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comment How to phrase “two companies being the most successful one in their respective countries” as a noun-phrase?
So the 2 sentences I made are not grammartically wrong, just don't indicate what I meant, right?
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accepted How to phrase “two companies being the most successful one in their respective countries” as a noun-phrase?
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asked How to phrase “two companies being the most successful one in their respective countries” as a noun-phrase?
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comment Differences between “now”, “present”, “recent” and “current”
should I just delete this question or is there a way to move it to ELL?
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comment Differences between “now”, “present”, “recent” and “current”
then how about using ~ instead? (don't know how to call this symbol)
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revised Differences between “now”, “present”, “recent” and “current”
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comment Differences between “now”, “present”, “recent” and “current”
@Kris What's ELL? Got it.
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comment 'I knew you are John's brother' vs 'I knew you were John's brother'
It reminds me this: I knew you were trouble - by Taylor Swift