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Jun
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comment When writing “The Marriage Of,” which preposition is correct?
BE does usually differ, though we do use both, usually the invitation is to "celebrate the marriage". A BE example would depend on who is doing the inviting, one of the couple's parents, or the couple themselves. Here are some examples that use "marriage" an either "to" or "and" :itsawrapweddings.co.uk/images/invitation-wording.pdf
Jun
9
answered “Spoon feed” vs. “spoonfeed”
Jun
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answered When writing “The Marriage Of,” which preposition is correct?
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answered Sentence case in a message
Jan
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comment What word means “the sights, things, and activities that are special” in a place?
I'd recommend this too, but "features" may be a viable alternative
Jul
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comment Using “inter alia” in non-legal language?
my 2C Ive never heard it outside of legalese
Jun
25
answered What is the term for the part of a jingle that states the company name?
Jun
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answered “when you are done” vs. “when you are through” vs. “when you are finished”
Apr
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comment Which definition of commitment is correct in this sentence?
Jennifer is correct however those involved could possibly take different meanings themselves. For example, the manager may intend to show enthusiasm for helping local residents, whereas the residents may hope that the manager intends to deliver resources such as money.
Apr
25
comment British English - “In two hours time”
2 cents use case: If I was writing in a rigid formal style, say for a academic paper I would probably use "time", but would otherwise not generally use it
Apr
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answered What did Steve Jobs mean by “Technology married with Liberal Arts” in his last speech?
Apr
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answered Generic name for places like village, town and cities
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answered Noun for for u-shaped bend on electrical component's pin (wire) to aid in placement (Beading / Ribbing / Crimp)?
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