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Why isn't "Enterprise" spelt "Enterprize" in US English?

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Ending a sentence with a preposition?

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Why isn’t singular ‘they’ used with 3Sg verb forms?

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Why is the spelling of rhythm so exceptional?

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be pleasured to do something?

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Looking for an idiom regarding trust

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What does the phrase "to die for good" mean?

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What is the name of the "agency" fallacy?

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What word to use when you don't want to eat more food?

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Why use an indefinite article in “It’s a hot and uncomfortable 33 degrees”?

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The meeting IS TO take place at 10 pm

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Was the blue screen of death ever just a blue screen?

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His "get-up-and-go" is likely to have "got-up-and-gone" Any hidden meaning in this comment?

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Anglicized plural and zero plural

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Get/Set and Got/?

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"Tightly connected to" or "Highly connected to"

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"a house" or "the house"?

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the contract reflected all the tiny details?

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build up and trade you

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Using do not and don't (I do not think of it)

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“Not only . . . but (also)” correlative conjunction question

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About 'wh' questions with prepositions

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How to remember the 6 most common grammatical cases?

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Proper placement of "exactly"?

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Can 'Often' be categorised as quantifier(Determiner)?

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What does the phrase "get someone to move" mean in this context?

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Should there be a 'do' here? - "Trying to figure out what (do) I enjoy doing."

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How is it that "to result" is intransitive?

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In "losing weight" and "gaining weight," are "losing" and "gaining" gerunds or adjectives?

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Identify an adjective