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Using imperative form as a Product Feature

OP mentioned that he was preparing his RGB Keyboard Product's features. But the sentence are starting with a verb (imperative sentences) Change the colors from the app on the phone by connecting via ...
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On the path, through the path

The mountainous path through which he traveled I borrow @FumbleFingers pipe/ conduit metaphor, which is a great tool to help us imagine: The path is under thick cover of overgrowth throughout its ...
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Using would in a doubtful situation

Short answer to your question is if it's uncertain but a real possibility we use 'will'. Looking at your examples though, we have two different uses of 'would'. #1 'would you help me' is a polite ...
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Degree or extent of something

So as an adverb:. OP's enquired about 'si' used as an adverb. Ref. Cambridge dictionary so + adjective (so difficult), so + adverb (so slowly). We often use so when we mean ‘to such a great extent’. ...
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Poetic construction - phrases placement

In the early 20th century the influential "modernist" movement had as one of its tenets the view that the syntax of poetry should be closer to that of everyday speech. So, while it is true ...
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Poetic construction - phrases placement

Anything is allowed in poetry! Forgive me if we get a little philosophical. What is language? What is the point of it? The point of language is communication. I have a thought, and I want you to know ...
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"That" and its relevance

Yes and no. It makes a slight difference but the end result is the same. The point of "that" is that it specifies. Let's take a simpler situation. Let's say I take you to buy a cupcake out ...
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Should I use type or type of in this sentence

criminal-type mentality versus criminal type of mentality OR criminal kind of mentality
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Second conditional?

Second Conditional - If clause has a negation A: If the sentence didn’t include the word “please”, the sentence would suggest I am a rude person. (The context is that the sentence includes the word “...
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There was x There is

You should bold one more part of your examples: #1 Let's face it. We all knew that there was no chance he could win the battle against that terrible disease. #2 Let's face it. We all know that ...
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Dropping "is" / "are" with dropping "that"

I'm probably stating the obvious, but in all three, the assumption is that they are followed by a list of examples. Examples that are not intended to be used in real documents: Unicorns Mermaids In ...
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What is the difference between exactly the same and the same?

Let's talk about the words and then about the ideas. When you add "exactly" to a statement, you mean that whatever your saying is true in very precise detail. Opposites would be expressions ...
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What is the difference between exactly the same and the same?

"the same" and "exactly the same" are the same but not exactly the same. In most things there are core or essential features or characteristics and incidental characteristics. To ...
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