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8 votes

Would a comma be needed before, after or both of the word "hopefully" in this sentence?

3 votes

Meaning of the phrase "Four pounds if he's an ounce"

3 votes

A philosophy where technology is forsaken and nature embraced

3 votes
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why is there a difference in the usage of "neither...nor" in similar sentences?

2 votes

"I teach" vs. "I'm teaching" — which one is proper in this situation?

2 votes
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Present Perfect with the word "ago"?

2 votes
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Is it necessary to discern between 'owing to' and 'due to'?

2 votes
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The noun that describes the object that is targeting

2 votes
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If a clause is a direct object, its pronoun is nominative because the whole clause is the object

2 votes

Using a singular or plural verb after "and/or"

1 vote

"Didn't want to do X until Y happened" vs. "hadn't wanted to do X until Y happened"

1 vote

What do you call a person who incessantly thinks only they are good enough to do something?

1 vote

business competition purposefully attack the competition

1 vote

When to omit "that" and "who"

1 vote

Is there a verb for 'unconditionally beats or takes priority over'?

0 votes

When independent clauses are not truly independent

-1 votes

'for Verb-ing' followed by a preposition

-1 votes
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How and why to conjugate verb with and/or subject

-1 votes

"Criticism" vs. "critique"