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revised How would you say 'go round the houses' in a formal way?
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answered Present Continuous instead of Present Perfect Continuous?
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answered What's the word to describe work that is a waste of effort?
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answered Single word for “unqualified truth”
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comment How to write out numbers in compliance with British usage?
@Cerberus is correct. General rule is and only before numbers below 100. But J.R., in British usage, it's a cheque, and we still keep the and unless space is tight.
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answered How would you say 'go round the houses' in a formal way?
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comment Comma placement in “Another, just as important, aspect”
"Another equally important aspect" would express it just as clearly and without any commas. Bad for word count, though.
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answered Word for someone who overly nurtures their online image
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comment Another “which” question
Yes, the clue here is in the word makes, which must refer to a singular noun, and how, you might ask, could the leaf make the tea popular all by itself? But it's the sort of thing you have to read a couple of times to convince yourself that you've read it the right way.