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accepted Usage of “though” in formal writing
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comment Usage of “though” in formal writing
Thank you for your answer. Could you clarify your position on the use of "though" in formal writing, though? Avoid it as a general rule?
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accepted Hwat, hwere, and hwy?
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comment Hwat, hwere, and hwy?
Yes, wh, sorry.
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comment Can you say “hyperbolizing”?
That's what I wanted to know. If the reader would feel like I'm trying show off or whatever. I want a fairly neutral word for this. We have a great word for it in Swedish. With English though, I can only read the definitions in the dictionary, but never have an idea of how the word actually "feels".
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comment Can you say “hyperbolizing”?
Where does it say it's rare? OED: hyperbolic.