means "annoyingly sheepish"

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Single word for when an Archer is pulling back a bow

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Difference between "per" and "per given"

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What is the difference between the two sentences? (Have you been ... before? AND have you ever been...?)

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"Don't give me with the scruples!"

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Word for compound event: "At least one of these events will happen"

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Homeschooling in a daily routine

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Need help distinguishing auxiliary 'be' vs main verb phrase 'be'

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nominal adjective or noun?

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Can someone please explain to me the difference between those two sentences

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Can you say two nouns are in apposition if the second one only refers to part of the first?

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What is one word for describing the feeling when you are "overwhelmed" from eating something rich or too sweet

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when say: she's gone, which one is correct: she is gone or she has gone

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reduction of that clause

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To harbour as a verb

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Identifying the antecedent of an integrated(restrictive) relative clause

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Is this even correct?

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Do I need to repeat a verb in a second clause?

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what does X mean vs what does it mean X

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They won hundreds of dollars; five hundreds to be precise!

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Meaning of "bareback"

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Circle "with radius" vs. "of radius"

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nested if clauses

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Is it alright to use logical punctuation?

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"Be going to" is Future Simple?