1) Although there are positive aspects to being educated at home....
The sentence lacks the main clause. If I don't want to cite that clause here, am I right to use "..." at the and of the auxiliary (subordinate) clause? Is Aspect always followed by to? No. E.g. The different aspects of a scheme; the southern aspect of a building.
2) What is the phrase: make an observation about is? More contexts?
3) I'm looking for a phrase that expresses the audacity of the owner of the house (landlord, isn't it? No necessarily. He could be the property manager.) towards the guest when he says:" You should walk out here by yourself, I won't show you the way out of the house". Am I right to use "I won't see you out" here? IS there any other way which says:" You should walk out here by yourself"? E.g. Please leave; Get out of my house; Youíre trespassing; I want you out of this place; Get out of here. Walk the hell out of here. Get out of my face.
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