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comment Is the phrase “man is mortal” grammatically correct?
I found this article about the usage of articles useful: davidappleyard.com/english/articles.htm#Zero article
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comment Rule on absence of the article “the” with plural nouns
Some users seem to be duplicate-happy (i.e., overly eager to mark as duplicate). Or, should I say close-happy?
Nov
15
revised “To buy a bed with” vs “to play a ball with”
felt that quoting would increasing readability; hope you're ok with it.
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answered “To buy a bed with” vs “to play a ball with”
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accepted “Time needed to complete a work” — is this correct?
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comment Is the phrase “man is mortal” grammatically correct?
Thanks for the detailed answer. Is it right to say that Man is a mass noun, but Tree is not? In general, how to decide if something can be a mass noun?
May
22
comment Is the phrase “man is mortal” grammatically correct?
Like in life, a negative vote is easier than a helping comment.
May
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asked Is the phrase “man is mortal” grammatically correct?
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revised Is this grammatically correct? “For one, I had mainly be”
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revised Is this grammatically correct? “You see a dirt block, above which a stone block”
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suggested approved edit on Is this grammatically correct? “You see a dirt block, above which a stone block”
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suggested approved edit on Is this grammatically correct? “For one, I had mainly be”