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Who is the best engineering team - question

So, today we had a discussion about the following question, which is the title of a competition proposal in our company: "Who is the best engineering team?" The discussion was about whether it should'...
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'Have you got home' or 'Are you back at home' or 'Are you at home now?'

Hi I'm just asking my girl friend if she's come back from the party. I want to ask get if she's at home now. Are the following sentences correct? 1-Have you got back home? 2-Are you back at home? 3-...
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Does “newslet” exist?

I was quite sure I've heard people talking before about "newslets", or "media newslets", but the dictionaries list no such word. Am I talking about media outlets or something like this? Does the word ...
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Are “how long” and “how much time” the same?

which one is correct, coming from a pupil: How long do we have for / to do the exercise?" or: "How much time do we have for this?" I think that in the first question, the verb "have" does ...
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What does this mean and is it correct to say so?

I have a text in english, the context is about electronics. this is a sentence : This work has a unique perspective based on the wind farm participation, through inertia control. 1- perspective ...
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“Understand?” or “Understood?”

I often hear people in their conversation when a person is checking if the other understands what he mean, he raises a question with only 1 word "Understand?" But sometimes, I also hear people in ...
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Do “who” questions not get auxiliary verb? [duplicate]

Normally, if I want to build a question about someone's verb, then I know the following formula. building of statement. Adding auxiliary verb in the beginning of the sentence and make it question. ...