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answered Replacing actually with a more formal alternative
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comment How do I keep up with current written English language?
@RenéVanBelzen: English is different from most other languages. It (She) is far too much of a fashionista who dresses differently in different places and at different times, yet always seems to get it right and never fails to impress!
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comment How do I keep up with current written English language?
@justkt: Now I see the point, I think. "...official version of some languages (France has..." that seems to explain the difference in perspectives.
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comment Interesting and easier-to-read alternatives to the scientific academic article
There is more than one by "Philip Gerard" on: philipgerard.com/books.html
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comment Interesting and easier-to-read alternatives to the scientific academic article
One GoogleBooks instance: books.google.com/books/about/Style.html?id=41LhQAAACAAJ
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comment How do I keep up with current written English language?
Quite likely. However, there are significant differences between AmEng and other dialects in spelling, sentence structure, even the use of words, so much so that many who are not native speakers of AmEng fail to understand correctly.
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revised How do I keep up with current written English language?
sentence structure; removed '?' at end of statement.
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answered How do I keep up with current written English language?
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answered Where would be a good place to start for a 15 yr old who wants to be a writer when she's older?
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answered Origin of Passive Voice or Third Person in scientific Writing