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accepted Can “grammatical” mean “grammatically correct”?
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asked Can “grammatical” mean “grammatically correct”?
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comment Starting a sentence with “Starting with”
I had to google to see if ducks were mammals...I feel silly now, but they're not. They're birds. Go figure...
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comment Colorful term for someone with a long-overdue library book
+1 for unshushable! :)
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accepted How does one deal with one word in parenthesis at the start of a sentence?
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comment How does one deal with one word in parenthesis at the start of a sentence?
@fumbleFingers I realize how I put it was a little confusing, but if your answer was "Standard rules of grammar simply don't concern themselves with parenthetical wordplay like that" then...that's a valid answer...I don't understand why you're upset.
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comment How does one deal with one word in parenthesis at the start of a sentence?
+1 For a really good answer, but my question was a little more technical and a little less practical. I think I worded my question badly, I edited it :)
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comment How does one deal with one word in parenthesis at the start of a sentence?
@hammar I think that trying to avoid "link" as the actual link is good advice, but at the same time I find whole-sentence links hard to read, and I always mouse over every word to make sure it's all the same one! I'll keep that in mind though :)
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asked How does one deal with one word in parenthesis at the start of a sentence?