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May
12
comment Should we include or leave out the preposition “on”
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May
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revised A question about date
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revised A question about date
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May
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comment A question about date
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May
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comment A question about date
Thanks for your answer. Just wish to know whether the construct "What date is today ?" is used at all by native speakers.
May
9
comment A question about date
Thanks for your comment. On second thought, should we consider spoken and written English separately for an answer?
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Apr
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revised “his” may be more suitable but why is “him” not ok ?
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accepted “his” may be more suitable but why is “him” not ok ?
Apr
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comment “his” may be more suitable but why is “him” not ok ?
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asked “his” may be more suitable but why is “him” not ok ?
Mar
12
accepted Difference between “eat rice” and “have rice”
Mar
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comment Difference between “eat rice” and “have rice”
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Mar
6
comment Usage of “Which” and “What”
Need to thank John who pointed out that "favourite" should not normally be used with "most". But I agree with Bill that people can be indecisive in what they like most. Just checked that on an iPhone phone book, users can enter a list of "favourite" phone entries. So, at least on a certain popular mobile phone, favourite can have more than one item
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comment Difference between “eat rice” and “have rice”
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6
accepted Usage of “Which” and “What”