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Why do we say:
"it need hardly be said..."
"it needs hardly be said..."
...And in Br Eng that mood is not used as widely has some people might prefer. Be that as it may (), most Br E speakers would say something like 'There's little need to say...'.
Another one here:
"If Jesus was God, was there now two Gods?"
"If Jesus was God, were there now two Gods?"
"Gods" is plural. There were two Gods. There was one God.
What is the general rule with the "re" pattern. For exemple: reemerge, redo, rethink, etc. Do they go like; re-emerge, re-do, re-think, or always in the former form? When is the hyphen added?
When I use the verb "to trust", do I always need to follow it with the pronoun "that" or not?
"If I have some measure of control over them, then I can trust that my gaze will feedback to me, something that feels good."
"If I have some measure of control over them, then I can trust my gaze will feedback to me, something that feels good."
Are both correct, or only one of them is?
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