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awarded  Notable Question
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awarded  Popular Question
Sep
24
accepted Repeating “I” in an enumeration of attributes
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23
asked Repeating “I” in an enumeration of attributes
Aug
27
accepted Possessive form of inanimate subject
Aug
27
comment Possessive form of inanimate subject
Ok. Could you explain why, though? I need it for a very formal document.
Aug
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asked Possessive form of inanimate subject
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awarded  Caucus
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awarded  Yearling
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comment [Singular] Is/Are [Plural]?
Does it mean that when using is/are, it is simply the first subject that defines the number? (Or is the second "subject" not a subject, but an object?)
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9
answered Different meaning of “looks good” vs. “looks well”
Nov
6
answered Word for “completely fascinated”
Oct
24
accepted Harry Potter Half-Blood Prince fiasco
Oct
24
comment Harry Potter Half-Blood Prince fiasco
Thanks! In that case, however, I wonder: why not say any of these, these words/expressions don't seem that terrible to me, especially since Dumbledore always knew how much Harry loathed Snape. I always thought it's a swear word :D
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24
asked Harry Potter Half-Blood Prince fiasco
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24
awarded  Student
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23
awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
23
comment “One of them was/were you”
Thanks, Irene, helped a lot!
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23
awarded  Scholar
Oct
23
accepted “One of them was/were you”