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Description Example Category
currently I am currently employed. Plain English
each and every (every) You better check each and every door. Plain English
for all intents and purposes (omit) The era in which we must aggressively defend our woodlands has, for all intents and purposes, passed. Plain English
for the most part (omit) For the most part people's suspicions are based on a misunderstanding of the facts. Plain English
for the purpose of (to, for) Commercial shows are one-off projects put on for the purpose of making money. Plain English
have the ability to (be able to, can) The toddle has the ability to walk. Plain English
have a tendency (tends) This policy has a tendency to isolate some communities. Plain English
in a manner of speaking (omit) The policy has, in a manner of speaking, begun to Balkanize the more rural parts of our state. Plain English
in a very real sense (omit) In a very real sense, this policy works to the detriment of those it is supposed to help. Plain English
in excess of (more than, over, exceeding) Her three albums have sold in excess of 17 million copies worldwide Plain English
LanguageTool 6.2-SNAPSHOT (2023-05-28 20:33:02 +0000)