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[SOLVED] What happened to "You're welcome?"

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[SOLVED] Opposite of "As early as possible"

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[SOLVED] The phrase "more sharp" vs "sharper"

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[SOLVED] What does "as good as it gets" mean?

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[SOLVED] Can I say "I'm glad I was of any help"?

  • 2014-11-25 12:20:02
  • Ian Liu Rodrigues
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[SOLVED] What is happening to "Thank you"?

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[SOLVED] Is there evidence of "think tank" meaning "the brain"?

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[SOLVED] People of different age & People of different ages

  • 2015-08-21 13:31:29
  • user128024
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[SOLVED] Is there ever a time when "in order to" is good to use?

  • 2017-05-11 16:25:22
  • debbiesym
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[SOLVED] Should have went vs Should have gone

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[SOLVED] What is the meaning of the phrase 'gone are the days' and how is it used?

  • 2014-11-23 08:58:03
  • Saleem Ul Haq
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[SOLVED] despite / in spite of?

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[SOLVED] How did the "dog days of summer" enter the English language?

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[SOLVED] Is "with all due respect" now mainly used as a sarcastic expression?

  • 2017-05-13 10:30:43
  • user66974
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[SOLVED] What's the "grade" in "make the grade"?

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[SOLVED] Come around to you (yours) or come around to your place

  • 2015-02-14 10:04:22
  • user109460
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[SOLVED] *A ton* vs *tons of*

  • 2015-08-11 21:13:02
  • Benjamin Scherer
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[SOLVED] Is "humble myself" idiomatically sound?

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[SOLVED] Isn't it redundant to use "then" after "if"?

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[SOLVED] Whatever it takes / took?