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revised “I am looking for soaps” or “I am looking for soap” - which one is better?
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comment “I am looking for soaps” or “I am looking for soap” - which one is better?
@Grantly I don't want to be turned into soup ... or, heck, soap for that matter... or roasted, or grilled. The life a chicken is tough.
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comment “I am looking for soaps” or “I am looking for soap” - which one is better?
@Grantly Nope. I had chicken soup on my mind -- my constant fear.
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answered “I am looking for soaps” or “I am looking for soap” - which one is better?
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revised Comma required to avoid syntactical (but not semantic) ambiguity?
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comment Comma required to avoid syntactical (but not semantic) ambiguity?
@JimReynolds Good point, I changed the example. I'm solely concerned with comma versus no comma.
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revised Comma required to avoid syntactical (but not semantic) ambiguity?
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asked Comma required to avoid syntactical (but not semantic) ambiguity?