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– Which one of these sentences is correct: “Are you mad with me?” or “Are you mad at me?”.
– What is the difference between “but” and “yet”? Explain please…
– I have a question about similar words which start the same. For example, simultaneous, simultaneously, simulation. How do I understand these kinds of words and how do I use them?
– I don’t know how to use “in order to”. Can you help me?
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