In or On Behalf

File for reference under proper English usage:


  1. Raffy says:

    Speaking of language, have you seen the Level 3 Communications commercial they’ve been airing on CNN? Shoot me if that isn’t Sean Connery.

    “You’re the man now, dawg!”

  2. sparticus says:

    Surely, different than should only be used if some level or extent of what is being compared is indicated? thus “she looks different than her” would be wrong, but “she looks more different than her” might be right. But even then it’s still ugly. I’ll go with from I think.

  3. Oh, your blog is back! Great. Nice colors too. Like viewing a tropical fruit salad. :)