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Quite common it is to see such labels on packets of goods at grocery stores. Get a free luxury soap with this shampoo bottle. Not just packets (I understand that every millimeter of space is i …
asked Jul 8 '14 by Maulik V
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Today, the buzzword in technology is 'User Experience Design (UX Design)' I'm aware of the meaning but then is it grammatically correct? Wikipedia mentions it here: User experience design (UXD o …
asked May 14 '14 by Maulik V
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I'm married with two kids Is that expression written here correct? Or it should be with a comma? I'm married, with two kids If none of those are common, is it better to say... I'am marr …
asked May 14 '14 by Maulik V
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The adjective beta (in technology) means something which is still not finalized. Beta (adj) - Preliminary or testing stage of a software/hardware product. Now, I have observed many websites/soft …
asked Jan 18 '14 by Maulik V
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Google NGram shows the usage of 'Someone else' way above the phrase 'Somebody else' especially when searched for the results of a past few decades. Is there any difference? Do we use somebody in a s …
asked Dec 16 '14 by Maulik V
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There is a chart for anything. The chart that lists top 5, 10 or 20 anything. Busting is probably used to show the impact of that something on the chart. The thing which is on the TOP of the list is c …
asked Jun 25 '14 by Maulik V
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I'm a big fan of yours simply means that I'm a fan of whatever you are known for. So, if you are Serena W, I'm talking about your mastery on tennis. If you are Justin, I'm fan of your art of sin …
asked Jan 22 '16 by Maulik V
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We generally wish people on festival putting a simple-yet-convincing word happy. Surprisingly, in India, anything can be wished putting 'happy' before any word that brings a holiday in your office ;) …
asked Apr 18 '14 by Maulik V
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I'm uploading a picture here because I cannot provide the link of the article. It's a tweet wherein the poster has to write a tweet manually. The main article does not have the sentence in concern. …
asked Nov 26 '14 by Maulik V
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What I know about 'made from' and 'made of' is this: Chairs are made of wood - the wood is still wood, you see that AND Paper is made from wood -wood disappears, you don't see wood What I know …
asked Dec 10 '14 by Maulik V
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One of my clients advised me to use 'incorrect' over 'wrong' in content writing. I didn't ask him about it but want to have clarification here. What I understand is the word 'wrong' is pretty insult …
asked Nov 11 '13 by Maulik V
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What comes at the place of 'X' is really fun to learn - a) Obesity clinic - the clinic where obesity is treated. After some time, obesity is gone. b) Diabetes clinic - the clinic where diabetes …
asked May 15 '14 by Maulik V
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This has actually happened with me! This is the conversation I had with my teammate: Scene 1 (11 am): "Well, this is to be finished earliest possible." "Okay Maulik, this'll be done. It's easy. …
asked Mar 18 '14 by Maulik V
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See various definitions here: Built-in (adj): included as part of something and not separate from it. In-built (adj) is used less frequent: Meaning is the same as above. (So, both can be used t …
asked Feb 1 '14 by Maulik V
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I know this is possible: The detective recovered a personal diary from the scene of crime. The diary reads - "I'm committing suicide" But then what if it's an audio tape? The detective recov …
asked Aug 7 '15 by Maulik V

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