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Mike Philip
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With 'the' or without 'the': one's enduring committment to communities where it operates

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2k views

"Half" or "Half of"

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209 views

Ocean or Oceans

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"regardless of time or place " VS "regardless of the time or the place"

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285 views

plural or not: 'the incidences of' VS 'the incidence of'

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with 'the' or not: 'in areas of' VS 'in the areas of'

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"an" or the before an attributive clause

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825 views

With "an" or without "an" before additional : an additional units [duplicate]

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plural or single objects following 'the requirements of...”?

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'Plural' or 'the + single': 'challenges the installer faces' VS 'challenges installers faces'

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plural or singular after "what": "What movie(s) do you want to watch?" asked Ella

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937 views

I hope that someone would or could help me out

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Can 'never' replace 'not'

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Mixed tense in one sentence

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112 views

the difference "I hate it if..." between "I hate it when..."

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' a brazen woman like you ' or 'brazen women like you'

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619 views

Choking voice or Choked voice

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Is 'what for' identical to'why'

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782 views

Choose 'in the dim light' or 'under the dim light'

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95 views

"in an era of” vs. “in an era with"

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128 views

"get around regulation" VS "get around regulations"

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348 views

"express congratulation to someone for" VS "express congratulation to someone on"

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32 views

"the pressure of population " VS "the pressure of the population"

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28 views

"development of U.S.-Chinese trade relations" VS "development in U.S.-Chinese trade relations"

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32 views

"environmental work" OR "environmental protection work"

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38 views

"the Chinese and American people" VS "the Chinese and American peoples"

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"position in many markets" VS "positions in many markets"

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5k views

'bring to the fore" VS "bring to the forefront"

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857 views

"be responsive to" VS "be adaptive to" VS "be receptive to"

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830 views

"Automatic" VS "Autonomous" [closed]