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This tag is for questions about whether something obeys the rules of grammar in English. The question must INCLUDE THE SPECIFIC GRAMMATICAL CONCERN. If your question is about grammar itself, please use the "grammar" tag.

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In this case I want to match a predicate — a function whose result is always true or false — against a set of number. As an example, given the numbers from 1 to 10, the predicate would be responsible …
asked Oct 1 '12 by utxeee
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I found the following sentence while reading technical documentation but the use of "to which" doesn't seem right, which expression would you use here ? Returns a list of lists where the elements …
asked Jul 11 '12 by utxeee
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Possible Duplicate: “Angry with” vs. “angry at” vs. “angry on” Can the preposition at in the following sentence be replaced by with? I'm mad at you. In my mother tongue we say that we …
asked Jul 19 '12 by utxeee
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If I want to question someone about for how many hours a computer is turned on and running - and by the time of the question it is still running - which of the constructions below is more appropriate? …
asked Oct 2 '13 by utxeee
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My point here is trying to explain why the message issued is not correct according to the operations allowed ahead. However, I'm in doubt about the bold part, is it grammaticaly correct or is there an …
asked Dec 17 '12 by utxeee
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I want to say that I have time to do the homework only on Sunday and on no other day. So can you help me choose which of the following sentences are considered idiomatic and common for native English- …
asked Feb 20 '13 by utxeee
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This change has no impact in the system's current behaviour. Is the preposition in grammatical here? I think we should have used on instead: This change has no impact on the system's current …
asked Aug 3 '12 by utxeee
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Can you explain to me when it is more appropriate to use it or one in the following sentence? One/it should warn about the conflicts. I don't think there's a big deal using one or another beca …
asked Jul 2 '12 by utxeee