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 Which is correct: an MBA or a MBA?

Answer In English, an "a" is placed before words beginning with consonants and "an" precedes words that begin with a vowel. In some cases, such as with MBA, the article is based on how the word is pronoun... Read More »
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Which is correct grammar - do you put his or him before a verb?

Because "his" is a possessive pronoun, it would not precede a verb. Instead, you might say "The boy played his game." If the pronoun will be the sentence's subject, use "he." If the pronoun is the... Read More »
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Which descrition of chronic disease is correct?

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Which is correct: Bachelor of Art or Bachelor's of Arts?

The correct term is Bachelor of Arts. The term originated from the Latin phrase "Artium Baccalaureus." This phrase referred to a young man training for knighthood. Now the term is used to descri... Read More »
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