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Nov
29
comment Commas in a complex sentence
@EdwinAshworth could you please explain the construction too.
Nov
29
asked Commas in a complex sentence
Nov
29
comment “Number of users are” vs “Numbers of users are”
Could you also shed some light on "Numbers of users are".
Nov
26
asked “Number of users are” vs “Numbers of users are”
Nov
26
accepted Must OK only be written in capital letters?
Nov
26
accepted Single word for “inhale using your mouth with force or power”
Nov
21
accepted Which is correct, “from a young age” or “from young age”?
Nov
21
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Nov
21
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.
Nov
21
revised Which is correct, “from a young age” or “from young age”?
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Nov
21
asked Which is correct, “from a young age” or “from young age”?
Nov
20
accepted Is automobiles only a “car”
Nov
15
asked Is automobiles only a “car”
Nov
14
comment Why the Simple-Present “closes” in “thousands will see the exhibit by the time it closes”?
@PeterShor could you explain why you pair these two choices?
Nov
14
asked Why the Simple-Present “closes” in “thousands will see the exhibit by the time it closes”?
Oct
8
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May
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asked Single word for “inhale using your mouth with force or power”
Mar
22
comment Must OK only be written in capital letters?
@tchrist well its in Gmail. So its not my spell checker
Mar
22
asked Must OK only be written in capital letters?