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Indranil Bar
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11 votes
5 answers
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Hear Me Roar Vs Hear Me Roaring? [duplicate]

4 votes
2 answers
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What is the difference between "doing something" and "on doing something"?

3 votes
1 answer
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Are “Get” or “Grasp” stative or dynamic verbs?

3 votes
1 answer
35k views

When to use choose over, between, among and from? [closed]

2 votes
2 answers
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Does "Who sings it?" express the habitual present or the present of immediacy?

2 votes
4 answers
954 views

The boy is coming singing

2 votes
2 answers
116 views

Why not "that hears disgusting" [duplicate]

1 vote
1 answer
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"Came to me dim" vs "came dim to me"

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0 answers
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"Away'' Adjective Or Adverb? [duplicate]

1 vote
2 answers
554 views

Why "Present Simple Tense" not ''Present Perfect Tense''? [duplicate]

1 vote
0 answers
67 views

What Types Of Infinitives Are These?

1 vote
2 answers
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Why is "banging his nose" possible but "answering the phone'' not possible?

1 vote
1 answer
8k views

What is the difference between 'Here comes the bus' and 'the bus is coming'? [closed]

0 votes
1 answer
997 views

"Want to see my mother smile" vs "Want to see my mother smiling"

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3 answers
101 views

Stack all the firewood today vs get all the firewood stacked today

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2 answers
573 views

Present participle with Simple Present tense [duplicate]

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2 answers
3k views

Why don't you play? vs. Why are you not playing? [closed]

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1 answer
151 views

The Guy Next Door Shoveling Snow Or The Guy Shoveling Snow?

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1 answer
551 views

What is the difference between "recognize" and "hereby recognize"? [closed]

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1 answer
6k views

What do you think about <this><that>?

0 votes
1 answer
609 views

How To Determine "Adjective" Or " Adverb" After The Noun? [closed]

-1 votes
2 answers
2k views

Why are "Verbs of bodily sensation (e.g. feel, hurt, ache) used in simple or progressive tenses

-1 votes
1 answer
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I can see her <run><running> slowly [closed]