Kay Sayce

What Not to Write - A Guide to the Dos and Don’ts of Good English (New & Updated)

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  • doncehaikuhas quoted8 years ago
    “We plan to be a well-run, profitable company.”
  • Neha Singhhas quoted8 years ago
    When you’re giving an estimate of something, it’s best to use ‘about’ rather than ‘around’. * There were about 50 people there (not around 50). It was about 4 p.m. when the meeting ended (not around 4 p.m.).
  • Катя Гордиенкоhas quoted8 years ago
    If, on a letterhead or website, the postcode comes before
    the name of the town, don’t put the postcode after the name
    of the town because you’re more used to seeing it that way.
    It’s fine to translate the name of the country, though.
  • Maria Ignatovahas quoted9 years ago
    If in doubt, use ‘about’.
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