The Top English Grammar Tips From A–Z
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- Anyone who cannot make it for the meal is welcome to come for the dancing, etc., afterwards.
- If you would like to donate cakes, buns, etc., it will be greatly appreciated by the club.
- Outwardly it does not appear to be a mosque because the pulpit, arches etc., are made of wood.
- Axing this job would mean that some of the essential work, such as street cleaning etc., could be retained.
- So I can control all the firewall rules, virus updates etc. from the server.
- I feel that using technology for offsides, penalties, etc. would be unrealistic.
- Perhaps if they had done some research prior to giving up their jobs, lives etc. they might have been better off.
- Do you keep some type of planner, organizer, calendar, etc. with you, and do you use it regularly?
- Many stage characters have mothers, brothers, etc. who appear on stage often in the same scene.
- Just think of the pensions cut short or never paid due to early death from lung cancer, etc.?
- I often wonder how postmen, milkmen, window cleaners etc., cope with a call to nature.
- What does research into the effects on fish, plants and wild animals, etc. show?
- I came home via work to collect car and laptops, etc. for the office in Darlington.
- You call her back, express regrets etc. and organise for her to pick up a house key from another friend.
- An email letting people know how to deal with the latest viruses etc. sounds logical to me.
- There is no need for householders to dump items of furniture etc. in back streets or elsewhere.
- I rely on my income to pay the mortgage, etc. and I couldn't afford to give up my job.
- This means that any time the song is used in films, TV shows etc. royalties have to be paid.
- The terms of the agreement will usually specify what charges etc. may be payable.
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