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I am a student- B.Tech. Also, a non-native English speaker who's trying to learn English in a much practical way, through communication. I have many doubts to ask. I will get them clarified as and when I have time.


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accepted Grammatical analysis of “feared drowned”
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asked Grammatical analysis of “feared drowned”
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comment “Feel free to hit me up” — “at”? “on”? “via”?
Incidentally, I have seen this post. Now that I am an English-as-a-second language learner, I have observed that the sentences in the actual question are not grammatically correct: a lack of parallelism. Am I right? If no, please explain me the wrong thing in my observation? I may sound to be fastidious but still I don't want to be in doubt about the rules I am following to learn English, and hence; I am asking this question. I my opinion it should be: "Feel free to hit me up via this@emailaddress.com, as well as via Twitter or/and via Facebook." Please correct me If I am wrong.
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accepted A word for “modify/delete/change a newspaper article”
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comment A word for “modify/delete/change a newspaper article”
Thank a lot. onelook.com is awesome. I found the word- it's "redact." :) :). Does my question, in anyway, lead to the answer(redact) from your point of view? else how could I re-frame the question in order to get the correct answer?
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comment A word for “modify/delete/change a newspaper article”
These may be the words;To be precise, I am looking for the word which I read long ago on BBC website regarding some politics issue. Unfortunately, I didn't take a note of it. Could you help me in the way my search of the word on the web should be directed (how to find out a word from (bottom-top)its meaning to the word-may sound silly ;p)
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asked A word for “modify/delete/change a newspaper article”
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comment Meaning of a statement from The Economist
That's nice to hear of some good book. Hey, I want a list of some of the best sources on the web for standard, refined English articles, for that matter any good English language site. Could you help?
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comment Meaning of a statement from The Economist
Interesting to know such dissection of the sentence is possible as I haven't done this type of analysis. It seems you have got my problem exactly.
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comment Meaning of a statement from The Economist
Oh, that's a good piece of advice I would follow.
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comment Meaning of a statement from The Economist
thank u. It's so easy as you explain but why not as I read :) Is this sentence a bit convoluted, in its sense, to produce the intended notion? Somehow, I didn't get its meaning after many attempts. After all I am an ESL learner... :)
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accepted Meaning of a statement from The Economist
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asked Meaning of a statement from The Economist
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accepted “would love/like to” usage?
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asked “would love/like to” usage?
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comment Quotation mark usage in the sentence given
Served the purpose. :)