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Fri 13 Dec, 2019 10:03 am - Ms Sylvia Lim, like many Singaporeans, loves to eat and drink. Shouldn't it be "like many other Singaporeans" instead? Thanks. (view)
Fri 6 Dec, 2019 05:41 pm - [quote="InfraBlue"] Yes, they have the same meaning. [/quote Manu thanks. (view)
Fri 6 Dec, 2019 11:30 am - He had molested and raped his daughter on many occasions[b] from when she [/b][b]was 12.[/b] He had molested and raped his daughter on many occasions [b]since she was 12.[/b] Do both sentences... (view)
Thu 5 Dec, 2019 07:31 am - Cherrie, I am still waiting for your reply. Could you please oblige? Thanks. (view)
Tue 3 Dec, 2019 12:43 am - Could a BE native speaker please comment? Thanks. (view)
Mon 2 Dec, 2019 02:56 pm - Our car broke down in /at Farrer Road. In British English, which is the correct preposition? Thanks. (view)
Thu 28 Nov, 2019 04:56 pm - Yes, cherries, you're right. It's my mistake. She is the plaintiff, her father the defendant. To you, should it be "a chance" or "a second chance? Many thanks! (view)
Thu 28 Nov, 2019 12:47 pm - After learning about a case that was withdrawn because the plaintiff would not testify in court, he asked his daughter the next day to give him a chance and do him a favour that would change his... (view)
Wed 27 Nov, 2019 07:00 pm - Many thanks to all of you. (view)
Tue 26 Nov, 2019 07:53 am - A government paediatrician in Sarawak, who requested for anonymity, said: “(Being) short-staffed is an understatement". Is "for" needed? Thanks. Read more at... (view)
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