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A Senior Java Developer. Experienced in Hibernate, MySQL, Reflection API, Oracle, SQL, Java EE, and more.


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comment How is “Can anyone tell me how can I solve this” wrong?
I chose this one as the correct answer even though it has less up-votes. I think the explanation has more grammatical insight.
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accepted How is “Can anyone tell me how can I solve this” wrong?
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comment How is “Can anyone tell me how can I solve this” wrong?
Revision 2 was when it happened. She almost ruined my question.
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comment How is “Can anyone tell me how can I solve this” wrong?
@corsiKa, here is the whole revision history: stackoverflow.com/posts/22781712/revisions
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comment How is “Can anyone tell me how can I solve this” wrong?
So you're saying that "Can anyone tell me how can I solve this?" is right?
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accepted Is there a countable form for “literature”?
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comment Is there a countable form for “literature”?
Yes, I shouldn't have stated that literature was uncountable. The thing is, someone asked in an exam why the right answer was "I've brought some literature about Ireland" and not "I've one literature about Ireland". And in fact "one literature about Ireland" sounded incorrect to me, but I guess she was right, you could say "I've brought one literature about Ireland" just as well, right?