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Is it true that English speakers will only accept one of the 120 possible combinations of the 5 morphemes de-nation-al-ize-ation?
asked Oct 28 '20 at 23:02
Why do some sources give the principal parts in a different order, or include an extra, fifth principal part?
asked Aug 19 '20 at 17:44
How do you say “officer is downgraded” or “lowered” in status?
Why is it that in English we put the colour before the object but in many other European languages they put the colour after the object
Which is correct, and why? “My friend hasn't / hadn't been in church in two weeks”
Syntactical problem? Musk's tweet “I Am Become Meme, Destroyer Of Shorts”
What does “dick” mean in this context?
Is calling a woman “madam” offensive?
“in US English” vs “in the US English”
Use of 'are' or 'is' for a named non-binary person
“I immediately got her with child”?
What's the natural way to express raising to the power of 2 (e.g.5²) and higher exponents (5³ and , 5⁴)?
Should I say “sent by post” or “sent by a post”?
If I found two $5 bills on the ground, would it be acceptable to say “$10 are on the ground”?
Is it correct to say “I am scoring my girlfriend/my boss” when your girlfriend/boss acknowledge good things you are doing for them?
What would you call, for the lack of a better way to put it, “benign nationalism”?
Who does “his” refer to?
What's the difference among “extinguish fire”, “fight the fire” and “put out fire”
What is 'provocateur'? Is it idiomatic?
Is ‘I want to meet your enemy’ ambiguous?
What's the origin of “and sh*t”
“must” vs “shall” - are they the same, or is one a softened version of the other?
Why is the t in “often” silent?
In the expression “There's got to be some” what does the 's stand for?
Why sister [nouns] and not brother [nouns]?
Plurality in “A second set of motors [is/are] attached there”?
Does the archaic prefix wer/wep have modern descendants?
Why is “iron” pronounced “EYE-URN” but not “EYE-RUN”?
which one is correct, “Master's student” or “Masters student” or “MSc student”?
Should I use not-British word meanings in the FCE?
Do mutiny and mutation have a common root?
Is the begining of the sentence with the zero article correct?