I'm looking for an abbreviation to indicate that I finished work for the day. Example usage: "I'm going home, its ... for me". I found some examples on the internet, but I'm wondering what's most ...
I would like to know if there is a common abbreviation for days of the week in a two letter form. I mean: Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday; can be abbreviated as Su, Mo, ...
I often find myself in need of a short expression, to emphasize that what I just wrote (not quoted) is actually true. In cases of paradoxes or illogical truths for instance, like The Monty Hall ...
Possible Duplicate: Do you use “a” or “an” before acronyms? First of all let me clarify that SSTP is an abbreviation of a technical term. I want to know, when using ...
I run comedy shows, and at these comedy shows there is always an "open mike" section. Frequently I get people saying to me, shouldn't it be "open mic", because "mic" should be the shortened version ...
Since “Jap” is a racist/derogatory word, what's an appropriate short form for Japanese/the Japanese language? [closed]
Since Jap may turn out to be derogatory/offensive, what's an appropriate short form for Japanese/the Japanese language?
Possible Duplicate: “a” or “an” for words that don't start with vowels but sound like they're starting with a vowel Do you use “a” or “an” before acronyms? Does one use 'a' or ...
Which is correct to use in a sentence, 10 US$ or US$ 10. Perhaps USD should be used instead or even something else?
I've seen both B/W and B&W used to describe black and white. Is one accepted over the other? If regional, then what would I use in AmE?
What are the differences between these two abbreviations? What are the appropriate situations to use each?