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comment Using “neither” without “nor”
Why is "but" needed in your second alternative? It sounds a lot more natural without it.
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comment Can “nighttime” be used instead of “night-time”?
Have you checked a dictionary?
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answered Two past perfect verbs in the same sentence even though sequence is indicated
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answered Is it “query on …” or “query about …”
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comment 'too dangerous to let live' or 'too dangerous to be let live'?
I agree with everything you say, but I would like some clarification concerning the first sentence of your answer. Have you seen instances of to be let exist in use?
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comment Is ‘on (in) a tear’ a popular idiom?
Illuminating answer. What is the pronunciation of the word "tear" in this idiom?
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comment A word that describes the polite phrases we use to begin our letters
If I understand the question well, these aren't phrases, they are sentences. I am not aware of a specific term, but they look like model sentences to me.
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comment A word that describes the polite phrases we use to begin our letters
Don't these refer to expressions like "Dear X" or "Best wishes"? OP is asking about full sentences after the greeting.
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comment “as and when” Usage
It's an idiomatic phrase. Look up the meaning here.
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answered How can I disambiguate “shorter”?