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A word, please

Only one form must be correct

December 1, 2013
By JUNE CASAGRANDE - Special to the Sun-Gazette , Williamsport Sun-Gazette

One of the most common questions I get is: Which is correct: X or Y? The X and Y don't matter much. They change from email to email. Sometimes they're accompanied by a Z or even an A, B and C. But the heart of the question - and the assumption it contains - remain the same: In language, the questions suggest, only one form must be correct. All others must be wrong.



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