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Feb
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accepted Get-go attitude vs. go-getter
Feb
24
comment Get-go attitude vs. go-getter
I'm confused here.. but does get-go even exist? or is the correct one go-getter?
Feb
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asked Get-go attitude vs. go-getter
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asked A single word to define “leave in state of ignorance”
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accepted “22 Acacia Avenue” British idiom
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accepted Preposition following “estimated”
Mar
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comment Have I graduated from a master's course?
thank you very much! simple and effective formulations :)
Mar
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comment Have I graduated from a master's course?
@MarkBeadles at least in my college, when you defend your dissertation, and are aproaved by teachers, you've earned your diploma. That's why I used it as if having the same meaning.
Mar
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comment Have I graduated from a master's course?
@PeterTaylor I'm looking for, precisely, the phrasing which would be most commonly used across US native speakers of english. I'm talking with a lot of HR people and I want to convey this idea without sounding pedantic or something like that.