This is from BBC’s Face to Face interview with Bertrand Russell, British philosopher, logician, mathematician, historian, Nobel Prize Laureate in Literature, in 1959. …
“In future” or “in the future”?
In her comment on Never give up (part 1), Delaram wrote: … This is like the story of weight lifting champions. They know that they may suffer from many joint problems in future, but they continue their job until they beat a record… Shouldn’t she have written “in the future” instead? Or is “in … Continue Reading