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[SOLVED] When do I use "can" or "could"?

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[SOLVED] Is it correct to say "I kindly request you to..."?

  • 2012-12-31 14:30:37
  • Thale
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  • Tags:   adverbs politeness

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[SOLVED] How do native English speakers respond to "Thank you"?

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[SOLVED] May you please explain this?

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[SOLVED] What's the deal with "thank you kindly"?

  • 2012-01-24 01:28:08
  • Daniel
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  • 10 Score
  • 4 Answer
  • Tags:   adverbs politeness

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[SOLVED] "you" versus "You" as polite form of writing

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[SOLVED] Can "Mr", "Mrs", etc. be used with a first name?

  • 2012-01-07 11:32:06
  • Roger S Pearce
  • 126472 View
  • 9 Score
  • 8 Answer
  • Tags:   politeness

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[SOLVED] What is a less offensive synonym for "hypocrite"?

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[SOLVED] Is "grammar nazi" politically correct?

  • 2011-04-20 18:32:46
  • Trufa
  • 14376 View
  • 17 Score
  • 8 Answer
  • Tags:   politeness

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[SOLVED] In what cases should I use a comma after "please"?

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[SOLVED] Are greetings and salutations redundant in an e-mail?

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[SOLVED] "Toilet", "lavatory" or "loo" for polite society

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[SOLVED] How should I address a professor in the US?

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[SOLVED] "Good night" or "good evening"?

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[SOLVED] Is “nice to meet you” an appropriate online salutation?

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[SOLVED] Madam vs. Ma'am

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[SOLVED] What happened to "You're welcome?"

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[SOLVED] Is "not at all" still alive and doing well?

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[SOLVED] Is it acceptable to drop the comma in "Thanks, John"?

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[SOLVED] Alternative expression for "xyz Nazi"

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[SOLVED] Is either "can" or "could" more polite?

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[SOLVED] "Would" vs. "Will"