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As kind is a countable noun (used in this sense), it must have an article when singular. So it is either people of different kinds, or people of a different kind. However whilst the former is used to refer to two or more kinds of people e.g. The anti-EU voters comprise peoples of many different kinds, the latter is used to apply to a single kind of people, ...


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People of a different kind. (Because 'kind' is a singular count noun and needs an article - in this case an indefinite article.) or People of different kinds. (Without articles)


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It should be people of different kinds. Both people of different kinds, and people of a different kind are grammatical, but they mean two different things. It depends on whether you are talking about several kinds of people, or one kind of people. For your sample sentence, it should be This brings up the issue of how well our sample represents people ...


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Both varieties have the same syntactic structure. The difference is lexical, semantic, and pragmatic. Mental process verbs like believe and think take complements describing the mentation. They don't say much about the truth of that mentation, as you point out. However, a special type of predicate doesn't simply describe a proposition; it presupposes it. A ...


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As you suggest, the logical subject of the verb "travel" is "he". And the fact that "travel" is a verb is one reason why "to travel" cannot be a prepositional phrase. PP have a preposition and a NP (noun phrase). Since ordinarily only expressions of the same grammatical category can be coordinated with "and", we can construct examples to test whether "to ...


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By definition,A nonfinite clause cannot stand on its own. It rarely includes a subject, and the verb cannot be inflected for tense or person. A nonfinite clause may serve as a subject or a complement to a verb, a preposition or a noun. Here are some examples: Subject: To speak in class is difficult for some children. (subject) Speaking in class is what ...



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