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Grammar
Vocabulary
  Verbs
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  Nouns
Idioms
Slang & Colloquial Expressions

arced  arqed

an ͜  honest person
a truly honest person
a middle initial
an ͜ initial

common verse tense examples:

you are invited
viewer discretion is advised
You have been ended.
You have ended.
GRAMMAR
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pro bono -> pro bono publico -> bono, bon, bueno
election -> decision making -> groupthink
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parlance vs. idioms vs. jargon vs. colloquialism
among vs. amongst
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look at the base English noun of the country.
if it is common				-> "the" must be used
if it is proper singular		-> "the" must not be used
if it is proper plural			-> "the" must be used





to the Bahamas
to the Maldives
to the Netherlands
to the Philippines
to the U.A.E.

to Name (and Name)
to Trinidad (and Tobago)
to Saint Kitts (and Nevis)
to New Zealand
to Papua New Guinea


to Comoros
to the Marshall Islands
to Honduras
to Cape Verde
to the Soloman Islands
to Barbados

? Vatican City
? Ivory Coast	-> "the" is not used.
? Vatican
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tell vs say -> one says something. one tells someone something.
some vs any

preposition collocation
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 "A preposition is something you should never end a sentence with." 
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Grammar

to
too
two
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