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I’m redefining myself. Please stand by…


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accepted Are there any general rules or guidelines for creating abbreviations for words?
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accepted What do you call a person who's grading exams?
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comment What do you call a person who's grading exams?
"Exam-marker" seems good too.
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comment What do you call a person who's grading exams?
Exactly. That's what I suspected. I should probably call myself a grader then. Thanks!
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comment How did the Swedish word “fartlek” make it to the English language running vocabulary?
For what it's worth; I'm swedish too, and I haven't either heard this word before.
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comment Should one stick to American style of placing punctuation marks within quotes if one uses the American spelling?
Haha...I like this passage: "You may follow your own preference in this matter, so long as you are consistent. If you opt for logical punctuation, you will have the satisfaction of knowing that you are on the side of the angels, but you should also expect some grim opposition from the other side."