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This tag is for questions about choosing the best word FROM A GIVEN SELECTION for a particular context or meaning. The selection to choose from must appear in the question. If you do not know the word already, use single-word-requests.

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Both are correct but only one lends itself to abstract use. Example: You are mixing up international law and private international law. Keep both of them separate. This would not work if you wr …
answered Apr 26 '12 by Eugene Seidel
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You could use Roman numerals to distinguish the different levels, e.g., Intermediate I, Intermediate II.
answered Mar 29 '12 by Eugene Seidel
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A collaborative environment is one in which individuals in the organization work with one another in ways that emphasize (this is a list of largely overlapping synonyms) sharing, mutual assistance, te …
answered Apr 14 '12 by Eugene Seidel
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For part 1 of your Question -- how to display a lack of enthusiasm while accepting the pay raise -- "thanks for your favor" strikes me as rather unidiomatic. A simple thanks, said in a flat tone and w …
answered Apr 25 '12 by Eugene Seidel
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The situation highlights the mismatch between some areas of training and available jobs to/for them. Best is to rewrite the sentence. The situation highlights the mismatch between some areas …
answered Apr 25 '12 by Eugene Seidel