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6 votes
4 answers
315 views

Constructions of the form 'He has committed I don't know how many crimes.'

5 votes
1 answer
328 views

"She got used to that her life had changed" - Can a preposition take a content clause as complement?

4 votes
2 answers
280 views

Why are comparative adjectives used here, with the definite article? "...a hatred, the deeper for being concealed..."

3 votes
1 answer
532 views

'Now' as a preposition or conjunction

3 votes
1 answer
100 views

Indirect complement or extraposed subject?

3 votes
2 answers
1k views

Which part of speech do compass directions (north, south, etc.) belong to?

3 votes
1 answer
1k views

Is 'though' a preposition or a conjunction?

3 votes
0 answers
57 views

Question on the semantic role of objects licensed by verbs indicating prevention

3 votes
0 answers
118 views

English equivalent of German da- constructions

3 votes
2 answers
73 views

The use of 'with' phrases in a conditional sense

2 votes
0 answers
51 views

'On board' as a complex PP

2 votes
3 answers
112 views

Noun phrases within other noun phrases

2 votes
2 answers
72 views

Purpose of 'it'

2 votes
1 answer
48 views

Meaning of 'whether' [closed]

1 vote
2 answers
262 views

Function of genitive

1 vote
2 answers
78 views

Question on the use of 'but'

1 vote
0 answers
127 views

Grammatical function of 'however' [closed]

1 vote
2 answers
197 views

Bare infinitive or present participle? [closed]

1 vote
4 answers
104 views

Question on 'especially'

1 vote
2 answers
61 views

Purpose of conditional in context

1 vote
1 answer
69 views

Purpose of partitive

1 vote
0 answers
84 views

Semantic role of temporal object

1 vote
1 answer
149 views

What part of speech do ordinal numerals belong to? [closed]

1 vote
3 answers
465 views

Monotransitive verbs that take an indirect object

1 vote
1 answer
79 views

Semantic role of subject of 'refuse' [closed]

0 votes
3 answers
325 views

'It is time you cleaned your room'

0 votes
1 answer
50 views

Can prepositions have a dual function as complement of a verb and a dependent of an NP?

0 votes
2 answers
418 views

'More than I could have hoped for'

0 votes
1 answer
72 views

Question on the use of the definite article

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0 answers
25 views

Question on prepositional constructions