Questions tagged [controversial]

This tag is for questions where [controversy](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/English_usage_controversies) exists among different respected authorities about what is the right answer. Different fluent speakers disagree about what is correct formal usage; for example, whether to say **faster than I** or **faster than me**. Proponents of both sides can often point to respected authorities and prior usage to justify their conclusions.

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Is it okay to say “I wrote this article after reading many data”?

What I want to say is that I write an analysis article about global population growth, and I worked on that with some public data. But I want to emphasis that I read a lot of data. Can I use "many" ...
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In which class do you study? Which class do you study in?

In which class do you study? Which class do you study in? Which one is the correct sentence, and why? Explain it in detail. Why the preposition is used at the end of sentence, and in the ...
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“than I” vs. “than me” [duplicate]

Between you and me Suhani is intelligent. Neither he nor his brother can walk faster than me. Whom did you mean to hurt by your unkind remarks except Sita and me? In these sentence book uses me (...