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Past participle or adjective?

1 vote

What is "with the larger group being the first to flee" called?

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"A modifier in clause structure" — Is it possible to understand by this phrase what head the modifier modifies?

2 votes

Why does the phrase "as a mapping out of a..." work?

6 votes

What part of speech is 'really' when it is spoken in a sentence on its own?

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What does "I like 'em firm and well covered," meaning?

3 votes

"the girl with the red dress on" — What licenses the preposition "on"? What does it function as?

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In "stick something on", is "on" an adverb or a preoposition?

2 votes

Is it grammatically correct to say "I dislike people who don't "think important" their birthdays or anyone else's?

2 votes
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"As a [noun]" followed by mismatching subject

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"as" and the subject

3 votes

Clauses in wh-cleft sentences

1 vote

Usage of 'Seems' in Sentence as Verb

5 votes

What is "bends" in "Barely even friends, then somebody bends" (Beauty and the Beast)?

1 vote

range without the preposition "to"

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"That promised land for which he was to prepare, but scarcely to enter" - why is this wrong rather than awkward?

2 votes

Can a catenative complement be a predicative complement?

2 votes

Should the expression "to treat people with dignity" be,instead "to accord dignity to people"?

2 votes

How to use the word alive as an adjective in a sentence?

4 votes

Does the part of speech of "said" differ between dialects?

3 votes

Can I omit "to" in infinitives as object?

2 votes

How can the preterite in the second clause place its event BEFORE that of the past perfect’s event in the first clause?

4 votes

What is the object of this sentence?

59 votes
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Is English really a non-tonal language?

2 votes
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Prepositional phrases next to adjectives

1 vote

Is "pending" a postpositive adjective?

0 votes

Which punctuation is best for connecting the latter longer clause in this sentence, or is the comma splice okay?

1 vote
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cause + noun + to infinitive

1 vote

An annoyingly technical question about right nonce-constituent coordination in Huddleston & Pullum (2002)

2 votes

Is "I gave a hundred dollars to my father, and she did so to her father" grammatical?

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