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Grammatical error in following sentence

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"as it so happens" idiom meaning and usage

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What does “gallowdance” mean?

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Why used 'occurrence' in the sentence?

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"All in a day's work"

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Meaningless s- and f-?

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Question about subject-verb agreement

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"...that ultimately make your life." Or "...that ultimately makes your life." Which one is right?

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Can I use Partty (with double "t") instead of Party?

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The use of "had to"

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"The point is moot"

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Punctuation of reported speech within direct speech

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"A swashed H" - valid description?

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Do we have to use any article before job title?

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Difference in meaning between: “It had been wrapped up…” and “It was wrapped up…”