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The meaning of "takes two to know"

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I've just had a cup: is it correct? [closed]

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Remember myself doing something

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What is a courtesy message? [closed]

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Must + present perfect in a narration about past events

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"You have" idiom explanation

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Is "Gone to Texas" a widespread idiom?

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What is a state pair?

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Noun + Infinitive vs. Gerund + Noun

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Grammar for kick off something [duplicate]

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To make fiaunce to someone

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Meaning of "the kynge gaf hem leue for fayne wold he haue ben accorded with her"

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The meaning of "but or ever"

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What would boating be otherwise called?

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Idiom meaning diverting somebody's attention from a topic which you don't want to talk on

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Can you 'hear Jim tell about' something?

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Enter or insert into the orbit?

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Get vs grow (in the meaning become)

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Rest vs have a rest [duplicate]

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Still to be learnt [closed]

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Theirs will be a great torment

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I'm goin'-a take that right hand road

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Outdoors vs in the outdoors [closed]

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Synonyms for "big deal"

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Be going to have to [closed]

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Can circumstances arise?

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Client or the client?

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Of sorts vs A sort of

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Merrily did we drop below the kirk

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Break a leg: how common is this idiom?