Dictionary of Practical English Usage - Table of contents II

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I

Ill and Sick
If I were you
In case and if
In spite of
It

J

Just

K

Know

L

Last and the last
Lay and lie
The least and the fewest
Less and fewer
Let
Like and as
Little
Look

M

Make
Mean
Mind
More
Most
Much and many

N

Near
Nearest and next
Negative forms
Neither
Neither, nor and not either
No, none and not a/any
No matter
not only ... but also...

O

Of course
Often
Once
One

P

Prize and price

Q

Question tags
Question words
Quite

R

Rather
Rather than and would rather

S

Same
say and tell
See
Seem
Since

T

Take
That-clauses
There

U

Until and till
Used to

W

Want
-ward(s)
Well and good
Whether and if
Which and what
Wish
With
Whose

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