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accepted Can the adjective “squalid” be used to describe a person?
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comment Can the adjective “squalid” be used to describe a person?
@DanBron thanks, that's all I wanted to know. If you write your comment up as an answer I'd gladly mark it as accepted.
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asked Can the adjective “squalid” be used to describe a person?
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comment Which is grammatically correct: “woke up by the…” or “woke up to the…”?
As a non-native English speaker (German) I'd back Bill on this. The first sentence is awkwardly mixing active and passive ("Sophia woke up" is active, but "by the rattling sound" is passive). Bill transformed the first sentence completely into passive in his answer, which makes it sound much better (at least to me).