• Do you have a sentence that uses "effect" & "affect" properly? For example, I remember the difference between "few" vs "less" with: "Less crime; fewer police" (i.e., use "fewer" when you can actually count; use "less" otherwise). Another example is ...
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    Could any one tell me what is the difference between American English language and British and Australian English Language? Thanks Emotion: smile
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    I have questions regarding the subject of this sentence: Recasting of the sentence is needed. (gerund + adjectival prep. phrase) The recasting of the sentence is needed. (same as above). Is the article allowed? Why? Recasting the sentence is needed ...
  • I am to write about stereotypes in British English and Scottish English and have made this thesis, but I am not satisfied with it. It must be possible to say the same thing clearer than this below. Do you have any suggestions, please? (of course, ...
  • Hello, Could you please kindly explain the difference between the words 'which' and 'that' for me? For example in this sentence: There is a house which is red. can we replace which with that ? Like: There is a house that is red. Is there a difference at ...
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    Please help me explain the difference between these two sentences: He's gone to the beach. He's been to the beach. I actually know the difference but I don't know how to put them into English words.
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    I often get confusion when to use would and when to will. And I also see different flavors of would used in different contexts. I will list the sentences one by one. I hope you'll please help me understand. 1) If you don't take good care of this ...
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    I don't know whether we should use the definite article in the following sentence. Are there any native English speakers who can answer the question? If both can do, what's the difference here? Thanks. 1.Roses in this garden are beautiful. 2.The ...
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    I'm so confused which sentence I should use. What's the difference between them? I'll see you after an hour so you may continue to paint your wall. I'll see you after an hour so you may continue painting your wall. Is there any difference?
  • I am editing a technical report and among other things changing the tense of the document from future to past. This involves changing the "will be" in sentences like "The results will be modified to improve the overall organization of ..." to ...
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