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Aug
13
suggested rejected edit on “stay home” vs. “stay at home”
Aug
13
comment “stay home” vs. “stay at home”
@wfaulk True. But currently I can't think of one on top of my head. The example I gave was from a sentence I remember reading from a book.
Aug
12
comment “stay home” vs. “stay at home”
@Wfaulk Notice the word "can". The question here asked whether you can omit "at" and still be grammaticaly correct. I didn't say that you can't, but I said that there is a choice.
Aug
12
answered “stay home” vs. “stay at home”
Aug
12
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Aug
12
comment Is it true that the 100 most common English words are all Germanic in origin?
In my opinion there is alot of words in germanic origins because, let's face it, the original english 1500 hundred years ago was made entirely by anglo-saxons; that is until missionaries from Rome, Vikings from Scandinavia, French invaders called Normans changed english compeletly...
Aug
12
awarded  Critic
Aug
11
accepted Origin of alternate meanings
Aug
11
asked Origin of alternate meanings
Aug
11
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Aug
9
awarded  Teacher
Aug
9
answered Would the “Cavendish drawl” be considered a dialect?
Aug
9
comment Would the “Cavendish drawl” be considered a dialect?
I do not know the exact answer... But wouldn't it be considered a dialect if it is spoken locally? If it is only spoken by a family and its social circle, I don't think it would be considered as dialect.
Aug
9
accepted Pronouncing “A”: “ai” vs. “ah”
Aug
9
comment Pronouncing “A”: “ai” vs. “ah”
Probably Ai-men when spoken, and Ah-men when sung. Atleast its that way in our church.
Aug
9
asked Pronouncing “A”: “ai” vs. “ah”
Aug
8
comment Origin of “they”, “them”, and “their”
Huh, I asked some of my friends this question and they said that the reason for change was because of the impact Viking had on their occupation in England. Its either one or both.
Aug
8
accepted Origin of “they”, “them”, and “their”
Aug
8
asked Origin of “they”, “them”, and “their”
Aug
5
asked Is the word “Einstein” a verb?