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Apr
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revised “Why can I not” vs. “Why can not I”
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asked “Why can I not” vs. “Why can not I”
Apr
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accepted Is it correct to say “Can I enter if don't have a ticket”?
Apr
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comment Is it correct to say “Can I enter if don't have a ticket”?
@MamtaD, I just want to know if sentence A is correct grammatically, though I understand yours are more appropriate.
Apr
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revised Is it correct to say “Can I enter if don't have a ticket”?
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Apr
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asked Is it correct to say “Can I enter if don't have a ticket”?
Feb
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Jan
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accepted “Short for” vs. “Stands for”
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asked “Short for” vs. “Stands for”
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Dec
20
asked Which word is more appropriate to express “How it works”?
Nov
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asked “He returns home next Sunday” vs. “He will return home next Sunday”
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accepted “He will come back in two hours” vs. “He will come back after two hours”
Nov
19
revised “He will come back in two hours” vs. “He will come back after two hours”
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Nov
19
asked “He will come back in two hours” vs. “He will come back after two hours”