Regarding capitalization (or not) of the seasons of the year: What is correct for a...
statement such as: In Fall 2010 or in fall 2010?
Thanks so much!
by ericak 8 years ago
Could you please publish the correct capitalization rules for the following sentence?Dr. Jane Doe, director of the Department of English, co-authored a book. Should the Department of English be in caps?
by L a d y f a c e 3 months ago
Which one is right? "None were hurt" or "None was hurt" ?The statement was "None were hurt". Someone said that the word "none" is a portmanteau of "no" and "one"; and that since you wouldn't say "no one were hurt", you shouldn't...
by securityproducts3 2 years ago
Is there a difference between an opinion and an informed stance on a subject?
by suncat 6 years ago
Which statement is correct? Love is: 1. Everywhere 2. Hurts 3. Like chocolate 4..4. All you want 5. Better than chocolate.Pick one or more or write your own.
by Syed Hunbbel Meer 6 years ago
Which statement, from the following, will be deemed as correct?1. Following are some of the major advantages of tuning up your car.2. Following is some of the major advantages of tuning up your car.
by aka-dj 10 years ago
Deception. Does it exisit? If it does NOT exist, there ends the discussion. But if it does exist, what is it, what does it do and HOW can you tell?Truth is always in despute. Some say there is "absolute truth", others deny it. So many today say truth is "relative". If that were...
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