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Mar
30
accepted Do “Care to do something” and “Would you care to do something” sound equally polite?
Mar
19
comment Do “Care to do something” and “Would you care to do something” sound equally polite?
@LittleEva, oh, good to know )
Mar
19
asked Do “Care to do something” and “Would you care to do something” sound equally polite?
Feb
19
awarded  Notable Question
Oct
28
awarded  Popular Question
Aug
15
awarded  Yearling
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Aug
15
awarded  Popular Question
Aug
15
awarded  Yearling
Oct
26
revised Are synonyms always bidirectional?
edited body
Oct
26
answered Are synonyms always bidirectional?
Oct
17
comment What is the hypernym for “next” and “previous”?
@Zairja, neighbour is a better choice, so I've upvoted your answer)
Oct
17
comment What is the hypernym for “next” and “previous”?
@Curt, oh, I see, I've thought you are searching an umbrella term in a more general sense )
Oct
17
answered What is the hypernym for “next” and “previous”?
Oct
17
answered What is the full form of e.g.?
Oct
11
comment Friendlier way to express you paid for a person's drink/dinner and expect it to be paid back
friends don't need words.
Oct
9
accepted Should I always insert “and” between two verbs in imperative mode?
Oct
9
revised Should I always insert “and” between two verbs in imperative mode?
added 120 characters in body
Oct
8
comment Should I always insert “and” between two verbs in imperative mode?
oh, "go have fun", I've forgot about this one)))
Oct
8
asked Should I always insert “and” between two verbs in imperative mode?