6 Answered Questions for the topic register

06/19/19

When should we say 'Thanks' and when, 'Thank you'?

While I'm communicating with my colleagues and clients, I used to say 'Thanks' and 'Thank you'. I normally use 'Thank you' when I want to express it to a single person usually through e-mails,... more

04/27/19

What are sentences like "the longer X, the more Y" called and can they be used in formal written English?

What is the type of sentence exemplified below called? Is it appropriate to use it in a scientific paper and formal written English in general? >**1.** The more pronounced the variation,... more

03/24/19

What is the formal way to say “a bit”?

What is the formal way to say *a bit* in an essay, for example, in the sentence beginning “It is **a bit** different from”? Is *a little* formal enough?

03/18/19

which group I belong to vs to which group I belong?

1. I don't know which group I belong to. 2. I don't know to which group I belong. Which one of the sentences is true? --- Note: An answer was given to this question when it still read "I... more

03/18/19

Why can't だ be used after an I-adjective?

I have been constantly told that だ can not be placed after an I-adjective. Why is that?

03/18/19

What is the formal way to say “a bit”?

What is the formal way to say *a bit* in an essay, for example, in the sentence beginning “It is 'a bit' different from”? Is "a little" formal enough?

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