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when can we use "how about" and when can we use "what about"?
Asked by: khadija KILA, Morocco

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I write catalog copy. Merchants want to use "mouth blown" to describe handblown glassware. I say it's a coarse term, not appropriate to the fine products. Can you find anything on this to help me?
Asked by: Jenny Van Treese, USA

Is the use of "two times" instead of "twice" in a context such as "I have been to Paris twice" a mistake?
Asked by: marc, Germany

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