Ambiguity (which / who vs. that (extra information = which or who (comma),…
which / who vs. that
extra information = which or who (comma)
defining the previous noun = that (without comma)
put them immediately after the noun
something in general - no article
a/an = one, unspecific
the = this, particaular, specific
respectively = bzw.
at the end of the sentence (with comma)
for clarifying how items are related to each other
and f1 and f2 are the constant functions for P and Q, respectively.
i.e. - defining (а именно)
e.g. - for example
try to avoid them
too many of them are to avoid
specific - general (mercury - metal)
for some verbs and adjectives is OK: stress / underline / emphasize / highlight
indicate the subject of an action (who does what)
use by/thus -ing:
by keeping clients satisfied....
use comma to make it clear
will be free the whole of Monday, and (also) Tuesday and Thursday morning.
adequate,appreciable, appropriate, comparatively, considerable, practically, quite, rather, real, relatively, several, somewhat, suitable, tentative, and very
Referring backwards: the former, the latter