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awarded  Caucus
Jun
17
awarded  Constituent
Jun
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awarded  Critic
Jun
9
accepted What kind of inversion is this? “Out come the pocket calculators”
Jun
6
comment What kind of inversion is this? “Out come the pocket calculators”
And yes, I'm asking about this difference.
Jun
6
comment What kind of inversion is this? “Out come the pocket calculators”
@Rupe, sorry, it was 'calculators' in the original sentence. Edited.
Jun
6
revised What kind of inversion is this? “Out come the pocket calculators”
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Jun
6
asked What kind of inversion is this? “Out come the pocket calculators”
Aug
2
revised “I'd-a lost”? What does this contraction stand for?
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Aug
2
accepted “I'd-a lost”? What does this contraction stand for?
Aug
2
comment “I'd-a lost”? What does this contraction stand for?
I think your answer is the correct one. Later in these lyrics, we can find: So I goes to the landlady, I said, "You let me slide?" And following your link I found a similar example: So I stay(s) too.
Aug
2
revised “I'd-a lost”? What does this contraction stand for?
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Aug
1
awarded  Custodian
Aug
1
reviewed Approve suggested edit on “I'd-a lost”? What does this contraction stand for?
Aug
1
asked “I'd-a lost”? What does this contraction stand for?
Feb
27
revised Can I replace “that is/are (supposed) to” with just “to”?
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Nov
29
revised Can I replace “that is/are (supposed) to” with just “to”?
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Oct
28
awarded  Organizer
Oct
28
revised “She is gone” versus “she has gone”
added tags
Oct
28
suggested suggested edit on “She is gone” versus “she has gone”