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May
23
comment Word for a quote that was never actually said
@EdwinAshworth Veni, vidi, vici
May
23
comment Word for a quote that was never actually said
@gmcgath Not to nitpick, but in the sense that fictional characters can say anything, then we can attribute any certain words to a character claiming that they have said those words as quotes; In all 60 Sherlock Holmes books by Conan, Holmes never actually says "Elementary, my dear Watson", unfortunately.
May
21
comment Word for a quote that was never actually said
@rhetorician ...That was said by Caesar, not Alexander.
Apr
11
comment Are constructions like “That's me out, then” primarily British rather than American?
Love your new profile pic!
Apr
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comment Alternate ways to say someone is grumpy
Wait, is she a good manager or not?
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awarded  Enlightened
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Sep
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comment Is there a difference between 'I thought to myself' and 'I thought.'?
@Robusto Yes, yes I have.
Aug
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comment Different conditional clauses — “if you saw”, “if you were to see”, “if you had seen”
Both of those sentences are related to hypothetical situations.
Aug
9
comment Using “she” with gender-neutral nouns
Irrelevant, but... When I read the second line of the lyric, the first thing that came into my mind...:imgur.com/vmMKs
Aug
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Aug
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comment “I have an answer for your question, but you might not like it.”
I'll be adding this word into my list of words to use! Thanks!
Aug
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comment “Yes marry have I” usage
But teaching them the archaic use might be proficient toward their studies!
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@fumblefingers you could nominate yourself too, you know. I think you would not be too shabby for a mod.
Jul
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Jun
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comment Should the English word for noodles be ''lamen'' or ''ramen''?
Unrelated; however I was taught that Japan invented ramen first because of recurring famine. Is this correct?