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Jan
13
revised “noone”, “no one” or “no-one”?
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Jan
13
answered “noone”, “no one” or “no-one”?
Jan
13
revised Colon use when introducing a list split across sentences
edited title
Jan
13
answered Which one is more correct: “works at a university” or “works in a university”?
Jan
13
awarded  Enlightened
Jan
13
awarded  Nice Answer
Jan
8
revised Using “dear”, “darling”, or “honey” to address a friend
edited title
Jan
8
revised Can I use “therefore”, “so”, “hence” and “thus” interchangeably?
edited title
Jan
7
revised Omissions of “that” in a relative clause
edited title
Jan
7
revised Quote meaning: A wife is essential to great longevity
edited title
Jan
7
revised What does “I stand corrected” mean?
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Jan
7
revised usage of “only” and “have”
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Jan
6
revised Response when your boss thanks you
edited title
Dec
29
revised Diploma in English?
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Dec
28
comment What is the name of the condition when I temporarily cannot speak because of shouting too much?
It has multiple meanings as you said, but I heard it's used in cases when you lose your voice because of shouting, etc. One of its meanings is any temporary physical difficulty in speaking. I won't delete my answer as it's an alternative answer to the question. Anyway, thanks for your supplement.
Dec
28
answered What is the name of the condition when I temporarily cannot speak because of shouting too much?
Dec
23
answered Simple yet interesting English game for class?
Dec
16
answered Should there be a comma after “i.e.”?
Dec
16
accepted “What's going on?” vs. “What's happening?”
Dec
16
accepted Alphanumeric abbreviations in English