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revised do you pluralize the singular possession of a plural group?
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Dec
11
asked do you pluralize the singular possession of a plural group?
Dec
5
comment “Segue through” vs “Segue into”
That's what I thought. I just wanted confirmation before arguing with "an experienced writing coach" :)
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asked “Segue through” vs “Segue into”
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Sep
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comment Is a smiley at the end of a sentence like a period?
Thanks for your answer. Having the smiley after the period looks wrong somehow...
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revised Is a smiley at the end of a sentence like a period?
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asked Is a smiley at the end of a sentence like a period?
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answered A word or phrase meaning the utter failure of a work product
Jul
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comment “Sleep in” versus “Sleep out”
I've seen the phrase "to sleep oneself out" in American English to mean "to sleep until one doesn't need to sleep anymore," but that doesn't sound like what the OP means...
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comment How to deal with quoting a grammatical error?
Good point. Thanks for your input.
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comment How to deal with quoting a grammatical error?
Thanks. That's just what I was looking for. I knew it was something like that, but I couldn't remember what.