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revised Is it a past event or present event?
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accepted When and why do I have to use singular and plural nouns following “No”?
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comment When and why do I have to use singular and plural nouns following “No”?
@zpletan: Yes. The question can be answered by explaining why and when each of them should be properly used.
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asked When and why do I have to use singular and plural nouns following “No”?
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accepted Plural and Singular Parallelism
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accepted Is there a difference in meaning between “does not seem to” and “seems not to”?
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asked Is there a difference in meaning between “does not seem to” and “seems not to”?
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accepted What is the terminology of the waiting period between two successive harvests?
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comment Plural and Singular Parallelism
@Carlo_R.: Using "each and every" sounds awkward and excessive.
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comment Plural and Singular Parallelism
Actually I can rephrase the first example as "Statements in C# execute sequentially and each is terminated by a semicolon". But I am still curious why there are many books still used the confusing pattern. :D
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comment A word to describe the act of using one's head to moving slowing to the sex partner body while having sex
I can also be recognized as stimulating.