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Rule of the game : i keep from consulting dictionaries when i am working here, for the temptation to copy in here what i find there would be great ; so i locate my stuff elsewhere, such as in grammar books, literary works, Wikipedia, etc. If i do check against a dictionary, and end-up following its information, i will add a reference as a footnote as to where i saw such stuff.
- OneLook Dictionary Search
- Merriam-Webster's "try and" vs. "try to" video:
- "Come and see" what we're looking at ; "Go and check on" smthg or smbody
- "To repair his strength he tries" ; "try always to be polite" ; "try not to do that"