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    [General] Clarificaion required when relative pronoun is used

    The following is a dialogue between a senior and junior in an office during junior's first day 1) Senior told Junior: I will introduce you to a couple of people, who you have not met yet, who will you be working a little more closely with. 2) Senior told Junior: I will introduce you to a...
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    [Grammar] Meaning and Usage of words - to whom and to them

    Would like to know the difference between the usage of the below given two requests. Can you please provide a list of students to whom the uniform yet to be given. Can you please provide a list of students to them the uniform yet to be given. Thanks in advance.
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    [General] Usage of by - required or not

    I read in a novel a line "My dog does not keep the neighbors awake barking at night" Here, my question is that why is "by" not used before barking? ie "by barking" at night? Can anyone clear my doubt with explanation. Thanks in advance.
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    [General] On your Right or At your Right

    Hi, When giving direction to a person that how to reach a particular place I had a small doubt, which I mentioned below. Can anyone please clear it. "On your right, take the first narrow street" or "at your right, take the first narrow street" - Which sentence is correct? My another doubt is...
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    [Grammar] "All" - Singular or plural? - Which be verb to be used?

    Hi All, Which "be" verb to be used after the subject of "All" - example sentence are given below. 1) All are having sufficient water 2) All is well is "all" singular or plural? Thanks in advance. Regards, Damodaran J
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    [General] Which sentence is correct

    Hi all, "I saw you coming" or "I saw you were coming" - Which one is correct? If one sentence is not correct, please explain the reason. Thanks in advance, Regards, Damodaran J
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    [General] Usage of progressive tense

    Hi All, Greetings!!! Can anyone please clear my doubt which i am having in the following sentence. "I had trouble finding somewhere to park" In the above sentence, after the term trouble "finding" is used. My doubts are 1) can I use "in finding" instead of "finding" - 2) is my sentence...
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