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comment When do you use “learnt” and when “learned”?
Fantastic, thanks. I learned lots from this post!
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revised “Trainer” is to “trainee” as “mentor” is to what?
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comment “Trainer” is to “trainee” as “mentor” is to what?
Ok I suppose what I trying to say is that using the term student or pupil implies a context outside of the business environment?
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asked “Trainer” is to “trainee” as “mentor” is to what?
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comment Is it ok to start a sentence with “also”?
This reminds me of that scene from "Curb your enthusiasm". A conversation with Mel Brooks. "How do these things work, Andreas?" And he said, "Or you got it or you ain't." I said, "You're Greek, Andreas. We don't start sentences with 'or' in America."
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accepted Which is the correct wording when describing a question?
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comment Which is the correct wording when describing a question?
I don't understand how the question isn't clear enough?
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comment Which is the correct wording when describing a question?
Jeez harsh crowd, no need to down vote, maybe give some guidance as to what I can do to improve, they aren't this rude over at overflow.
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comment Which is the correct wording when describing a question?
Updated it now.
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revised Which is the correct wording when describing a question?
Updated as full sentences.
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revised Which is the correct wording when describing a question?
used google.com as example of the idea...