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comment Which is correct: “for you who loves knowledge” or “for you who love knowledge”?
Mind elaborating the reason for the downvote?
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answered How to say “along the way” when I mean it literally?
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comment When it's OK to omit “where?”
This answer applies to the OP's question, and it's basically the same as snailboat's answer, I just answered first and used wording that everyone understands. There is no reason for the downvote @Colin Fine
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answered What word suits best: Who are my friends or Who my friends are?
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revised Which is correct: “for you who loves knowledge” or “for you who love knowledge”?
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answered When it's OK to omit “where?”
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comment appearance phrase question
Hmm I didn't expect the question mark to be part of it. It would be Does it give her face a peculiar charm?
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comment How do I say that I am certified in something in a personal statement?
Whoops I meant Microsoft Certified but you get the idea.
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answered How do I say that I am certified in something in a personal statement?
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answered Difference between “Education Institute” & “Institute of Education”?
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comment appearance phrase question
@Jim German is even more flexible. You can string a lot of words together and it will still be grammatically correct. Can't do this in English, but I just wanted to say it :)
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answered appearance phrase question
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comment Can retransmit be used as a noun?
I don't see anything related to communications jargon in his question. If he wants an answer on jargon he needs to tag the question with Jargon
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answered Curious about “but with” in a sentence
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comment Swim into the water
"Jump into the water means to enter the water feet first after being airborne ("flying" through the air)." Incorrect. Jumping into the water is a generalisation of all the ways to jump into the water. You can jump into the water with a triple salto and a 360 for all I care. It's still jumping into the water. Also, his question is whether Diving and swimming into the water are synonimical to eachother. Which they aren't. He hasn't said anything stating that he's going to jump in head first.
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comment has just had or just had a baby
I have returned from my epic quest for reputation to give you an upvote :)
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answered Can retransmit be used as a noun?