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"Oh, did you now?"
Added on 28th Jan 2005 | 494 Votes
Added on 26th Jan 2005 | 337 Votes
"What a lovely surprise to finally discover how unlonely being alone can be." Douglas Coupland
Added on 26th Jan 2005 | 365 Votes
Value for money
Added on 15th Jan 2005 | 360 Votes
Please turn the air conditioning off ____ leaving the room.
Added on 9th Jan 2005 | 642 Votes
Either Geoff or I ____ to go there.
Added on 3rd Jan 2005 | 497 Votes
Added on 1st Jan 2005 | 429 Votes
She's rather old-fashioned and ____.
Added on 26th Dec 2004 | 416 Votes
She ____ out a student loan to pay her university fees.
Added on 24th Dec 2004 | 432 Votes
What would you do if you were at a nice outdoor café and someone sitting next to you ______ smoking?
Added on 22nd Dec 2004 | 482 Votes
He's ____than clever.
Added on 20th Dec 2004 | 468 Votes
Added on 20th Dec 2004 | 411 Votes
The magician sawed his assistant...
Added on 19th Dec 2004 | 378 Votes
Act now while it's fresh ____ your mind.
Added on 14th Dec 2004 | 632 Votes
However, few doubt that any more biological treasures await discovery in remote regions.
Added on 9th Dec 2004 | 265 Votes
It's okay to use "impact" as a verb.
Added on 4th Dec 2004 | 971 Votes
Two beers is my ____.
Added on 4th Dec 2004 | 432 Votes
A ____ of badgers
Added on 3rd Dec 2004 | 441 Votes
What ____ become of them?
Added on 3rd Dec 2004 | 457 Votes
"The place of slang is in real life." H.W. Fowler
Added on 2nd Dec 2004 | 338 Votes
It's a quiet, untouristed temple.
Added on 28th Nov 2004 | 334 Votes
I like salt in soup, but not too much.
Added on 17th Nov 2004 | 471 Votes
The passive voice is more common in ____ English.
Added on 14th Nov 2004 | 443 Votes
Is human nature constant?
Added on 12th Nov 2004 | 370 Votes
____ I help you?
Added on 10th Nov 2004 | 891 Votes
I still think that if it is legal, more people would use it.
Added on 2nd Nov 2004 | 438 Votes
Added on 30th Oct 2004 | 305 Votes
Added on 29th Oct 2004 | 404 Votes
An artist's impression of how 'Flores Man' ____ have looked.
Added on 28th Oct 2004 | 490 Votes
'Fake tan is too orange, too yellow or too brown. The latter is never a good look.'
Added on 23rd Oct 2004 | 367 Votes
The politics are trending conservative.
Added on 23rd Oct 2004 | 346 Votes
Are you online now then?
Added on 19th Oct 2004 | 446 Votes
Can 'alibi' be used as a verb?
Added on 18th Oct 2004 | 431 Votes
Added on 17th Oct 2004 | 376 Votes
Sugar in coffee
Added on 17th Oct 2004 | 509 Votes
Added on 17th Oct 2004 | 383 Votes
Which is correct?
Added on 17th Oct 2004 | 423 Votes
'Of course' is unnecessary if you know the fact and meaningless if you don't.
Added on 16th Oct 2004 | 352 Votes
"You are overpaid £XX" (Letter from tax authorities)
Added on 10th Oct 2004 | 374 Votes
Do you ever say "ain't"?
Added on 10th Oct 2004 | 472 Votes
The restaurant was fined for ____ hygiene regulations.
Added on 10th Oct 2004 | 404 Votes
Added on 9th Oct 2004 | 10651 Votes
'Sugar' is considered to be an uncountable noun. "How many sugars do you want in your coffee?"
Added on 9th Oct 2004 | 523 Votes
She did it ____.
Added on 9th Oct 2004 | 470 Votes
The staff ____ pleased with the decision.
Added on 9th Oct 2004 | 448 Votes
All the staff ____ angry.
Added on 9th Oct 2004 | 472 Votes
Why don't you come on in and have a drink and a bite to eat?
Added on 8th Oct 2004 | 334 Votes
I'd just like to know so's I can take precautions.
Added on 3rd Oct 2004 | 430 Votes
'Yet' is ____ 'however' when it is used to show a contrast.
Added on 3rd Oct 2004 | 481 Votes
If it would've had an answer key, I think the book could've been more helpful.
Added on 2nd Oct 2004 | 375 Votes
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