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Jan
10
comment ON an American street, but IN a British one. Do the twain ever meet?
An interesting suggestion.
Jan
4
comment Is it correct to omit number suffix on dates?
I would argue with the second part of that. In the UK, the suffix is generally used. It's the US that drops it more often, although it more likely would be ordered as December 16 there.
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answered Term for bowling alley machines that fix pins
Sep
16
comment 'Today afternoon' vs 'Today in the afternoon'?
Having worked with many Indians, 'today afternoon' is perfectly correct to them. In addition preponing a meeting (moving it forward) is also normal.
Sep
6
answered “Building site” vs. “construction site”
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