When I searched I found many usages of both "in step" and "at step". For example, Google returns: "at each step" — about 55,000,000 results "in each step" — about 45,000,000 results But which one ...
In formal writing I like to do this (in British style): The infant weighed 10lb 5oz; a 10lb 5oz infant He was 6ft 3in tall; a 6ft 3in man My question is about the plural usage: do we ...
I received an email today telling me that I will be notified about next steps for my job application by mid next week. I want to be polite and respond something brief, but since I'm not a native ...
In most cases I see the heading is usually placed after the greeting (but before the body); but in some cases it is before the greeting. Which is the right way for formal letters?
In a formal letter, which verb should I choose? The programme perfectly suits my needs. The programme perfectly fits my needs. The programme perfectly meets my needs.