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comment has been going to have finished
There is no "going literally to a location" in the given sentence. Your insertion of "{to his summer cabin}" changes the meaning of the sentence (and renders it ungrammatical by having "to have finished" where "to finish" would be correct).
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comment meaning of “weeds” in english phrase
merriam-webster.com/dictionary/weed (definition 1).
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comment 'The company I work for' cannot be shortened to 'My company'?
@Ben, a fair criticism; I admit to having been ignorant of the percentages. I have updated to remove the "very" of the smallness.
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revised 'The company I work for' cannot be shortened to 'My company'?
enlarged the possible percentage of actual owners :-)
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answered 'The company I work for' cannot be shortened to 'My company'?
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comment Is it correct to say “copious amount of”?
Conversely, I often refer (ironically) to tasks that I will perform in my "copious free time".
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reviewed Edit suggested edit on Which is the right word to ask if this will create problem on a professional tone
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revised Which is the right word to ask if this will create problem on a professional tone
title mispelling, use/mention italics
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reviewed Close What is the correct way to format an author's name in an APA citation when only a username is known?
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reviewed Close APA 6th Edition - Quoting
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reviewed Close Past or Future?
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reviewed Close How to best convey excitement for the next assignment, quarter, or project?
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reviewed Close If the article title ends in closing punctuation, do we still add a period in an APA reference?
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reviewed Close How to properly number paragraph according to APA style
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reviewed Close Is “very much of” a valid construct?
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reviewed Close What is the grammatical role of a word like “Thus” at the beginning of a sentance
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reviewed Close Word choice: complement of 'Budgeted', but not 'Filled'