What is the correct pronunciation of the word processes? I am confused because my mother tongue is not English, and in my company some say it as “process-eez” and some say it “process-ess”.
Let’s say I walk into a Service Canada or a DMV or some other government office that serves people needing assistance with something. Am I a customer? A client? Neither of those seem right since I’m not paying, just using a public service. What’s the word for this?
What is the meaning of ‘stations in life’?
I thrice presented him a kingly crown/ which he did thrice refuse”
This may be related to a general grammar rule, but which of these is correct?
Which of the following sentences is correct?
Marketing is the activity, set of institutions, and processes for creating, communicating, delivering, and exchanging offerings that have value for customers, clients, partners, and society at large
My belief is that the following two phrases are correct:
My wife from Wisconsin and her family use the phase “it’s a horse apiece”. This is used in place of something like “it doesn’t matter either way” or “both are the same”. Where does this come from?
When you’re in the middle of an editing session, and you come across a sentence that needs to be revised, how do you decide how many changes to make? Do you go with the “hundred-thousands” principle – that is, make a change that will result in a sentence that is approximately one hundred thousand words … Read more