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comment 'work' or 'working'
Neither form seems right. I'd use "...algorithm which will be programmed in at a later stage with the use of a high-level programming language such a C#."
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revised Do I need a comma before “particularly”?
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answered What is the suitable preposition which come after the verb “hassle”?
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revised A synonymous word for “wrong desire”
Fixed grammar and some formatting.
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revised What is the grammatical function of 'since' in this sentence?
Fixed spelling, added some formatting to get past the low character limit of such a small edit.
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revised What do you call a person who does not take risks (or who does not like taking risks)?
Fixed grammar.
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reviewed No Action Needed “Uncapable” or “incapable”?
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reviewed Reviewed What do you call a person who does not take risks (or who does not like taking risks)?
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reviewed Reviewed What is the grammatical function of 'since' in this sentence?
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reviewed No Action Needed “Uncapable” or “incapable”?
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reviewed No Action Needed Where does the suffix “-tine” come from?
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reviewed No Action Needed Looking for a formal equivalent phrase for the adverb “personally”
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reviewed No Action Needed Second conditional when making plans for the future: “If it rained tomorrow, I would go to the cinema.”
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reviewed No Action Needed If “it is a good read” is correct, is “they are good reads” grammatically correct?