As written, there is very little difference. In a lengthier exchange, the word "can" could be used for emphasis or it could be used to show less certainty than the second.Originally Posted by bmo
I would not use the singular form (1) for a series of numbers.Which of the following are correct?
1. Here is a lucky lotto number for you, 22, 23, 11, 4, 8, 49.
1. Here is a lucky lotto number for you?
2. Here are lucky lotto numbers for you?
3. Here is a set of lucky lotto numbers for you?
#2 is OK, but some would use "the" or "some" before "lucky".
#3 is fine. It could also be "list", "series", "group", etc.
A colon would be best. A dash would be second. The comma would be third. The period would be wrong.After "for you," the punctuation should be:
1. A comma?
2. A period?
3. A colon?
4. A dash?
withoutThe six numbers should be:
1. In quotes?
#! would be best. "I am under a lot of stress" is more natural.How to express degree of stress when stress is a noun?
1. My stress level is high?
2. My stress is heavy?
"Thank you" or "Thanks".Thank.
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