"We are all mad." "We all are mad." I think each of these conveys the same idea. Besides this, we can use "we are all" alone. I hear the first one more frequently. Does the second one sound worse ...
Which of "ungrammatical" or "grammatically incorrect" is prefered and why?
Semicolon: Always required before conjunction if internal punctuation follows, even if no ambiguity?
Is the semicolon in the following sentence necessary? Is it preferable? To me, it seems that there would be no ambiguity if the semicolon were replaced with a comma, but the writer insists that a ...
How do I specify on an address that it should be forwarded to some person? Sometimes I need to send mail to a company where it should be addressed to a specific person, but it's not the 'address ...
In HR terms, what's the difference between a 'Sourcer' and a 'Recruiter'? Why is one preferred over the other?
In a work, when you introduce someone by their full name and later refer to them in a context which is not appropriate for a pronoun, do you use their first or last name? Example: "Eli Whitney is ...
Suppose you were presenting two different conditions. Which of the following is preferred? Does it matter? If the flower is red, it may be a rose. On the other hand, if it is blue, it may ...
These are the three most common ways to say "I think." (At least, I believe so. I mean, I think so. Um...) Are there any subtle differences between them? Are there situations where one of the three ...