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This tag is used for questions about the proper construction of sentences.

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Yes, it's correct. It's also clearer than "the tip zone of the suction surface of the CTB", because it's more compact.
answered Apr 4 '17 by Epanoui
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We normally use a Perfect tense when we want to: Talk about how a verb before a time of focus on affected that time Talk about a verb beginning before the time of focus which continued until or thro …
answered Nov 23 '17 by Epanoui
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Both are correct sentences. We can interpret "generally managed to annoy everybody" to describe him or to describe the questions. At the party I met a pretty girl who was Italian and was wearing …
answered Apr 4 '17 by Epanoui
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I would use the following: Tall animals, such as the elephant, weigh at least 100 kg. When we speak of an animal as a type in a formal or scientific context, it's common to say "the elephant", " …
answered Oct 25 '17 by Epanoui