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15 votes
5 answers
2k views

A sentence with listing items: How to remove the ambiguity?

6 votes
3 answers
1k views

"a" or "the" article before a compound noun

3 votes
1 answer
81 views

Is it correct to refer to a single " (double quotation mark) in plural?

3 votes
2 answers
2k views

One vs. single (when we talk about amount)

2 votes
1 answer
59 views

Whether to use a definite or indefinite article when we talk about punctuation marks?

2 votes
1 answer
29 views

"... should be separated by ... from" or "... from ... by" instead?

1 vote
2 answers
30 views

A section in a document for things that you haven't time to think in which section of the document to place them [closed]

1 vote
1 answer
22 views

Delimited, separated, delimited out, separated out

1 vote
1 answer
28 views

'Creating a footnote or (an) endnote reference'

1 vote
1 answer
52 views

"that are known" vs. "which are known"

1 vote
2 answers
46 views

Is it really a bad idea to follow "then" with a comma without adding "and" or replacing the comma with the semicolon?

1 vote
1 answer
105 views

"This" vs. "The current"

1 vote
1 answer
59 views

Are sometimes vs. Sometimes they are [duplicate]

1 vote
1 answer
162 views

Miscellany vs. Other things

1 vote
1 answer
31 views

Oxford comma when two last items in a list are "merged" into a single one by omitting the repeated word

1 vote
1 answer
10k views

"for only" vs. "only for"

1 vote
1 answer
102 views

Refer vs. specify vs. mention

1 vote
2 answers
60 views

Omitting pronouns like "it" or "they"

1 vote
0 answers
41 views

Otherwise, do it

1 vote
2 answers
94 views

Omitting "there is"

1 vote
2 answers
93 views

To move the beginning of the sentence to its ending

1 vote
1 answer
55 views

More **state** and more complex

0 votes
0 answers
44 views

"Something that is used to ..." - Is it a correct noun phrase?

0 votes
1 answer
44 views

To follow a prepositional phrase with an imperative one

0 votes
1 answer
29 views

"Use the approach that you like more"

0 votes
1 answer
118 views

"Use them" vs. "Place them"

0 votes
1 answer
44 views

"Use them only where it really makes sense to do so."

0 votes
3 answers
59 views

Is it OK to say "use nothing"?

0 votes
1 answer
58 views

"A cheat sheet {that shows|showing} the most used irregular verbs"

0 votes
2 answers
75 views

"Use X, not Y" in passive voice [closed]