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redun­dancy

Am won­der­ing if these have redun­dancy in them: This episode is extra deadly. The food here can’t be beat.

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Drank vs. Drunk

This one’s dri­ving me crazy. Is this cor­rect: Drunk as a fine pow­der dif­fused in liq­uid, matcha tea.… I’ve read all about past per­fect and present per­fect being “drunk” but I still really don’t com­pre­hend if it’s present per­fect. I want to say it is “drank” as a fine pow­der but […]

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H

Good Day, I was just won­der­ing as one was hav­ing a lit­tle debate with one’s aque­in­tance. What, may i ask goes before “H” or “S”. Is it “an” or “a”. Also how is the Letter H pro­nounced. Kind Regards, David

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“an” or “a”

Which is cor­rect, “an” opos­sum or “a” opossum?

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Plural pos­ses­sives?

The cost of this cleanup will likely be placed on tax­pay­ers and ratepay­ers shoul­ders, despite the fact that Should tax­pay­ers and ratepay­ers be pos­ses­sive? Alternatively, can I just leave out shoulders?

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