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573 views

“At someone's place” vs. “at someone's house” vs. “at someone's”

Do the three phrases convey the same meaning when we're referring to the place where one lives?
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2answers
116 views

“by winning” vs “by her winning” or “of her win”

I have a dilema, here's a little excerpt: Anna, an accomplished classical musician, was encouraged by her winning the prestigious award .... plans to launch a new album. Sounds really wrong. ...
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1answer
318 views

“List of tasks” or “tasks' list”

Which of these forms is better: list of tasks or tasks' list? Another question is whether I should use an apostrophe or not (tasks's list vs tasks list). Other phrases which are similar to this, but ...
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1answer
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When To Use “'s” At The Ending Of The Word? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: What is the correct possessive for nouns ending in s? First, sorry about my English. I would love to know when I need to add 's at the ending of the word. 1) When I ...