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B Faley
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87 votes
25 answers
11k views

How to read “E = (mc)²” so as not to mistake for “E = mc²”

34 votes
7 answers
141k views

"I can't seem to" vs "I can't"

25 votes
5 answers
94k views

"How dare you" vs "How do you dare"

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6 answers
6k views

Why is "afford" always accompanied with "can"?

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Pronunciation of plural form of words ending in "-th"

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5 answers
380k views

Which one is more appropriate to use: "send you" or "send to you"?

13 votes
4 answers
93k views

What's the exact usage of "that of"

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4 answers
76k views

Asking about the date on which something happens using "effective"

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1 answer
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What's the difference between "rise" and "arise"

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1 answer
519 views

What's the meaning of "stained with a blue bag" in this text?

9 votes
4 answers
114k views

How to refer to an apartment on a specific floor?

9 votes
7 answers
236k views

A word meaning someone who can speak well to influence people

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3 answers
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Is "update" transitive or intransitive?

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1 answer
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Usage of "more than" before a verb

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4 answers
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Changing Noun to Adjective using "of"

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4 answers
3k views

"Playing upstairs" vs. "Playing home"

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3 answers
34k views

How is "I have come" + infinitive different from Present Perfect?

6 votes
5 answers
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What's the equivalent of "what the hell are you doing?" in a negative sentence?

5 votes
1 answer
352 views

How to pronounce "undoes"?

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4 answers
1k views

Is any utterance in English used only by men or only by women?

5 votes
6 answers
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Using "present perfect" for things that happen in future

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1 answer
75k views

"On the way home" — "to" preposition [duplicate]

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2 answers
4k views

What does "apostrophe s" stand for in "What's it all mean"?

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4 answers
44k views

How to refer to a period of time?

4 votes
2 answers
1k views

You are all "but" forced to do something instead of something else

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2 answers
1k views

When to use "hit" instead of "go"

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3 answers
33k views

"I am gonna have to" vs. "I have to"

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1 answer
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Pronunciation of letters "g" and "c" in blend words

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2k views

Long subjects in indirect questions

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1 answer
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"more" is to "less" as "er" is to what?