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comment Minister vs. Secretary
@Drew I mean in English language, each unit of other governments is called ministry, but in English speaking countries, each unit of the government is called Department with a Secretary. Why English speaking people use the term ministry for other governments, but Department for their own governments.
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comment Use of “yet another” in the middle of a sentence
why require can be a better choice rather than needhere?
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comment How to say hello to a group of people?
@Kris I'm not specifically looking for a creative expression, I just quoted that it is OK to me if an idea is creative and less common.
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comment Palatalization of the initial “s” in words starting with “st-”
@Jubobs what made me ask this question is to hear it from Britons and Americans from time to time. Not regularly, but not rarely too. Of course, I was not on the position to exactly identify the origin of the speaker, but they were native. Maybe that many that you referred to is spreading a kind of fashion?!?