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Description Example Category
not often, not very often (seldom. rare, rarely) It is not very often that a hotel exceeds your expectations. Plain English
not the same (different) The taste is not the same. Plain English
obtain (get) We need to obtain visas. Plain English
on the occasion of (on, when, because of) I was congratulated on the occasion of my son's birthday. Plain English
on the other hand (omit, but, yet) It was quite a good bargain. On the other hand, do we really need one? Plain English
on two separate occasions (twice) I stayed here on two separate occasions. Plain English
question as to whether, question of whether (question whether) The question as to whether it will do any good hasn’t been determined. Plain English
question as to whether, question of whether (question whether) There is a question of whether we need to be there or not. Plain English
regard as being (regard as) What industries do you regard as being highly competitive? Plain English
solicit for We are soliciting for suggestions. Plain English
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