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Jun
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accepted “Fight with the grape”: what does it mean?
Jun
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asked “Fight with the grape”: what does it mean?
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awarded  Popular Question
May
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comment Can “so” and “very” be used together?
Just a note: I find expressions such as "so very funny" are hyperbolically humorous. This sounds as an tongue-in-cheek exaggeration, so I would use it only in these situations. OTOH, I am no English expert and my opinion may be wrong, but this seems to be the case to me nonetheless.
Mar
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accepted “I and someone”, “me and someone” or “I and someone we”
Feb
29
revised “I and someone”, “me and someone” or “I and someone we”
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Feb
29
comment “I and someone”, “me and someone” or “I and someone we”
I used "someone" as a placeholder, this is not the real sentence (which uses "my partners" in place of "someone").
Feb
29
asked “I and someone”, “me and someone” or “I and someone we”
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Jan
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Jan
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accepted How to say that someone will execute none of two actions
Jan
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revised How to say that someone will execute none of two actions
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Jan
29
comment How to say that someone will execute none of two actions
This only works if the options were previously presented. Is it not possible to present both options in just one setence with subordianted clauses?
Jan
29
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29
comment How to say that someone will execute none of two actions
RedDwight, I clarified the question a bit. Do you think it is a possible duplicate yet? I am used to Stack Overflow, it is a bit harder to know how to ask questions about English and I don't know if I am doing something wrong...
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Jan
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asked How to say that someone will execute none of two actions