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answered No adverb of controlled?
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answered 'Male'/'female' is to 'gender' as 'left-handed'/'right-handed 'is to…?
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comment “Each other” vs. “one another”
@SteveMelnikoff While this may be true coloquially, just because such phrases are used in practice doesn't make them "correct". I would argue that "one another" is indeed more correct in your example.
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comment Single word for a very small amount of time
Technically speaking, the definition of "instant" is no time at all, so that doesn't quite fit the bill if we're being pedantic. Of course it is often used colloquially in that manner.
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accepted Analogy: “as if” vs. “as though”
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comment Analogy: “as if” vs. “as though”
@ArmenԾիրունյան At the very least, "as though" feels a bit more formal than "as if", but I'm curious to know if there are actually any grammatic/meaning differences between the two.
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comment Is there a generic word in English that means “through time”?
I like that one. ;)
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accepted Is there a generic word in English that means “through time”?