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asked Comma or no comma before “only”?
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asked Is a comma necessary before “above”/“below” when these words are used as sentence terminating adverbs?
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accepted “off of the counter” vs “off the counter”
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asked “off of the counter” vs “off the counter”
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revised “It may be updated below.” or “It may be updated, below.”
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asked “It may be updated below.” or “It may be updated, below.”
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revised “I got it covered” vs “I've got it covered”
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comment “I got it covered” vs “I've got it covered”
@Martha, you are correct. That is exactly what I was asking about - the figurative form (i.e., I have it under control).
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