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Tue 29 Nov, 2022 12:15 pm - [quote="hightor"] "Better" is the correct usage. [/quote] Thanks! (view)
Tue 29 Nov, 2022 10:50 am - For the sake of simplicity, let's benchmark the Omega Seamaster VS Rolex Submariner. NOTE: These are both excellent watches but let's see which one is the best watch for you. Should it... (view)
Sun 27 Nov, 2022 08:15 pm - He assured them that the Singapore Police Force (SPF) were on the case. Should it be "was" instead of "were"? Thanks. (view)
Thu 3 Nov, 2022 07:30 am - [quote="tanguatlay"] [quote="Mame"] [b]You should read at least one of those Comma links I sent you[/b] before coming here. Commas are sometimes used as an aside, as... (view)
Wed 2 Nov, 2022 06:16 am - [quote="Mame"] [b]You should read at least one of those Comma links I sent you[/b] before coming here. Commas are sometimes used as an aside, as parentheses, to bracket (as Izzy said)... (view)
Wed 2 Nov, 2022 06:07 am - [quote="hightor"] Mary: "How did your sister manage to make that delicious pie without baking soda?" Joe: "My sister, Mary, is clever." [/quote] Thanks, hightor!... (view)
Wed 2 Nov, 2022 06:01 am - [quote="izzythepush"] It's lack of usage, the two commas make the name a separate clause that when removed does not change the sentence in any significant way. 50 years that... (view)
Wed 2 Nov, 2022 05:58 am - [quote="hightor"] And commas can be used to mark natural pauses in spoken language. [/quote]Thanks. (view)
Wed 2 Nov, 2022 05:54 am - [quote="izzythepush"] It's lack of usage, the two commas make the name a separate clause that when removed does not change the sentence in any significant way. 50 years that... (view)
Mon 31 Oct, 2022 12:56 am - [quote="InfraBlue"] The examples do no use "or" or "nor," though. [/quote] It's right! But could you elaborate on your answer? (view)
 
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