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Expression / idiom / slogan to say you will be in advance of the others in global competition

Is there an expression/idiom/slogan to say : "thanks to us you will be in advance of the others (in technology/business)". I was thinking of "Be ahead of" or "Get ahead of", but i don't know ...
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Correct use of comma in “Hamburgers first, the rest second”

A slogan for a hamburger bar I saw was "Hamburgers first, the rest second" meaning that they (hamburgers) are considered above all else. Is this a comma splice and should there be second comma "...
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Correct wording/spelling for our company's new slogan [closed]

I work for a small company (located in Italy) which makes websites and sells/repairs computers. Right now we are in the process of creating a new logo and updating our slogan / corporate design. My ...
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The linguistic term for the slogan structure

Recently I've seen this slogan. Its spelling and pronunciation are a bit unusual: "Nice to meat you" means "it's nice to provide you with some meat dish", but it sounds like "It's nice to meet you"...
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Let's become queen and king together on prom night [closed]

I am trying to make a sentence for a prom night party. It is kind of slogan. Is the sentence below good? If not, could you give some alternative versions. Let's become queen and king together on prom ...
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“Be Best” - is the grammar right?

On May 7th 2018, Melania Trump unveiled her new First Lady platform and the slogan for the campaign is Be Best. The aim would be to focus on physical, social and emotional health, she said. (source) ...
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Should this sentence include a comma?

As a sort of company slogan, does the following sentence require a comma - or would it be acceptable - after "good places"? "Making good places great places."
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Is this grammatically correct? “Us with You” [closed]

Is this slogan correct?: "Us with You" "With You To Win Every Challenge" It's from an Italian website translated to English. Sounds a little strange to me.
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What is the meaning of a party/event with the slogan “jingle&mingle”? [closed]

What will happen at this party? Is it something with musik or marketing?
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“Love Trumps hate”? [closed]

I noticed a slogan in the past presidential election: Love Trumps hate. At first I thought "Trumps"referred to people who supported Trump, and a "what" was omitted. Only "Love what Trumps hate" made ...
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Why might “proud” be correct in a slogan and not “proudly”?

In the movie Great Dane Marmaduke, someone says, "Say it loud. Say it proud." But proud is an adjective, whereas the sentence really needs an adverb, proudly. Perhaps the same applies to loud as ...
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“Adding motion” usage in sentence/slogan [closed]

english is not my tongue language and I am working on a new viral content website, where I am trying to come up with slogan. Would be correct to say: "Adding motion to your daily boredom"
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Is “War needs heroes” grammatically correct? [closed]

It's intended to be used as a slogan of a war-type game. Should the subject be "war" or "a war" or "wars"? And what the verb form should be accordingly?
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Can “is” be used with plural nouns? [duplicate]

I'm creating a short slogan describing a website's functions. The website consists of a photos storage function plus discussion boards. This is an attempt to put it shortly: Example.com is photos ...
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Should you use first word capitals for an advertising slogan used in a descriptive, adjectival way?

If you're using a slogan in a sentence to describe something in an adjectival way, should the first letters of each word of the slogan be capitalized, or not? For example: Nike has a 'just do it' ...
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China's new little car aka “The Highway Suppository” by VW [closed]

China's New "Little Car" aka "The Highway Suppository" Here's a one seater car that will get you back around on the cheap. This $600 Volkswagen's car gets 258 mpg, 109.687 km/l or 0.9 litre per 100 ...
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'Fine Results' is fine?

I'm currently working in a slogan and my outcome so far is something like Fine Results, Simple Methods However, by googling "fine results", the search results shows me that there is little to ...
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What's the origin of the “Dare to …” pattern for slogans?

There are many slogans stated as an imperative of the form "Dare to X", where "to X" is an infinitive phrase. This typically exhorts the listener to do X, without fear or hesitation. It may ...
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“Your chance to dream has arrived” - National Lottery. How do you read this?

To me, that means: I can start dreaming after buying a lotto ticket. This is weird because without the lotto ticket, I can have my day-dream anyway. Shouldn't this be something like "your chance to ...
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“He for She” or “He for Her”?

Of course we all know that when a personal pronoun is the object of a verb or a preposition, it must be an objective pronoun. My question here is about the choice of a nominative pronoun in the ...
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does the slogan “furniture made by makers” make sense? [closed]

I am working on a slogan for a new furniture website that will feature furniture made by different individual makers and English isn't my first language, so I was wondering if this slogan made sense: ...
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Can “plan work” be used in a slogan?

I would like to use the slogan "Plan work. Track time." for a product I'm working on. However, I'm a bit alarmed by the fact I get virtually no search results on Google for "plan work", which gives me ...
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Can I say “something in your vibe” as an alternative idiom to “to vibe with something.”

I am searching for a slogan for my website named "Vibeware", and as you might have guessed, it is about software (the name itself being a result of playing around with the first letters in my name ...
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“Less for more” or “More for less”?

I don't know if this belongs more to User Experience. Pardon me if it does. Which is more suitable for kind of a slogan: Less for more - The word less refers to the prices and money, more refers to ...
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grammatical use of “that”

I'm making a slogan for a website and I really would like to use the word "that" in it. example slogans stuff that you would say cool stuff that you would say amazing are these slogans ...
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Adapting to OR Adapting with

I wish to have a slogan for a software company. The slogan that I thought of is something like "Adapting to your Changes" What I want to say with that slogan is, our company adapts well with the ...
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Meaning of “My high kicks are not done in a line!”

My high kicks are not done in a line! The above sentence appeared as a legend in a T-shirt I saw once. It accompanied the caricature of a soccer player warming up, but I didn't get the pun intended. ...
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Term for phrases that almost rhyme but are orally rhythmic

When thinking of short slogans or sayings there is great value in having something that is fun to say and has good shape, but not necessarily directly rhyming. If the rhyme is too literal, it tends to ...
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Make a slogan sound native [closed]

My friend contacted me to help him to translate a slogan into English. The slogan is for the company, that is manufacturing food under its own brand. And the slogan in Russian ("едим сами, кормим ...
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“Leadership is our drive. What's your?”

Here, you may find a call to arms of sorts by the Swedish most prominent telco. I was born Russian, and I live in Sweden, so English is just about my third language. And so the following line does not ...
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Is “New and Improved” an oxymoron?

It irritates me that advertisers often claim a product is "New and Improved". Surely, if something is new (ie, has not existed previously), it can't be improved! And vice versa!
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“I'm lovin' it”

How normal-sounding is the slogan "I'm lovin' it" to native ears? I know it sounded quite odd to me when I first heard it — and it still sometimes does —, but I can't even tell why. Sure, love is ...
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Is Apple's Old Slogan, “Think Different”, grammatically incorrect?

Not too long ago, Apple Computer used the phrase "Think Different" as an ad slogan. Is this a grammatical error (that is, it should be "Think Differently"), or are they trying to say something else (...