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Sep
7
revised Where did “You know what thought did!” come from?
added examples
Sep
7
comment A real important dream, like XXX, is worth every possible effort to guard
XXX in your heading connotates pornography ;)
Sep
6
comment Where did “You know what thought did!” come from?
Its origin seems to be British English.
Sep
6
answered Where did “You know what thought did!” come from?
Sep
5
awarded  Enthusiast
Aug
30
awarded  Nice Question
Aug
24
comment May versus would
@Shinto Sherlock: Would you mind posting the right answer to let us know the truth?
Aug
24
revised May versus would
deleted 38 characters in body
Aug
20
comment When should one use the comma versus the semicolon, and vice versa?
@ladenedge: Why don't you sue me? If this is illegal, then the majority of the users becomes convicted. I'm giving the source at the top of my answer, and I don't see why it is illegal to share information which was posted openly on another site. I'm not exposing "official secrets", yet I'm giving a useful answer with citation.
Aug
19
revised When should one use the comma versus the semicolon, and vice versa?
edited body
Aug
19
comment When should one use the comma versus the semicolon, and vice versa?
@mipadi: Aah, it was a tiring day. Thanks for pointing out :)
Aug
19
answered When should one use the comma versus the semicolon, and vice versa?
Aug
18
answered Why is “ain't” not listed in dictionaries?
Aug
18
revised When can “have” be used without “got”?
edited body
Aug
18
answered Why are days of the week proper nouns?
Aug
18
comment “Irregardless” vs. “irrespective”
An informal example: The photographer always says, irregardless of how his subjects are feeling, ‘Smile!’
Aug
18
answered “Irregardless” vs. “irrespective”
Aug
17
answered Colons and semi-colons
Aug
17
revised When should a verb be followed by a gerund instead of an infinitive?
edited tags
Aug
17
answered What is the rule for adjective order?