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Can there be more than one protagonist?
Added on 4th Jul 2004 | 581 Votes
I disagree with ____ thought it was a good idea.
Added on 4th Jul 2004 | 445 Votes
How do you read 0.404?
Added on 1st Jul 2004 | 467 Votes
Added on 30th Jun 2004 | 431 Votes
He cooks a mean curry.
Added on 29th Jun 2004 | 511 Votes
Who is the better language teacher?
Added on 29th Jun 2004 | 394 Votes
He had her in stitches.
Added on 29th Jun 2004 | 366 Votes
One in seven men in the UK ____ alone.
Added on 26th Jun 2004 | 539 Votes
Light reading can leave you in the dark.
Added on 26th Jun 2004 | 359 Votes
Which term is better for language that is not formal?
Added on 24th Jun 2004 | 400 Votes
She has an _____ mind.
Added on 21st Jun 2004 | 430 Votes
I'd like to watch a ____ tonight.
Added on 19th Jun 2004 | 458 Votes
We wouldn't want someone as wise as you to wear _____ out.
Added on 17th Jun 2004 | 456 Votes
Traditionally, grammarians don't choose typical sentence patterns for analysis.
Added on 17th Jun 2004 | 369 Votes
From what I understand, he and his wife, they were pleased with the result.
Added on 17th Jun 2004 | 395 Votes
Is there an alternative to ____ there by car?
Added on 15th Jun 2004 | 471 Votes
I use a tennis ____.
Added on 15th Jun 2004 | 500 Votes
There are many ways to ____ a cat.
Added on 15th Jun 2004 | 411 Votes
A language is a dialect with an army.
Added on 13th Jun 2004 | 448 Votes
Which sounds more natural?
Added on 12th Jun 2004 | 475 Votes
The contraction "I'm" often sounds like "um" in spoken English.
Added on 11th Jun 2004 | 459 Votes
In the ____ .
Added on 11th Jun 2004 | 421 Votes
I'm ____ of heights.
Added on 11th Jun 2004 | 460 Votes
You haven't a clue as to what you speak of here.
Added on 11th Jun 2004 | 378 Votes
The symbol |
Added on 10th Jun 2004 | 405 Votes
"Me, I can't get enough."
Added on 9th Jun 2004 | 439 Votes
What is the plural of 'vendetta'
Added on 7th Jun 2004 | 448 Votes
What are we meant to be doing?
Added on 6th Jun 2004 | 439 Votes
Added on 6th Jun 2004 | 377 Votes
In reported speech, if we do not agree or the ideas do not come from us we...
Added on 6th Jun 2004 | 322 Votes
Added on 6th Jun 2004 | 399 Votes
I have had a perfectly wonderful evening, but this wasn't it. (Groucho Marx)
Added on 6th Jun 2004 | 409 Votes
What does "Give my child this toy in case he cries." mean?
Added on 5th Jun 2004 | 419 Votes
Added on 5th Jun 2004 | 509 Votes
Added on 5th Jun 2004 | 344 Votes
In the end, Jill came to like Tom.
Added on 4th Jun 2004 | 340 Votes
I'm going to buy ____ trousers this weekend.
Added on 4th Jun 2004 | 529 Votes
He put a bullet through his head.
Added on 4th Jun 2004 | 513 Votes
Educated native speakers have a vocabulary of about 20,000-25,000 words.
Added on 4th Jun 2004 | 476 Votes
When he does it well, whoo.
Added on 3rd Jun 2004 | 360 Votes
It's time they ____ doing that.
Added on 3rd Jun 2004 | 471 Votes
The word "rife" tends to collocate with...
Added on 2nd Jun 2004 | 363 Votes
If a news story involves swearing, what should the press do?
Added on 1st Jun 2004 | 397 Votes
'I might have gone there.'
Added on 1st Jun 2004 | 409 Votes
Syntax is the study of how words...
Added on 1st Jun 2004 | 359 Votes
You're writing to Baroness Thatcher- how do you start the letter?
Added on 1st Jun 2004 | 810 Votes
Is English an inflected language?
Added on 1st Jun 2004 | 553 Votes
"May the best man win."
Added on 1st Jun 2004 | 369 Votes
You can eat now and you can eat later.
Added on 1st Jun 2004 | 396 Votes
She has her work cut out.
Added on 1st Jun 2004 | 412 Votes
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