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comment What is the correct use of “never” when using present perfect
@Axonn: yes, that one looks fine
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answered What is the correct use of “never” when using present perfect
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answered What word describes a person who acts like a goody-good because they fear repercussion from authority?
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revised Expression for becoming homeless, which has the word 'street' in it? How about “pushed to the streets”?
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comment which tense is right to use?
@tchrist: Do you honestly believe this question is answered in the "duplicate" you linked?
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comment which tense is right to use?
I am pretty sure the presence of "who" has nothing to do with the tense choice. Although "Who's coming ..." is much much better than "Who will come...", the latter is also technically correct but has a different meaning which I'm struggling to express. Therefore, I think this is an interesting question and I'd urge people to try to answer it rather than hastily close it.
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comment Using “Before” for audience
possible duplicate of What does "before" mean here?
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revised Which one is the correct sentence? “Forever shall I remain indebted” or “I shall forever remain indebted”
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answered Which one is the correct sentence? “Forever shall I remain indebted” or “I shall forever remain indebted”
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comment What do you call the source of a “said” quote?
Author still works, IMO
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comment What single word means “uncritique-able”?
read the question again
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