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Why is it "dog eat dog"?

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Idiom for something that a person does that further bolsters your belief about something

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Why do we use past perfect instead of past tense here?

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Word for a baby who was birthed by parents who were considerably older

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The plurality of “a few”

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Any difference between these two (Present or Present Cont.)

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What's the meaning of this? [closed]

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Are they both correct?

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Singular or Plural (has/have vs was/were)? [duplicate]

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Difference in Negative forms( also Archaic English)

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Vikings( they'd had)

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Is subjunctive usage justified here?

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Why are there these instances of zero articles with countable nouns? ("of a" construction)

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"Should" or just past tense?

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The window or a window?

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Newspapers or the newspapers?

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How to report when having a Future Perfect introductory clause? [closed]

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Am I correct with this line of reasoning? (would/would have) [closed]

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Which article to use and why?

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Is this even correct?

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What are the "fine" differences in these lines and how not to get confused when thinking about them?

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Can I use x times big than?

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Is there really a tense-concord in English?