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On/At/During

Should you say: I vis­ited my grandma ON Thanksgiving. Or: I vis­ited my grandma AT Thanksgiving. Or: I vis­ited my grandma DURING Thanksgiving. And does this rule apply to all of the hol­i­days (like Christmas, etc.)? Many thanks!

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Adj/adverb usage

Truthfully, that is the WORST lie I’ve ever heard. Use worst or worse or most worst?

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Email mar­ket­ing

Hi Judy, I am try­ing to mar­ket to gov­ern­ment con­trac­tor offi­cials and want to design an email cham­pagne to attract more busi­ness. Do you pro­vide this type of ser­vice? Thank you, Cesar

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Talking to or speak­ing with?

When con­firm­ing a con­ver­sa­tion, which is proper: It was my plea­sure (speak­ing with) or (talk­ing to) you today. Thank you!

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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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