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comment Can an object be clumsy?
@FumbleFingers From my understanding (which might be wrong, it is the reason why I am here, to learn!) "What's the most clumsy thing you've ever done fishing?" means that your actions are clumsy and so you are the clumsy one here. However, I agree I could have used the second request.
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comment Can an object be clumsy?
@FumbleFingers Thank you, I did not think about searching on Google. When I write exactly that, I do not get any answer on the first three pages of results on Google. I do have made proper researches, but no answer to the question are to be found (and even if I find one or two examples on random blog, should I take it for granted?).
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comment Can an object be clumsy?
@Kris Not a real question because it seems trivial to you? It is not for me and I am sure I won't be the last non native English speaker that don't know it. Perhaps I don't understand the goal of this SE named:"English language & usage"...
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comment Can an object be clumsy?
@FumbleFingers I asked the question here because I wasn't able to find the answer elsewhere... so it is not that general
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comment What is the difference between experiment and experimentation?
How could I improve the question so the down voter be happy? The question is legit and because of the good explanation I got I no more do the mistake.
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comment Can a non-human “reason” in the sense of inferring
Thank you, that is an extensive answer but yet very convincing and understandable. It was what I was looking for.
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