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Regarding the COVID-19 Pandemic

Dear Grammar Exchange members, As we continue our grammar discussions, I want you to know that I am aware that we are all struggling in various ways as a result of the current pandemic and that my heart goes out to all of you. I hope that you and your loved ones are safe and healthy. Although we may not know each other personally, we all know that there is much more to us than the English grammar issues we discuss here. This post is devoted to the dimensions of you and your lives that I know...Read More...
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The second sentence in "A" is the focus and was typed the way it was spoken on the audio. "B" is the same sentence written out to understand the placement of commas as it was explained to me. "C" is my question. A) But over time, that awareness of wrongdoings sort of builds up and you feel compelled to talk about it. And the more you talk about it the more you're ignored, the more you're told it's not a problem, until, eventually, you realize that these things need to be determined by the...Read More...
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Is our execution making sense?

I am confused whether the word "execution" can only be used for " your execution" only or can be used for "our execution" to imply you and I sign. For example: All I need from you is for you to complete the following information at your convenience and I can get the partnership agreement ready for our execution (you and I sign). Full name: Address: Phone Number:Read More...
Yes. I answered your initial question: I am confused whether the word "execution" can only be used for " your execution" or can be used for "our execution" to imply you and I sign. "Our execution" can indeed be used to imply that "you" and "I" sign.Read More...
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During

It's known that during is not followed by a gerund unless the gerund is preceded by a determiner like ( during the playing of the marathon).but what about this sentence from Oxford dictionary ( He suffered an ankle injury during training this week)? Thanks in advance.Read More...
Thanks very much Does this mean we can say: - Stir the mixture during cooking. - I feel tired during running. ( As cooking / running are nouns not gerunds)Read More...
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Would or had in the sentence "Now he would think I'd put her up to it"

Hello! I got a little bit confused about the sentence "Now he would think I'd put her up to it". Is it "I had put" or "I would put"? And if both of them are grammatically possible (in general), then what is the difference in meaning between them? Thank you.Read More...
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will be doing

He will be doing it. He will do it. Whenever I write something , I am always confused about it. What is the difference between them?Read More...
OK, let's say that "He will do it" means "He will answer your question" and that "He will be doing it" means "He will be answering your question." "He will do it" could then be used either (a) as an assurance that he will answer your question or (b) as a prophetic-like prediction about the future. "He will be doing it" can be either (a) a non-prophetic statement about the future or (b) a statement of what will be transpiring at some future time: At 12:33 a.m., he will be answering your question.Read More...
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pronouns

Who is the manager? a. It is the tall lady who left the room a few minutes ago. b. She is the tall lady who left the room a few minutes ago. ----------------------------- Who is the manager? c. It is one of the owner's cousins. d, He or she is one of the owner's cousins. Are (a), (b), (c) and (d) correct in these contexts? Many thanks.Read More...
Hi, Azz, I don't think identifying “it” can be used in the examples above because "the manager" is "he" or "she." "It" can be used to introduce specifying predicates, that is, predicates that reveal the identity of an unknown subject . A: There’s someone in the office / on the phone. Who is it ? B: It ’s the manager. In this case, both the question and the answer can be interpreted as reduced cleft sentences: A: There’s someone in the office / on the phone. Who is it that is in the office /...Read More...
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if only

I don't understand why 'if only' is not followed by a clause, but an adverbial phrase? Is there something left out after 'if only'? It is therefore quite clear that these new sources are of considerable importance, if only because of the energy they emit. Space Observatories Jean-Claude PeckerRead More...
Hi, GBLSU, "If only because of the energy they emit" is an elliptical clause. If we replace the omitted words, we need to add "even" for the resulting sentence to be meaninfgul and idiomatic: - It is therefore quite clear that these new sources are of considerable importance, even if they are of considerable importance only because of the energy they emit. The use of "only" shows that the reason provided might be merely a minor reason. I think another possible paraphrase would be the...Read More...
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past simple or present perfect (worked - have worked)

Hello. Could you please help me choose the correct answer?- Mr Ali has worked in this school since I (worked - have worked) there. Thank you.Read More...
Hello, Ahmed Imam Attia—Only "worked" works as an answer there, but please note that "since I worked there" implies that the speaker no longer works there. Please also note that there are more precise ways of speaking, such as "Mr. Ali has worked at this school for five years" or "Mr. Ali started working at this school five years ago." The sentence "Mr. Ali has worked at this school since I worked there" says no more than that part of Mr. Ali's time working at the school overlaped with part...Read More...
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During

I know that the preposition "during" can not be followed by a gerund, but I'd like to know if it can be followed by a gerund preceeded by a determiner. Can I say, for example, "during my walking ......"? Thanks in advance 🙏Read More...
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in addition to

