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comment The counterpart to “overheard” when reading?
Thanks for your reply, I appreciate it.
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comment The counterpart to “overheard” when reading?
Thanks for teaching me a new word. I think it suits the requirements well.
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comment The counterpart to “overheard” when reading?
Thanks, I believe this comes very close.
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comment The counterpart to “overheard” when reading?
Thanks, this is nice. Although it sounds a bit like to look briefly at something one intended to look at, at least to me - but I am no native speaker.
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asked The counterpart to “overheard” when reading?
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accepted Wording: closest date vs nearest date?
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comment Wording: closest date vs nearest date?
I'm no native speaker, so I can't really tell where I get this distinction from. Thanks again for the quick reply.
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comment Wording: closest date vs nearest date?
Thanks for your answer, I tend to think, that closest has a more temporal semantic, whereas nearest is more spatial.
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accepted Pronunciation of voiceless alveolar fricative /s/ as ʃ (/sh/) in slang?
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comment Pronunciation of voiceless alveolar fricative /s/ as ʃ (/sh/) in slang?
Thanks for the detailed insights! Since my examples came from certain situations, I suspected a more socio-linguistic background. But then, both my examples come from work of fictions and thus may be just dramatized.