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I might have known.
Added on 18th Sep 2004 | 418 Votes
Does American English use the schwa - neutral vowel sound - more than other types of English?
Added on 17th Sep 2004 | 465 Votes
Which one do you use?
Added on 17th Sep 2004 | 367 Votes
"Roberto is absent today. Where might he be?"
Added on 17th Sep 2004 | 351 Votes
Does "none" always have to be treated as singular in formal writing?
Added on 17th Sep 2004 | 347 Votes
A group of words that ... a meaning
Added on 16th Sep 2004 | 850 Votes
Nobody is going to do silly things with him around...
Added on 9th Sep 2004 | 384 Votes
What the ____!
Added on 8th Sep 2004 | 475 Votes
He has ____ cancer.
Added on 5th Sep 2004 | 420 Votes
Feeding sharks ____ dangerous.
Added on 2nd Sep 2004 | 474 Votes
If you were asked what the time is, how would you reply?
Added on 1st Sep 2004 | 470 Votes
They complained that there had been a campaign of _____ to implicate them.
Added on 29th Aug 2004 | 356 Votes
Added on 28th Aug 2004 | 388 Votes
Would you like _____?
Added on 28th Aug 2004 | 460 Votes
She doesn't know _____ to go straight to university or to take a gap year.
Added on 28th Aug 2004 | 459 Votes
Let me know _____ you'll be there or not.
Added on 28th Aug 2004 | 468 Votes
The priest ____ Mass.
Added on 28th Aug 2004 | 384 Votes
Your value to society ____ determined by what you're worth.
Added on 28th Aug 2004 | 408 Votes
did\went\saw\took, etc. What do you call this tense?
Added on 23rd Aug 2004 | 528 Votes
Payment must be ____ within twenty days.
Added on 20th Aug 2004 | 445 Votes
One of the main problems that ____ down progress....
Added on 20th Aug 2004 | 403 Votes
Private soldiers are...
Added on 16th Aug 2004 | 358 Votes
I did it, though I didn't like it much.
Added on 13th Aug 2004 | 354 Votes
I went, _____ I usually do when upset, shopping.
Added on 7th Aug 2004 | 460 Votes
If you don't mind ____ asking.....
Added on 4th Aug 2004 | 1165 Votes
The announcement appeared to ____ tension caused by his resignation.
Added on 1st Aug 2004 | 345 Votes
It is incumbent ___ us to help.
Added on 26th Jul 2004 | 400 Votes
'Now' ____ be used with the past tense.
Added on 21st Jul 2004 | 465 Votes
I was so conflicted with myself.
Added on 18th Jul 2004 | 374 Votes
I love that you have come tonight.
Added on 18th Jul 2004 | 415 Votes
I must ____ my gas bill.
Added on 18th Jul 2004 | 504 Votes
It's better for ____ students who agree with it.
Added on 14th Jul 2004 | 421 Votes
It's better for ____ students.
Added on 12th Jul 2004 | 424 Votes
Some newspapers are _____ out their broadsheet editions.
Added on 10th Jul 2004 | 397 Votes
What's the plural of 'grand prix'?
Added on 7th Jul 2004 | 3748 Votes
Added on 6th Jul 2004 | 440 Votes
Can there be more than one protagonist?
Added on 4th Jul 2004 | 577 Votes
I disagree with ____ thought it was a good idea.
Added on 4th Jul 2004 | 434 Votes
How do you read 0.404?
Added on 1st Jul 2004 | 461 Votes
Added on 30th Jun 2004 | 422 Votes
He cooks a mean curry.
Added on 29th Jun 2004 | 500 Votes
Who is the better language teacher?
Added on 29th Jun 2004 | 387 Votes
He had her in stitches.
Added on 29th Jun 2004 | 361 Votes
One in seven men in the UK ____ alone.
Added on 26th Jun 2004 | 535 Votes
Light reading can leave you in the dark.
Added on 26th Jun 2004 | 350 Votes
Which term is better for language that is not formal?
Added on 24th Jun 2004 | 393 Votes
She has an _____ mind.
Added on 21st Jun 2004 | 420 Votes
I'd like to watch a ____ tonight.
Added on 19th Jun 2004 | 452 Votes
We wouldn't want someone as wise as you to wear _____ out.
Added on 17th Jun 2004 | 448 Votes
Traditionally, grammarians don't choose typical sentence patterns for analysis.
Added on 17th Jun 2004 | 365 Votes
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