Hello, everyone, A) Ted is kind. B) He is funny, too. Can I combine above two sentences into one using the prepositional phrase ‘in addition to’ as follows, while I assume ‘in addition’ or ‘as well as’ is much preferred in this context?; 1. Ted is funny in addition to kind. 2. Ted is funny in addition to being kind. 3. Ted is a funny boy in addition to being a kind one. I think 2 and 3 might be acceptable in the above. Would hope to hear your valuable comments.Read More...
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Past simple indication

1- I watched the match at 7:30. 2- I lived in Yale in 2012. Does the past simple in both sentences mean that the action began at that time and may be in progress? Or it had began before and finished at that time?Read More...
Accordingly, we can say that the past simple gives only the start but the action itself finished. Mum cooked lunch at 2. = She bagan cooking at 2, and she already finished some time in the past. Am I right, sir?Read More...
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More recent or more innovations in "more recent innovations"?

More recent innovations in either area tend to spread rapidly to the other (From A Comprehensive Grammar of the English Language by Randolf Quirk). Which word does 'more' qualify, 'recent' or 'innovations'? The context shows that 'recent' is the object of it, but is it possible to understand this without the context?Read More...
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Are these sentences gramatically natural or correct?

Which sentence of the followings is grammatically correct, focusing on inversion grammar? or is neither of followings grammatically correct?? 1) "From absolute truth to relational truth has changed our approach to scientific knowledge." 2) "From absolute truth to relational truth has our approach to scientific knowledge changed.Read More...
Hello, cristian, and welcome to the Grammar Exchange. Neither sentence works. Sentence (1) is ungrammatical; it is almost always impossible to use a prepositional phrase as the subject of a sentence. Sentence (2) is not ungrammatical, but the inversion around the heavy subject is so unnatural that it may safely be deemed incorrect. Try these instead: 3) Our approach to scientific knowledge has changed from absolute truth to relational truth. 4) It is from absolute truth to relational truth...Read More...
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connect to

source Can I drop <is>? It's a huge cave, and this river flows into it, forming a deep lake that is connected to the sea by a long underground river.Read More...
I thought it is possible because the verb, <connect>, can be also intransitive. Thank you.Read More...
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Full stop or comma after No?

Hello, everyone. I was poking around grammar websites when I chanced upon a discussion on whether we should use a full stop (period) or a comma after the word No. Here's the link to that forum: [https://english.stackexchange.com/questions/300421/comma-or-period-after-no] And this is what I read: According to Margie Wakeman Wells: Court Reporting Resource, Books and Seminars on Good Grammar and Punctuation , period should be placed in this case: When the words after yes and no “echo” the...Read More...
Hi, Gilbert, Thank you for sharing what you found. It makes a lot of sense to me. Yes and No can be elliptical sentences and take a period when what follows is a new sentence. In everyday written language (e.g. emails, messages), this rule can be and is often overlooked. But in formal language, there's no reason for juxtaposing two independent sentences just because the first one is only one word. A similar case is that of interjections, which can be followed by an exclamation mark (which...Read More...
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I have a minor question. It is about the sentence "it's no good crying about her failure". If we want to mention "who" cries about her failure in this structure, how can we do? Can we say "it's no good us crying about her failure"? I would really appreciate your response.Read More...
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Can anyone explain to me what kind of conditional is this sentence?

But Pet was the darling and pride of his heart; and if he could ever have championed her more devotedly, or loved her better, than in the days when she was the sunlight of his house, it would have been now, when, as its daily grace and delight, she was lost to it.Read More...
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Some sentences that I don't understand

Hi, can anyone help me to figure out what structures these two sentences are made of: 1) Goods exempt from this tax include books and children's clothes ( "exempt" as adjective) -why it went like "goods exempt from tax"? I thought it need sth like "goods which is exempt from tax". I used to think it's the reduction of relative but actually it should be "exempted " instead. 2) Thai food often is incendiary (= spicy hot) - Why it's not " is often" Thank you so muchRead More...
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Start & Started

May I know which of the sentence below is grammatical? (1) My class is going to start soon. (2) My class will start soon. (3) My class will be started soon,=.Read More...
Hi, Joshua, All three sentences are grammatical. The only difference is that, being passive, (3) suggests that somebody, presumably a teacher, will start the class.Read More...
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only vs. merely?

a. He can get anything he wants merely by uttering a sentence. b. He can get anything he wants by merely uttering a sentence. c. He can get anything he wants only by uttering a sentence. d. He can get anything he wants by only uttering a sentence. Intended meaning: 1. All he has to do to get anything he wants is utter a sentence. Which of the above are grammatically correct and have the desired meaning? I think (c) has a different meaning that is almost comical (The only way he can get...Read More...
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