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№1 Author: OldOllie (31 Dec 2018 09:32) Total user comments: 1863


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#6 Only on the far side where there's no earth light.
#9 "Fewer," not "less."
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№2 Author: Stonewater (1 Jan 2019 04:18) Total user comments: 231


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Quote: OldOllie
#6 Only on the far side where there's no earth light.
It reads "the shadows are nearly pitch black there" which is comparative so the presence or absence of earth-glow is not relevant.
#9 "Fewer," not "less."

According to prescriptive grammar, "fewer" should be used (instead of "less") with nouns for countable objects and concepts (discretely quantifiable nouns, or count nouns). According to this rule, "less" should be used only with a grammatically singular noun (including mass nouns). However, descriptive grammarians (who describe language as actually used) point out that this rule does not correctly describe the most common usage of today or the past and in fact arose as an incorrect generalization of a personal preference expressed by a grammarian in 1770.

#7- So basically about an hour or two outside in Minnesota in the summer?
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