Darius Miliauskas
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"On this subject" or "in this subject"
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As far as I understood subject stands for a person/human being, so, in this subject. If it stands for a topic, then on this subject, even prefer of this subject, however, you should modify your ...

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What follows a mass noun followed by a list with several items?
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Equipment is gloves and glasses. Equipment is an uncountable noun.

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Proper word for "understood"
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A possible suggestion: clear - You're being clear. If you want to express empathy with the speaker (as opposed to a more intellectual understanding), you can say: I feel for you. Feel for - ...

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Discerning between when and while
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Both of them indicate same-time (synchronous) activities, however, there are some differences: "When isfollowed by a clause with an activity that (1) is a short interruption, or (2) occurs at ...

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Choosing a name for one of a website's sub-menus
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Company profile is an OK title for your menu. While the titles for the elements in the software is chosen, the prepositions are usually omitted.

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How to refer an entity that has name in a shortened way?
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The method Foo is acceptable in the context of programming. You can also add quotes: The method "Foo".

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"to a bit of what is all around you". Is it grammatically right?
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There is not usual word-order here as far as it is poetical text, however, grammatically it looks correct. Help yourself to + noun-phrase. Looking from syntactical point of few, here it is a noun ...

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Use of "thus (far)" with past perfect
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thus far is an idiom which means up to this point, so far. Yes, it is ok to use it with Past Perfect since the beginning of the sentence has also the Past Tense, the meaning is about the past.

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Go Down In A Notebook
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go down in history as is an idiomatic phrase which is used in the certain context, of course, this phrase is very popular. go down in her notebook is another phrase which is used in another context, ...

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Go Down In History
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go down in history is an idiomatic expression, so any clause can be used after it. I found some examples of using it with the "as-clause" in the BNC (British National Corpus), so, it is correct and ...

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Should I say "also surprised" or "surprised too"?
Accepted answer
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Both are ok, but your first sentence is more written than spoken. "Also is commonly used in writing, but is less common in speaking." (Source: http://dictionary.cambridge.org/grammar/british-grammar/...

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U.S. college courses naming system -- how does it work?
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ECO has the meaning of "economics".

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Present Perfect in this construction?
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The present perfect because the subject looked back on actions in the past from the present, and it included "now". "Now" was not excluded, still there is a connection to the present.

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"So am I" or "So do I"?
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Since the question contains the word "belong", then "So do I" is more preferable. As an auxiliary we use do for most verbs (except not for be, will, have got and modal verbs), therefore, do is ...

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can "Ok" be used as adverb in "I am doing OK?"
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Yes, OK (or okay) can function as an adverb (meaning in a satisfactory manner or to a satisfactory extent) or an adjective. Actually, it can be the exclamation, the noun, the adjective, the adverb, ...

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What is "a very proper wife" referring to in this sentence?
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It means "She will become a very proper wife." make is the synonym/has the meaning of become in his context. make and become are synonyms in a particular context.

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Meaning of Sentence Using Is/Are or Exist?
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We exist, and others are living. The sentence means that you are not living, you just exist. Basically, it has the meaning that you live worse than others. exist has the meanings: have ...

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What is meant by the verb "to be"?
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to be is the infinitive form of this verb, all other forms you mentioned they are just grammatical forms of this verb. For example am/is/are the present forms. You cannot say I to be...: you say "I am....

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What is the difference between matter and substance?
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Cambridge Dictionary Online suggests these meanings: Substance - material with particular physical characteristics, e. g. What sort of substance could withstand those temperatures? Matter - ...

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Is "most people" singular or plural?
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It depends on the context. The noun "people" can be used as the singular (refer to all the individuals of a tribe or a nation or a country or an ethnic group) or as the plural (refer to a group of ...

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Capitalization rules when the sentence begins with a number
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The sentences, which starts with numerals, are not necessary capitalized after them. The capitalization can occur following some rules for titles but then all the notional words are capitalized in ...

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Is a comma required after "Researchers"?
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The possible choices how to correct your sentence: Researchers (Sprecher and Regan 1996) found that males typically feel more positively about losing their virginity because it removes an undesired ...

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