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Both are asking about the placement of something, but you will get a different kind of response from either. What is it near? For example, if you are asking where a grocery story is located, p …
answered Jun 13 by katatahito
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Grammatically Correct 1 - None of these are grammatically correct to me. Part of the reason is the "first ... and then ..." construction. It sort of forces a parallel structure so I am expecting it t …
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Consider the opposite: Dr. X is everybody's idea of a safe pair of hands Consider a group of people and each has an idea, or image, in their mind of what a safe pair of hands looks/acts like. Th …
answered Jul 26 by katatahito