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comment Should I use a plural when describing a state? Such as SingleProductMode vs MultipleProductsMode?
Yes, so in a user manual, it could involve a switch that when you slide to the left, set it to "Single User Mode" and slide to the right, for "Multiple User Mode". So it is a perfectly acceptable question, but I just don't know why people are so closed for their minds that they have to close the question
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comment Does “shake his booty” mean “shake his butt”? And does it make it more attractive?
I saw the phrase today, when I searched for where to ski in Colorado, in news.travel.aol.com/2010/11/18/10-best-colorado-ski-resorts where it says about Aspen: "Be sure to check out: The nightlife; there's no telling which celebrity might be shaking his or her booty on the dance floor."
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comment Should I use a plural when describing a state? Such as SingleProductMode vs MultipleProductsMode?
I am asking for "multiple product mode" also, but I just put it together in one word just in case there might be a different rule, such as used as "multiple-product-mode"
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comment Should I use a plural when describing a state? Such as SingleProductMode vs MultipleProductsMode?
but can't this be in a user manual? For example, "our game console has a single user mode and a multiple user(s) mode?"
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comment Should I use 10 cent words or $2 words?
I think professors at Harvard or the President of the United States already know they have a lot of power (or the top power), so they don't have to use $2 words. More often I found it may be the boss who knows he is not as good as you technically or he is not really doing that great a job, that he has to force this power onto you to let you know he has more power than you.