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revised Someone who does not like excess
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Apr
28
comment Can one say “buy from $100”?
Off topic: neither of us are native speakers
Apr
28
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Apr
28
comment Cant figure out which one is correct
You drive a hard bargain. But, no.
Apr
28
comment Cant figure out which one is correct
You mean answers. You ask a lot of questions.
Apr
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awarded  Peer Pressure
Apr
28
comment Cant figure out which one is correct
Why don't you take a stab at it?
Apr
27
awarded  Yearling
Apr
27
comment How to describe someone whose voice or way of talking creates an anxious or uncomfortable feeling in others?
"Unsettling" is a good one.
Apr
27
comment How to describe someone whose voice or way of talking creates an anxious or uncomfortable feeling in others?
You could use the word coarse here.
Apr
27
comment Punctuation of the Expression “The Works”
Looks and sounds good the way you have it.
Apr
27
answered “Attitude should be professional looks need not to be” is it grammatically correct?
Apr
27
comment “Attitude should be professional looks need not to be” is it grammatically correct?
Maybe this is better: "You should always have a professional attitude, no matter what you look like."
Apr
27
comment Cant figure out which one is correct
The way you've worded your question, it appears to be a school assignment.
Apr
27
comment “Attitude should be professional looks need not to be” is it grammatically correct?
Are you trying to say, "One should always have a professional attitude, regardless of the way they look" - ?
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Apr
27
comment What non-religious expressions can I use instead of “Thank God”?
Not something your typical American would say.
Apr
27
comment “Attitude should be professional looks need not to be” is it grammatically correct?
Please explain your question a bit more. It is not grammatically correct.
Apr
27
comment Someone who does not like excess
All things in moderation.