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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 vice a versa. Grammar
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
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