Tag: formal-language

21 "fits" or "suits" my needs? 2013-04-24T12:01:43.983

15 How to write "just so you know" politely in formal letters? 2013-12-02T18:49:53.580

14 In a letter, what is the most polite way to ask for a quick reply? 2013-04-01T07:59:34.953

10 Omission of definite article in Indian English 2015-05-27T13:19:12.237

8 Two Grammatical questions over sentences extracted from The Economist 2017-02-27T07:34:50.390

7 Which tense to use in an academic paper when referring to past research? 2016-05-23T11:39:20.030

7 "Please Find Attached or "Please Find Enclosed" in a formal email? 2016-07-07T12:34:10.280

7 What should I call a person sharing knowledge in school that is not a teacher? 2017-02-11T01:22:24.163

7 How to point out that something is written as intended and not an error? 2017-12-13T09:16:43.100

6 “in the meanwhile” vs. “in the meantime” 2020-04-22T19:43:22.323

5 How to ask someone when they will submit their work in an e-mail 2013-03-03T23:28:50.483

5 What is the most formal, polite and expressive way of saying 'Thank You'? 2015-05-28T19:03:27.160

5 "Is it okay for you?" Is this phrase considered formal in school/college setting? 2016-02-08T20:57:25.737

5 "I would like to inform you" vs "This is to inform you" - which is more formal and polite? 2016-02-16T06:52:56.903

5 Naming a section on responsible persons in a study report 2016-08-03T13:18:10.437

5 Non-binarist "Dear Sir or Madam" 2017-07-05T19:52:01.750

4 Is it grammatically correct to use "while" in this context? 2013-11-05T22:15:25.667

4 Is tricky a formal word? 2015-04-03T06:32:46.640

4 A formal way to request for updated information in business email writing 2015-09-12T13:06:53.597

4 Omitting subject in formal business letters: "We thank you for.." vs. "Thank you for.." 2015-09-19T02:24:31.023

4 Writing a letter to two persons who are not a couple or married? 2017-01-06T06:38:40.470

4 Do these two questions mean the same? "Did you not want to gain weight?" and "Didn't you want to gain weight?" 2017-07-06T04:13:34.857

4 Is it informal to use "so on " in the article? 2019-02-16T13:58:20.600

3 replace "more and more" by something more formal 2013-10-13T15:43:38.190

3 How should proper nouns from another dialect be handled? 2014-10-08T00:31:41.360

3 Certification of Declaration meaning 2015-04-07T20:20:38.437

3 Avoiding subject repetition in the body of a business letter 2015-11-02T20:39:58.520

3 Use of contractions in formal writing 2016-02-28T19:08:37.267

3 How to use 'Give it a look/Give a look (to)'? 2016-07-15T11:34:41.160

3 What is a "target language"? 2016-10-09T20:16:28.080

3 Can "trustable" be used in IELTS Academic writing? 2016-12-05T19:05:36.273

3 Is there a name for a type of letter where the writer asks an institution to provide a service? 2017-02-16T21:09:28.403

3 Correct word order of “An article you are a co-writer of”? 2017-04-11T15:43:56.383

3 "future problems" or "problems of future" - which phrase should I choose and how should I place the articles? 2017-07-12T10:52:44.800

3 Formal word/phrase for the informal question tag "right?" 2017-12-29T05:29:59.287

3 does "what does she do?" always mean "what is her job?" 2018-01-20T11:05:27.940

3 Some clarifications are needed about the grammar of Elliptical Structure 2019-03-26T14:03:46.013

3 Workaholic Formal/Informal 2019-03-29T15:47:30.407

3 Are contractions discouraged in formal writing? 2019-08-09T15:32:11.720

2 What should I call a mixture with the consistency of pancake batter (before cooking)? 2013-05-13T19:24:46.387

2 "long-run" or "long run"? 2013-11-03T22:49:35.890

2 "interested" or "interesting" in this context 2014-01-03T10:57:27.063

2 Formal intensifiers for apologies 2014-02-28T05:29:17.047

2 Looking for a formal word has the same meaning of "well done" 2014-08-26T06:24:14.217

2 A resume can have a title as RESUME? 2014-12-12T07:12:46.413

2 In formal writing, what are alternatives forms of "I look forward to talking/hearing with/from you"? 2015-05-06T15:25:52.027

