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answered What do you call the artwork you first see upon entering a place
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comment What do you call the artwork you first see upon entering a place
The Fénykövi Elephant is the _______ of the Museum of Natural History.
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accepted Word to describe an attribute one would either love or hate
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accepted “Bind” vs. “bond”
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asked What do you call the artwork you first see upon entering a place
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comment Term for marking stating the date or year something was built or established
They're also in coins. :)
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asked Term for marking stating the date or year something was built or established
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comment Is “Agreed.” a complete and correct sentence?
Why is the word in the past tense?
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asked Is “Agreed.” a complete and correct sentence?
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accepted Is “if you're not familiar with X, it is…” or “if you're not aware, X is…” correct English?
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comment Is “if you're not familiar with X, it is…” or “if you're not aware, X is…” correct English?
Sure. As I stated in the bounty: If-clauses are adverbial clauses stating a condition, i.e., "P implies Q." In all these sentences, the Qs are true regardless of the Ps. (None of the examples in your link are good examples to what I'm talking about. Thank you for posting a reference!)
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comment Is “if you're not familiar with X, it is…” or “if you're not aware, X is…” correct English?
@WS2 are you guys moving to Sodbory for yourself, or are you moving for people who don't know?
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revised Is “if you're not familiar with X, it is…” or “if you're not aware, X is…” correct English?
defined correct; added new york times examples