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    Is this sentence correct grammatically?

    'The trembling due to the excitation was quickly replaced by the trembling owing to the cold water.' Contex: A man is (sexually) excited. But he wants to get rid of that excitement. So, he runs to the nearest river ( brook), enters into the water and lays down on the stones. After a while...
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    SOFTLY - antonym

    I am looking for an antonym for the word: SOFTLY in the following context: He kissed her softly.
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    Mister Doctor

    hello, How should I address to an important person: Is it correct to say: How are you, Mister Doctor? or should I say: How are you, Doctor? or How are you, Mister?
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    double negation

    hello, Is the following sentence correct grammatically? I refer to the double negation. Should I omit the word : DON'T? But under no circumstances, we don’t have the right to compel anybody.
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    Does this sentence make sense?

    He wasn’t taken aback by her out of a clear sky question. out of a clear sky=out of the blue=unexpectedly
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    Is this sentence correct grammatically?

    This is the sentence: He was silent for a few moments, looking at her mildly. Context: A man was sitting in front of a woman. They spoke to each other then: He was silent for a few moments, looking at her mildly.
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    Word order problem!

    Which one sounds better? He would have become the prisoner of both wealth and theft. He would have become the prisoner both of wealth and of theft.
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    Sentence beginning with JUST

    Is this sentence correct grammatically? Just their steps could be heard for a while. Context: Narrator: They (a man and a woman) were walking towards the bus station at night. Just their steps could be heard for a while.
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    Is it correct to say:...?

    Is the following sentence correct grammatically? 'What I’ve just listened to was enjoyable.' Context: [My husband played the violin. And after he had finished his performance I went to him and said the above sentence:]
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    The imperative mood!

    Is the following sentence correct grammatically? 'Sing to us, Mr. John!' shouted someone from the crowd. Context: [The event took place at a concert. Mr. John had such a nice voice that when he finished his show someone from the crowd shouted the sentence above.]
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    Word order question!

    Word order problem. Which is correct? Since he came, he has been staying in a hotel on the outskirts of the town. Since he came, he has been staying on the outskirts of the town in a hotel. Thank you in advance, Madox
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    In the following days (comma)

    Do I have to use comma after: The following days THE FOLLOWING DAYS, he forgot about the discussion.
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    Palace's garden or the garden of the palace

    They were walking in the palace's garden/ in the garden of the palace.
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    meet with

    I would have liked to meet with such a man. I would have liked to meet such a man. Which one sounds well???
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    Then, see you tomorrow evening, your Highness!

    Is the following sentence used a formal context? Context: (After the king and his guest have established to meet each other the next day evening, the guest says: ) Then, see you tomorrow evening, your Highness! ( Is there a more formal way to say the previous sentence) thank you in advance
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