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comment Is “auditory aid” correct when talking about helping someone through audio signals?
Thanks for the suggestion Cameron. It was so obvious I now feel stupid :)
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comment Is “auditory aid” correct when talking about helping someone through audio signals?
Because an audio signal might not necessarily be an aid. I want to use it in a title like : "Auditory & Visual Aid". Just being too picky I guess..
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comment Is “auditory aid” correct when talking about helping someone through audio signals?
haha, sorry for not being more clear, pedestrian signals was what I meant as well
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comment Is “project in hand” correct?
Great, thanks a lot!
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comment Is “project in hand” correct?
I was actually trying out a variation on the expression : "the problem in hand". That is why I used in. In UK English the expression "the problem in hand" is correct as well. But will the expression "the project at hand" or in hand" make sense anyway? Is it correct?
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