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For last year's words belong to last year's language And next year's words await another voice. ― T.S. Eliot


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revised Alternatives to the “on the one hand… on the other hand” construct
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comment Alternatives to the “on the one hand… on the other hand” construct
@dreamer - You can start the pair with "While..." and cut out the 'middleman'.
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answered Usage of “as because”
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answered Alternatives to the “on the one hand… on the other hand” construct
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comment Word for to learn more, expand knowledge, etc
There are lots of words for learn. To learn more requires two words; in the context of your example, learn more is perfect. Other constructions become awkward: educate themselves further, etc.
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reviewed Reviewed Lookin for a word meaning “The things one brings to a meeting”
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reviewed No Action Needed Is there an adverb meaning “now, but not in the past”?
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reviewed No Action Needed What does this “Change” mean in Charles Dickens’ ‘A Christmas Carol’?
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reviewed Reviewed The origin of the term half assed
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comment The origin of the term half assed
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reviewed No Action Needed A word for: someone who is easy to talk to
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reviewed No Action Needed *all of us's friend
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reviewed Reviewed What is the meaning of “put white out on sth”?
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revised What is the meaning of “put white out on sth”?
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reviewed No Action Needed Style of technical warnings. Why is it acceptable to omit verbs?
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reviewed No Action Needed Accent Marks in English
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reviewed No Action Needed 911: nine one one vs. nine eleven
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reviewed Reviewed What does “consound” mean?
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reviewed Reviewed What does “yo-ho-ho” mean?
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comment What does “yo-ho-ho” mean?
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