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Don't be in a rush to die. I have just seen this on a rear car window. I can't understand how "rush" can be countable. It doesn't make sense when we put a number in front of the noun. Thanks

Thank you so much thar for your help and as always, a very good explanation.

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My son is reading the above book by Tom Palmer. He has to read the first chapter ( three pages). I don't know the answer to the following question which relates to the chapter 1.
Question: Find and copy the phrase that tells us that the dog moves quickly.
He wrote "A blur of black and white fur snatched the ball out of the air."
I think "scampering to where Jack was crouching" is the correct answer. I read the page 2 and 3 but couldn't find any reference to the movement. I really appreciate your help. English is not my first language. Thank you in advance.

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"V (a set) is a vector space over F(field) if there are two operations which satisfy the following axioms" I saw the above in a youtube video by The Maths Sorcerer.
I don't understand the use of the preposition "over" in "vector space over field". Could you please explain? Thanks.

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"If a variable y is so related to a variable x that whenever a numerical value is assigned to x, there is a rule according to which a unique value of y is determined, then y is said to be a function of the independent variable x." function  Definition, Types, Examples, & Facts What is the grammatical form and function of "so" in " if a variable y is so related to variable x..."?

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I've come to India for holidays. I've tried to call you few times to have a quick chat but I realised that the unknown number might have put you off. I am in Baroda with my sister. Hopefully, see you soon.
I sent the above text message to one of my classmates in India after arriving in India. We came to India last week. Is my text message grammatically correct? Does it sound natural?
Thank you in advance!

