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16 votes

What do you call a sick person who is lying in bed?

12 votes

Can you say "and so, he was deserved of his sorry fate"?

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How did *Old* English transform into *Middle* English so quickly?

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Use of plural of "breakfast"

11 votes

Odd British pluperfect subjunctive construction?

11 votes

proper usage of didn't had or didnt have

10 votes

What's the difference between the infinitive, bare infinitive and base form?

10 votes

Is it correct to use an apostrophe to indicate something that belongs to an object?

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Why do people use ‘should’ in “It’s funny you should say that”?

8 votes

What does "peak and pine" mean in this ballad?

8 votes

word or phrase for a smell that sparks nebulous memories of times or places past

7 votes

Silent letters in English

7 votes

Why do some people say "v" as "w"?

7 votes

prepositions - "increase of" vs "increase in"

6 votes

How to say fractions like "7/8" or "546/823"

6 votes

In what order should you say people's names?

5 votes

Past Perfect Continuous vs. Past Continuous

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Does this sentence require a comma somewhere?

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How to remember the difference between: "Can you try to open" and "Can you try opening"?

4 votes

Reported speech - questions

4 votes

Why is it called zero conditional?

4 votes

How to reply when someone says "How dare you do it"

4 votes

"which day is Friday" vs. "what day is Friday"

4 votes

Night do? What does it mean?

4 votes

Is "agnostic" an appropriate substitute for "indifferent"?

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If the rule states an infinitive follows the verb "want", why is "I don't want you worrying" correct?

3 votes

Is "geometry" plural or singular?

3 votes

How to say that the two dates in two different calendars coincide?

3 votes

Is it wrong to use 'not" in sentences that have an “all…not” form

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What's the oral address of "fellow student"?