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Apr
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answered Finding Grammatical Error In A Model SAT sentence
Oct
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comment Active or passive?
Sven, yes, that is probably more technically correct than my choice. I struggled with rewording that and went for the description that focused on the paper rather than its contents, as I felt that the scene-setting was more critical.
Oct
2
comment Active or passive?
I think you're right, and thanks for the correction.
Oct
1
answered Active or passive?
Oct
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Oct
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Oct
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answered Streets or Street?
Oct
1
revised Streets or Street?
Make the question match the title.
Oct
1
suggested approved edit on Streets or Street?
Sep
23
answered Gigolo is to man as what is to woman?
Jul
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Jun
30
answered What do you call the the effect that causes people to miss the “the the” in this title?
Jun
20
comment Is “can exceed up to X” some form of colloquialism?
Agreed - this is "I am trying to write legalese to sound official and have blown it badly".
Jun
20
answered Using “and” twice in a list
Jun
17
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May
28
comment What's the origin of the idiom “to cut your teeth on something”?
Yep, agreed - it's the same "from early on" meaning. Thanks!
May
23
comment Capitalization of “sister” and “brother”
This is correct when they're being used as honorifics, as you say, but I think @Barmar's answer is closer to what the original question was trying to resolve.
May
23
comment What's the origin of the idiom “to cut your teeth on something”?
I'd be interested to see the usage in question, which seems very unusual.
May
23
answered What does “What are you into?” mean?