2 Will perform, will be performed and are performed 2015-07-02T15:06:17.640

2 How to explain a mathematical process? 2015-12-02T18:08:21.453

2 Do I need to put 'the' in 'Brightman has released the Harem album'? 2016-05-10T15:02:37.307

2 "The results demonstrate" vs. "The results have demonstrated" or "The results demonstrated" 2016-07-21T05:55:50.327

2 Have the newspapers started using Informal Language? 2017-02-26T17:52:04.630

2 Can I say "the author" in a scientific paper to refer ot myself, the author? 2017-03-16T18:36:05.770

2 presence vs. honour 2017-03-29T15:26:46.183

2 Formal letter: what is the English version of "En attandant votre réponse, veillez croire, Monsieur, à l’expression de ..." 2017-05-13T00:21:08.510

2 How to ask if someone will contact A instead of requesting that they actually contact A? 2017-05-25T14:10:13.077

2 There {is/are} a car and a bicycle in the yard 2017-06-16T19:27:13.227

2 Last vs last for with time 2017-07-31T11:59:36.257

2 we wed, we wedded, we were wed or we were wedded? 2017-09-02T02:22:40.417

2 What is the correct use of 'Many a'? 2017-11-28T22:23:08.037

2 Ask correctly about something in the future : "Will candidates get accommodation ?" 2017-12-25T21:15:49.203

2 The meaning of 'formal' 2018-01-08T22:19:35.803

2 "to who may have done this" vs. "to whom may have done this" 2018-01-12T04:35:07.173

2 Is it OK to use "heck" in public occasions? 2018-07-12T02:59:40.833

2 Meaning of "a Richard Snary" / "a Given Name" 2018-11-21T21:06:41.743

2 What is your idea about using "practicalize"? 2019-01-03T17:29:24.883

2 "Are you hearing me" Vs. "Do you hear me"? 2019-05-18T13:45:43.153

1 "The opportunity for [x]" or "the opportunity to [x]"? 2013-11-03T17:35:41.963

1 "admit" vs "admit of" 2014-07-30T05:26:29.550

1 how do I phrase this sentence formally? 2015-02-22T10:03:40.940

1 Grammar doubts about dedication and aknowledgements sections of my thesis 2015-07-15T10:51:26.517

1 past and present tense confusion 2015-07-22T08:14:40.463

1 Formal words for "can" 2015-08-17T08:27:51.437

1 "To open a discussion"? 2016-03-08T16:04:08.873

1 Specific wording to describe an object's surface 2016-03-10T12:11:57.463

1 "Conforms" or "Complies" as a table record in an official quality check document 2016-08-02T03:14:04.177

1 How to ask the following question in polite and formal manner? 2016-11-05T03:14:42.040

1 formal way of saying "get a feel" 2016-11-30T06:46:48.320

1 At the end of the day 2016-12-30T00:43:39.123

1 Is it correct to say that the "statement has its own merits and demerits " 2017-02-01T06:30:59.230

1 Do I need an article for these items? 2017-02-23T03:14:50.277

1 Correct phrase: "advantages in using data" or "advantages of using data"? 2017-06-03T04:10:28.273

1 Is this passage natural for a native-speaker? 2017-06-17T06:35:47.363

1 Spoken English in real life 2017-07-21T22:40:47.723

1 Which of the following sentences is more formal for the end of the e-mails? 2017-08-23T11:11:51.787

1 The use of bullet points in formal writing 2017-10-30T13:27:42.647

1 Is "self-proclaimed" negative word? 2017-12-04T06:59:28.410

1 Gender neutral Mx. without a name 2017-12-05T13:07:49.837

1 Include to do or include doing? 2017-12-21T16:46:02.997

1 What is the correct collocation for holding classes as a teacher? 2017-12-25T13:04:06.620

1 "have you ever gone to" to ask past experience 2018-02-07T02:41:28.447

1 Verb ing to form meaning 2018-04-29T14:56:13.283

1 Leave / take leave - keeping in mind the context 2018-05-03T06:42:30.650

1 How to address a person, whose gender is unknown, in the email body? 2018-07-21T19:27:25.733

1 Meaning of "By way of information" 2018-11-01T18:36:05.333

1 Using 'a' multiple times after commas and 'and' 2019-01-02T09:32:28.813

1 Formal connectors of results ("in this way", "hence", "thusly" and "as follows") 2019-01-30T13:00:09.597

1 How do I make something more formal? 2019-02-08T20:31:15.427

1 How to say "does this make a difference?" more formally? 2019-03-05T10:06:16.940

1 What to write in mail if someone asking to reply to confirm 2019-03-12T12:04:49.657