From the editor’s desk

Couple of things mean a couple, i.e. two. Not three (that would be ‘a few things’), not four, just two.

Such as and like are not inter-changeable. Like is used when implying a comparison. For example: Brave like a lion.
Such as is used when giving examples: Animals such as lions, tigers and other felines…

It’s never revert back. Revert itself means to ‘get back’. So you will revert to the e-mail.

Now can we all behave like 10 years of education got us somewhere? Thank you.

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