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comment “Impromptu field hospital”?
Ok, thanks for the comment.
Jun
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comment “Impromptu field hospital”?
Thanks, will keep that in mind!
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comment Someone who goes to medical school?
I didn't know a Stack Exchange existed for ELL, I may try using that for some of my future questions, thanks!
Jun
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comment Someone who goes to medical school?
Does ELL stand for English language learner? I'd like to believe I'm way past that point, but things like this still make me pause every now and then.
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comment Alternatives to “enthusiasm declined”?
Hmm, I wasn't sure declined could actually be used here, and thought asking whether it could or could not would be appropriate.
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accepted Alternatives to “enthusiasm declined”?
May
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comment Alternatives to “enthusiasm declined”?
Thanks. I did a search on Google for "enthusiasm ...", it looks like the ordering of the frequencies is waned > deflated > declined > sank, with waned having a clear lead (twenty-fold higher in frequency than deflated).
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comment Alternatives to “enthusiasm declined”?
Zeal doesn't quite work in the context I'm considering.
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asked Alternatives to “enthusiasm declined”?
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comment “With” in “difficulty with (verb)-ing”
Thank you. Do you have a reference for this distinction? Or could you refer me to some usage examples online?
May
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comment “With” in “difficulty with (verb)-ing”
Thanks for your comment. The original version of the sentence was slightly different--"I've been having a bit of difficulty with reading some of the things I decide to read."--and the with seemed helpful in that version, for some reason. I think I'll drop it as you say.
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comment “With” in “difficulty with (verb)-ing”
Thanks. When you say "extra", do you mean "unnecessary but possibly ok", or "not ok"?
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