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Reply to someone who says "you are the best"
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It actually matters how you would like to respond. Do you want to be formal or informal. Below i wanted explain how @David's answer made me feel. -No problem (Very commonly used, Informal) This is ...

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How to express "naked" in different situations?
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Naked: is an absolute adjective. Meaning someone, something, some idea or a place is without traditional covering. How you can use it depending on your context : What if she has no clothes from ...

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"5 years experience in" or "5 year experience in" or "5 years of experience in"?
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Here are some facts would make it more clearer: Years are countable so using 5 years would be correct. Oxford dictionary says: [countable, usually plural] age; time of life -He was 14 years ...

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When should we use "Got it?" and "Get it?"
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Only difference between them is the time. Get is the present tense form while Got is the past tense form. -I get the tools. (I am moving to get it) Present -I got the tools. (I already got it)...

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what is the word for things that a method can deliver?
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Deliverable (noun) Something that can be provided or achieved as a result of a process: What are the project deliverables? Tell them what the deliverables are and what they are going to be ...

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Difference between "format" and "formatting"
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The most simple way to explain the difference in your context is; Format: A pattern, plan, or arrangement. "...written in the same format as the original document in Chinese." telling us ...

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Do I need a comma here?
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Comma used to seperate parts of a sentence or items in lists or to create an absence of sound(as a breath mark)! If all the items are applicable to the verb, you can seperate them with a comma, ...

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What is the shapes of 'bent' handrail and 'angled' handrail?
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Bent A curvature from the beginning till the end. Angled A corner in an exact point between the beginning and the end. So what you are looking for if there are certain points in each step between you ...

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at the last festival or on the last festival
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Cambridge Dictionary: AT Used to show an exact or a particular time: -Are you free at lunchtime? -The bells ring at regular intervals through the day. -At no time/point did the company ...

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What phrase is acceptable to say to someone who taught you something new?
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There are many ways of doing it. With positive sentence: Thank you, for I've become smarter. (accepting his help yet you might have done it yourself too) Thank you, for making me smarter. (...

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Use of discharge as Noun
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Let's have a look at Discharge as a noun: Discharge (noun): (PERMISSION TO LEAVE) -Official permission to leave the armed forces, a prison, or a hospital: The judge gave him a one-year ...

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Get up from here
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Here vs There is a matter of proximity. While the teacher is close to the child as an arm long distance: Just get up from here and go sit next to him (while pointing at the person). While the ...

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Observation or observations
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Longman Dictionary: Observation: the process of watching something or someone carefully for a period of time. Collins Dictionary: Observation: is the action or process of carefully watching ...

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Make clear where the reply should be given
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You may use: Please do not reply to this e-mail instead you may use to reply on https://example.org/link/to/the-issue This is a negative directive and directly pushes people to go through that ...

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Accompanied with or by?
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Usage of by in your context has a meaning of near or at the side of someone: A small child stood sullenly by her side. He wanted to keep her close by him always. The policewoman walked ...

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Difference between "likely" and "potential"
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I do believe this is the case; Likely: Possibility of anything to happen based on some actual proof. Potential: A slight chance of anything to happen and has no proof. other wise we won't be ...

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Is this sentence acceptable: I am running faster than you do
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Running: The action or movement of a runner Do: We use do to talk about actions in general, when we do not specify exactly what the action is and According to Cambridge Dictionary do can also ...

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Technical English for HTTP
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As a computer programmer, I would like to suggest usage of: Submitted Request Because with GET request actually you are preparing a form for a client with some predefined options to be submitted ...

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Word-usage "That which" (used togheter) or only "which"?
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Shinning as lucifer, the morning star in the dawn, showing a beauty that is not God's. — That which appears within grasp. Could I say only which ("which appears within grasp")? Yes, you can! "...

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Is "Shark is chasing the blood" Correct?
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How about saying: A shark is after the blood. It doesn't actually define the part where shark finds the source, but pretty much indicates that it follows the blood or, in another meaning, it has ...

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Is "hell no!" impolite?
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Is it impolite? Offensiveness of the context is arguable by how you use it but it surely is impolite; It's always impolite to remind people the things that makes them feel bad. "Hell" is a ...

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Possessive gerund usage
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First of all number 2 is wrong.. On number 3 and 1 it's like; 3: "It's hard to imagine my doing that crime!" -"doing" here is gerund so "my" is correct but it feels a ...

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Regarding a gown: Pull up, pick up, lift up, hike up, hitch up, hold up?
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To be exact in the meaning of holding some clothing up hike fits better into the situation yet it is less commonly used. Hike: a book example: others would hike up their gowns to expose ...

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Using not to <verb> or to not <verb>
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Actually both are usable but the mostly used fluent way of doing it will be "not to < verb >" I moved slowly, not to wake my parents. Because what you are not trying to do is waking your ...

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When to use "bon appetit"?
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Appetite(noun) the feeling that you want to eat food: All that walking has given me an appetite. I won't have any chocolate, thanks. It will spoil (= reduce) my appetite. I haven't got ...

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How can you say that a sensor system uses three different types of sensors?
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Divergent (Adjective) -Tending to be different or develop in different directions. Divergent thinking! I would suggest you to use something like: Triple divergent sensors Defining both 3 ...

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