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Do we need to change 'and' to 'or' when the affirmative sentence is modified to negative or interrogative?
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After having made some research with the question “Bread, rice and porridge - I don't like them.” how to say? find the summary of the results below. First of all, if you are looking for a really ...

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"the repeated bus stops/ the recurrent bus stops"
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The expressions are not single adjectives but maybe still helpful: many bus stops in close succession many bus stops closely after each other

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Help to understand the sentence
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Based on the answers of Gossar and laugh, now I incline to interpret/complete the sentence as: [One] among the most notable [hackings] targeted Sony Pictures in 2014 as it was releasing "The ...

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Difference between "have never heard" or "had never heard
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The song is no more playing. Hence: "It was great!" or "It has been great!" (At least if the song performance is considered.) With the second sentence you are referring to the period of time before ...

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Don't play the socket. You'll get a shocked
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My version would be (caution, I'm not a native speaker): He took a pen and was going to put it into the socket. "Don't play with the socket! You'll get an electric shock!", I said.

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