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F.E.
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Is "Is it a girl or a boy?" really calling the infant an "it"?

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"Which one is you?" vs "Which one are you?"

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"There Is"/"There are" depends on plurality of the first list element or not?

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He died [as?] a broken man

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How is "Can anyone tell me how can I solve this" wrong?

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"I didn't know you liked her" or "I didn't know you like her"

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"He didn't know where New Jersey was"

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Is "many a times" correct?

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What is the correct verb that follows "as well as?"

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"This is allowed", is this passive voice?

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Behave as if it was or it were

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Unnecessary pronouns: "The President he issued..."

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Can I say "Coming!" for "I am coming!", and why?

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How would you describe the semantic phenomenon that allows this joke?

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"Put me in touch with whomever created it"?

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When can one omit "that" from a sentence?

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Why is “I am finished” the Passive Voice?

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Using past tense when referencing a still-true fact

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Is this usage of 'nor' correct?

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Are "kinda", "sorta", "oughta" and "sposta" acceptable in formal writing?

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Comma after address

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Is it ordinary to use “between” for selection among two or more things?

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Which verbs apart from the pure copula follow the existential 'there'?

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Is it correct to use two present participles sequentially?

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A or An in "a (relatively) obscure meaning"?

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What kind of inversion is this? "Out come the pocket calculators"

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How to tell if an adjective is attributive or predicative [EFL context]?

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"shyer" or "shier"

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Between you and ("me" or "I")?

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Is dropping the verb "was" an option?

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