Aman Deep Gautam

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comment Position of “to” in a sentence
@Kris see if the edit is helpful
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revised Position of “to” in a sentence
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asked Position of “to” in a sentence
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comment Commas in a complex sentence
@EdwinAshworth could you please explain the construction too.
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asked Commas in a complex sentence
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comment “Number of users are” vs “Numbers of users are”
Could you also shed some light on "Numbers of users are".
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asked “Number of users are” vs “Numbers of users are”
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accepted Must OK only be written in capital letters?
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accepted Single word for “inhale using your mouth with force or power”
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accepted Which is correct, “from a young age” or “from young age”?
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comment Which is correct, “from a young age” or “from young age”?
I too search on google, found that "a young age" is more commonly used. What I was looking for is: Are there any grammatical rules to govern the issue in particular.
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revised Which is correct, “from a young age” or “from young age”?
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asked Which is correct, “from a young age” or “from young age”?