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"I do have a couple of questions, though" "I have a couple of questions, though" Both are correct when you add the comma before 'though'. Hi everybody, I always hesitate between the two: 1. Here is a couple of questions. 2. Here are a couple of questions. I would prefer 2) but I think. I'd like to ask a few questions on grammar. 1. In spite of a comparatively scarce population Canada is amongst the seven most developed and.
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You ask a question or a favor of someone. But also consider whether your wording is clear and succinct. “I want to ask a few questions of. Best Western Plus Dana Point Inn-By-The-Sea, Dana Point: "I have a couple of questions regarding the " | Check out 7 answers, plus reviews and If you play it safe and use "couple" to strictly mean 2, then you will never have anyone correct you whereas using it to mean more than 2, you do.
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Best Western Plus Dana Point Inn-By-The-Sea, Dana Point: "I have a couple of questions regarding the " | Check out 7 answers, plus reviews and Hi everybody, I always hesitate between the two: 1. Here is a couple of questions. 2. Here are a couple of questions. I would prefer 2) but I think. Some grammar sources say either, but others prefer 'couple of. Ask me a question or send a topic suggestion in the Comment section or by.
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I don't think you could idiomatically use 'lies' here. Even if the lounge is on the ground floor, it sounds odd. So does the 'thing that lies' have to be a whole?
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