I know (1a) = (1b) = (1c):
(1a) John worked at the factory, as did his grandfather.
(1b) John worked at the factory and so did his grandfather.
(1c) John worked at the factory and his grandfather did ...
Workers should be included in the planning for new factories or the introduction of robots into existing plants , so they can participate in the process.
I personally think that the comma before 'so' ...
Is he the prime minister?
a. Yes. He has been for the last ten years.
b. Yes, He has been so for the last ten years.
I think response (a) is grammatical and response (b) is not. It seems to me that &...
The entire motivation for networking was so people could sit at their
dumb terminals and, instead of accessing only their local mainframes,
access totally different mainframes.
"Splitting water into
oxygen and hydrogen makes spacecraft fuel, so
ice-rich asteroids could become interplanetary
What is the main idea of the sentence (before so) "Splitting ...
Can anybody tell that which one of the following is correct?
He is not as good as his father.
He is not so good as his father.
When conveying some negative sense, I have always seen/watched (movies,...
When I was speaking, I said, "There is so much of administration to do." Someone said to me that I have to say it as "There is so much administration to do." Is she correct? Why can't I say, "so much ...