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accepted The usage of “with whom”
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comment The usage of “with whom”
@WS2: Thanks for the suggestion!
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asked The usage of “with whom”
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awarded  Curious
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accepted Does “to pursue this research as a joint collaboration” sound natural?
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asked Does “to pursue this research as a joint collaboration” sound natural?
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comment Explaining the structure of a thesis
Thanks Drew. Of course, there is more than that in the abstract (but not sure it would be of interest here ;-))
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asked Explaining the structure of a thesis
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comment Does “Much of the work towards this end” sound natural?
Ok, thanks (+1)
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comment Does “Much of the work towards this end” sound natural?
Would "towards this goal" sound better?
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accepted Does “Much of the work towards this end” sound natural?
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comment Does “Much of the work towards this end” sound natural?
I thought "towards" was british while "toward" was american... thx
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comment Does “Much of the work towards this end” sound natural?
Thanks for the comment. The example By @Gary in his answer brings some context.
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asked Does “Much of the work towards this end” sound natural?
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comment Usage of “In present-day”
OK, I'll change accordingly
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accepted Usage of “In present-day”