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awarded  Notable Question
Oct
24
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
12
comment “To see” vs “seeing”
But why the down vote on my question? :P
Jul
12
comment “To see” vs “seeing”
Yes please, why the down vote? A down vote without an explanation is totally useless.
Jul
12
awarded  Editor
Jul
12
revised “To see” vs “seeing”
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Jul
12
asked “To see” vs “seeing”
Feb
8
asked “situation where” vs. “situation in which”
Jan
30
accepted Adverbs right after the subject
Jan
30
accepted Using “how” preceded by “of”
Jan
30
comment Adverbs right after the subject
My doubt is related with past tense and adverbs of frequency. I write I've NEVER eaten snails and probably it confuses me :P and I supposed it was a good idea to use any adverb type with this rule.
Jan
30
asked Adverbs right after the subject
Jan
29
awarded  Student
Jan
29
asked Using “how” preceded by “of”
Jul
25
accepted “to the right” vs. “at the right”
Jul
25
asked “to the right” vs. “at the right”
Apr
24
awarded  Scholar
Apr
24
comment “To know X is all I need” vs. “knowing X is all I need”
So, are these interchangeable?
Apr
24
accepted “To know X is all I need” vs. “knowing X is all I need”
Apr
24
awarded  Supporter