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comment Can one say “buy from $100”?
Off topic: neither of us are native speakers
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comment Cant figure out which one is correct
You drive a hard bargain. But, no.
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comment Cant figure out which one is correct
You mean answers. You ask a lot of questions.
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comment Cant figure out which one is correct
Why don't you take a stab at it?
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comment How to describe someone whose voice or way of talking creates an anxious or uncomfortable feeling in others?
"Unsettling" is a good one.
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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.
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comment Punctuation of the Expression “The Works”
Looks and sounds good the way you have it.
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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."
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comment Cant figure out which one is correct
The way you've worded your question, it appears to be a school assignment.
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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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comment What non-religious expressions can I use instead of “Thank God”?
Not something your typical American would say.
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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.
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comment Someone who does not like excess
All things in moderation.
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comment Spelling of numbers and particle “and”
Five million, three hundred seventy-two thousand four hundred and thirty five.
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comment What is called a special academic subject that is pursued by postgraduates after bachelor degree?
You could also use the word focus.
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comment Is the use of 'that if' discouraged?
I prefer the second sentence. Sounds better to my American ears. The first sentence is perfectly fine in everyday speech. The second sentence would be better if you're writing a book IMHO.