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comment “in every respect” vs “in every aspect”
@BarrieEngland I checked online Oxford Collocation Dictionary and it lists following for aspect: PREP. from the … ~ This scheme is very good from the social aspect. | ~ to the positive aspects to retirement; PHRASES all aspects of sth, (in) every aspect (of sth) The service was excellent in every aspect.
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comment “in every respect” vs “in every aspect”
@TurtlePowered Can you provide some examples where 'in every aspect' is appropriate to use? Or better, if you could modify sentence above so it would be possible to see difference in context.
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Well, I still don't understand how to choose between 'in every aspect' and 'in every respect'. I see a lot of usage of these phrases in google and with aspect it is used twice as often as with respect.
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I'm bit confused. I see following definitions for aspect on dictionary.com: 2) nature; quality; character 5) part; feature; phase . For me they seem to be close to my interpretation of word aspect. Can we say "from the aspect of style" or "from the aspect of grammar"?
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comment Questions in indirect speech and verb tense change
@BarrieEngland both questions and reports were made in speech.
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@BarrieEngland, I have 3rd Edition first published 2004. I've read both units about reported speech and I understand that using past tense is safer and present tense is optional. I just need to know whether my specific answers were acceptable or not.
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