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comment Difference between “supposedly” and “supposably”
Added definitions to the words. I would just like a few examples of when to use each.
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comment Difference between “run into”, “come upon” and “come across”
It's weird to hear these phrases in the present tense. I think of them almost exclusively in the past tense. ran into, came upon, came across. Maybe the past present as well, "we then come across a skeleton"