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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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From what I understand, hopeful suggestions include: "In case you'll be out for less than a minute, [you will still need to turn on your voicemail]." "If it is the case that it's less than one minut …
answered Feb 16 '13 by livresque
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The Linguafolio project aims to create a standard L2 assessment in the US along the lines of the EU's proficiency description. The Common European Framework of Reference for languages, the European L …
answered Feb 26 '13 by livresque
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"He composed the test himself" or "created." I don't have a problem with "He wrote the test" if there is a little more clarification like "itself" or "He wrote the test specifically for his new stu …
answered Jan 31 '13 by livresque
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No. Other representatives have recently been quoted using the word "posterior," which may sound less crass. "Remaining on one's ass" seems to be the equivalent of "sitting on your ass" in that you ar …
answered Feb 27 '13 by livresque
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Yes. "Before" serves as a correlation/correlative conjunction and functions like a coordinating conjunction in this case, which would allow you to omit repeating the SV.
answered Feb 11 '13 by livresque