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comment Proper tense and form of questions
@Cerberus, hope that will do the trick.
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comment Correct placing and usage of “yet”
@DanielĪ“, do you know a good guide/reference on English language punctuation?
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comment What is the correct punctuation for an indirect question?
I doubt that people like to be treated as slaves. IMHO: it greatly depends on the person (and result of whatever you say to him/her), but generally, being in the middle (no slavery, though, not as if you had a halo) works well. :)
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comment What is the correct punctuation for an indirect question?
It includes, that issue is now frozen or something like that. I prefer my variant cause it means that person should be working on that particular task at the moment and should have reached some progress. Tastes differ though. :)