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Does the word
has something to do with the government?
What's the difference between goulash and galoshes?
What exactly is a parallel structure?
I have a bet on this:
is a real word, right?
Is a boor somebody who boos or somebody who bores?
really a river, only smaller?
Somebody in my drama club used the word
the other day. What does that mean, anyway?
What's another word that means the same thing as
I hate finding typos in books. Here's one I've seen several times:
On the second week of my summer job at a bookstore, my boss handed me an envelope with what she called my
Looked like a paycheck to me, though.
I find the same typo in a lot of books I read. Shouldn't
What do you call a word that only ever appears as a plural?
What s the difference between like and such as
the same as
Can you show an easy way to remember when to use I" or "me" in a sentence? (And please skip the technical grammar rules.)"
Should I say, â€œCan I have a banana?â€ or â€œMay I have a banana?â€
What kind of literature is a picaresque novel?
Is the proper capitalization
I just read
in Jonathan Harker's journal?
Can the word
mean more than one thing?
What does the word
something that makes you sick?
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