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Dear Paolo: Is it "to speak OUT on something" or "to speak UP on something"? If both are possible, do they mean the same thing? *** They mean the same thing. EXAMPLES: Jack decided to SPEAK
Dear Paolo: Consider the following statement: I was also a tutor for the Open University between 1975 and 2010. During that time I have also written a number of books on writing and study skills
Dear Paolo: Should I use "even if" or "even though" in the following sentence? Brandi loves clubbing all night with her friends, even if/even though her boyfriend John hates it. *** "Even though"
Dear Paolo: I have three more questions to ask. 1) First, don't you think that it's better to say "Will you get me?" rather than "Will you come get me?" just because it's a shorter way to convey
Dear Paolo: If I want to use "Will you come.....", should I say, "Will you come TO get me?" or "Will you come AND get me?" Regarding punctuation, in the above sentence, does the first comma (the