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accepted Is there any difference between these two sentences?
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comment Is “Lingo” appropriate in a formal context?
@Rhodri yeah, probably you're right. Thanks for correcting
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answered Is “Lingo” appropriate in a formal context?
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asked Is metathesis correct?
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answered Capitalising a sentence whose first word is explicitly lowercase
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comment “How much water do you take a bath with?” — Is this sentence correct?
@christi "How much water do you take bath in" is more weird. Would you say "i bathe with water and soap." or "i bathe in water and soap.". I would definitely say the first one. I won't say it's wrong though but it's more weird than "with", I think both prepositions can be used.
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answered Does responsibility come with consequences?
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comment “How much water do you take a bath with?” — Is this sentence correct?
"How much water do you take bath in" is more weird. Would you say "i bathe with water and soap." or "i bathe in water and soap.". I would definitely say the first one. I won't say it's wrong though but it's more weird than "with", I think both prepositions can be used.
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answered “How much water do you take a bath with?” — Is this sentence correct?