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Description Example Category
If you read a lot, you’ll learn a lot, and vice a versa (vice versa) If you read a lot, you’ll learn a lot, and vise-versa. Grammar
for (a) while I'm happy to use your extension for while to see how it performs. Grammar
happy to (be/have/see) your Happy to your application. Grammar
happy to (be/have/see) your I'm happy to your application. Grammar
to worried (worry) about There's not much to worried about. Grammar
...with citations (citation) numbers that are sequential A numeric citation style is used, with citations numbers that are sequential throughout the entire documentation. Grammar
...the vocal tract is partially or completed (completely) closed A consonant is a letter that represents speech sounds that can only be made when the vocal tract is partially or completed closed. Grammar
Please do this by expire (expiring|the expiration) Mine recharge tonight by expire. Grammar
please do not (feed) the cat Please do not the cat. Grammar
are (you) allowed to Are allowed to mention that we have received the amount? Grammar
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