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Monthly Archives: November 2016
“as well as” is not a replace ment for “and.” Continue reading
You have to submit your paper at the end of the week and the proofreader called and said he just broke up with his girlfriend and is in no condition to work for a week. What can you do to … Continue reading
Question: When do you use “between” and when do you use “among”? Use between to express group collaboration, whether there are two groups or more. Example: The collaboration between the Universities of Shady Grove, Montgomery College, and Montgomery County … Continue reading