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awarded  Popular Question
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accepted Into vs In to, which do I use in this sentence?
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awarded  Commentator
Nov
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comment Into vs In to, which do I use in this sentence?
This doesn't answer the question, which is about whether or not to use the space because for some cases (i.e. 'everyday' vs 'every day') that changes the meaning.
Nov
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comment Into vs In to, which do I use in this sentence?
because I'm not sure when the words are supposed to be separated and when not. Like 'everyday' vs 'every day' these are phrases that have different meanings because of the space.
Nov
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asked Into vs In to, which do I use in this sentence?
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awarded  Custodian
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awarded  Caucus
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comment “Without that” clause
@FumbleFingers Cory Doctorow is one of those sci-fi writers who tends to get very technical. And like a lot of sci-fi/fantasy writers he may adapt a peculiar turn of phrase food a particular character. (Which is what I suspect happened here.) Another example of this is The Knife of Never Letting Go. The main character narrates and he is uneducated, which is evident in the way he tries to pronounce long words.
Jun
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comment “Can take no other” vs. “can't take other”
What is the context?
Jun
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awarded  Teacher
Jun
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reviewed Approve How to derive a noun from “up-to-date”?
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answered How to derive a noun from “up-to-date”?
Jun
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comment Which is appropriate while addressing in-laws?
I have heard "My in-laws are coming this weekend." Which would help compound the sentence.
Jun
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awarded  Scholar
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accepted Then or Than, Which to use when comparing time?
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comment Then or Than, Which to use when comparing time?
Despite the fact that it is referring to time?
Jun
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comment Neither or nor in this sentence
I don't ride a bike nor do I ride a horse.
Jun
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asked Then or Than, Which to use when comparing time?
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