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Most problems with possessives occur in these two situations
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Problem: “I can’t remember when or how to type numbers 1 through 10 in a paragraph or a sentence. At some point, you must actually type out the number rather than the numeral, but when?”
Problem: Writers tend to either overuse dashes or avoid them.
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Problem: Writers who never studied Latin often mix up the abbreviations i.e. and e.g.
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