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Jan
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comment Which is correct - “most quiet” or “quietest”?
You may have updated the link but your source still does not back up your assertion. The word 'quietest' is found nowhere on the page you've linked to. Can you copy and paste the source, into your answer next time?
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accepted Can an infinitive phrase itself be used as a proper sentence?
Oct
14
comment Can an infinitive phrase itself be used as a proper sentence?
Thank you. I just looked at the link that you provided. I think it will be enough. Who is the authority on what is an incorrect sentence anyway? I've seen the craziest shenanigans being passed for acceptable.
Oct
14
comment Can an infinitive phrase itself be used as a proper sentence?
I would personally just exchange the period with a semicolon . But it's not that easy. I have to be able to show proof that this is wrong. I believe it is wrong. I need to see the linguistic rule from a reputable source that says this is wrong. Otherwise it is just an opinion and I cannot influence the teacher I'm in contest with.
Oct
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Oct
14
comment I work on Friday vs I work on Fridays
After having time to think about what I'm asking, I've realized that the original question needed a complete overhaul. If anyone has a sited reference with a weekday in singular form used with the simple present, I'd be very thankful.
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Oct
12
comment I work on Friday vs I work on Fridays
Sorry. Deleting the transcription was a mistake. The picture I uploaded directly to this site so it is not linked. I the answer cannot be simply a matter of how someone feels is correct or not. I'm grading a paper that is being disputed and I need evidence to make my case.
Oct
11
revised I work on Friday vs I work on Fridays
example sentences were confusing the question.
Oct
11
comment I work on Friday vs I work on Fridays
I have to have evidence backed by a PhD to support the answer. Otherwise it's just speculation. This has to do with students grades.
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comment Where should the period be put when an entire sentence is quoted at the end of a sentence?
How can we trust this answer when there is no reference given?