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    I need a second opinion on this short sentence...

    Hi Teacher ;-) Which sentence is most correct and which one shouldn't I use (if any)? A) The guide deals with skin rashes caused without apparent reason. B) The guide deals with skin rashes caused by no apparent reason. C) The guide deals with skin rashes caused for no apparent reason. Thanks.
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    Is this correct English?

    Quick question - are the following sentences correct English?: This guide will: steer you in the right direction for fastest results, the easiest way. ...other benefits... ...other benefits... Thank you teacher ;-)
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    [Vocabulary] Is this short sentence correct English?

    Is this sentence correct English? "product X was the most one preferably". I have tested a serie of products and found that one product (product X) was better than all the rest. I know you can use other words, but please just tell me if it is correct English or if it sounds weird. Thanks very...
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    [Vocabulary] Can I use these words?

    Hello, I am writing a guideline to patients who suffer from psoriasis. Can I use the words "Internal Treatments" as a title for a chapter about remedies, such as natural supplements, vitamins etc., and "External Treatments" as a title for a chapter about creams, skin cleansers, skin care etc...
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    [Idiom] Does this idiomatic expression sound natural to a native ear?

    *Warning: gross subject!* For those of you who are native speakers of English, is this idiomatic expression correct English? Do you understand the meaning? Is it too descriptive? The text is about acne: "The big, ugly red bumps simply shrank, as if a valve to the pus formation had been...
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