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[SOLVED] Present perfect for past action with present effect

  • 2012-02-13 01:00:01
  • Noah
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[SOLVED] Omitting "and" in a sentence

  • 2011-03-11 14:19:41
  • The English Chicken
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[SOLVED] Can “due to” and “because of ” be used interchangeably?

  • 2010-12-23 11:09:56
  • Tragicomic
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  • Tags:   grammar word-choice

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[SOLVED] Why do we say "It's time we ate" and not "It's time we eat"?

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[SOLVED] Why do some adjectives follow the nouns they modify?

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[SOLVED] "I didn't realize it was him."

  • 2013-08-01 21:37:10
  • John Dibling
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[SOLVED] Why use "need not" instead of "do not need to"?

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[SOLVED] "I'm well" vs. "I'm good" vs. "I'm doing well", etc

  • 2010-08-13 00:37:53
  • Edward Tanguay
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