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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?
Aug
3
awarded  Talkative
Aug
1
awarded  Supporter
Jul
29
awarded  Student
Jul
29
asked Origin of “despicable”
Jul
25
answered Metaword required
Jul
22
comment “Verse” or “Verses”?
If I may, may I ask why was my question downvoted? I don't understand.
Jul
22
accepted “Verse” or “Verses”?
Jul
22
asked “Verse” or “Verses”?
Jul
21
comment Difference between “when” and “if” in a sentence
Ty for editing Sim.
Jul
21
awarded  Scholar
Jul
21
accepted Difference between “when” and “if” in a sentence
Jul
21
asked Difference between “when” and “if” in a sentence
Jul
21
answered Non-offensive substitute for a swear word
Jul
21
comment What's the difference between using single and double quotation marks/inverted commas?
Oh, thats where I got wrong. Thanks for correcting me.
Jul
21
answered What's the difference between using single and double quotation marks/inverted commas?
Jul
21
answered What would you call her actions here?