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Industrial Engineer M.Sc.



Dec
12
comment Asks a question; never responds to answers/comments
@Pureferret: Here you are.
Dec
8
comment Common interjections / exclamations in English
Hey, downvoter! Tell us why you downvoted so the answer can be improved.
Dec
2
comment Add-in, addin, add-on, addon
What about Excel add-ins?
Dec
1
comment What's a word for avoiding a question with a generic (fake) answer?
Circumbendibus rather sounds like a Harry Potter spell!
Nov
30
comment Can you find a noun for the word “diminish”?
This is the NGram showing the results between 2000 and 2008.
Nov
30
comment Can you find a noun for the word “diminish”?
Diminution is much more common. You can see this NGram. You can also check OneLook where diminution is found in lots of dictionaries. Finally, search Google for both terms separately and compare the number of results.
Nov
17
comment “See you Monday” vs “See you on Monday”
Got it. Thanks.
Nov
17
comment “See you Monday” vs “See you on Monday”
Hi Barrie. Could you please explain a bit more what you mean by casual?
Nov
4
comment Is “over-exaggerated” correct English?
I think over-exaggerated is redundancy. I would avoid using it. Similarly, if something is unique, then it is unique, we don't call it very unique.
Oct
26
comment What is it called when words are deliberately written wrong but pronunciation is kept unchanged?
@sml: It can be found on 15 online dictionaries: onelook.com/?w=nite&ls=a
Oct
24
comment What is the name of the difference between “doesn't” and “don't”?
possible duplicate of The grammaticality of "that don't impress me much"
Oct
20
comment “To be subject to” vs. “to be subjected to”
Here you are, Sir :)
Oct
20
comment “To be subject to” vs. “to be subjected to”
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Oct
20
comment “X and I” versus “Me and X”
postition or position?
Oct
19
comment How to speak mathematics
I've voted to reopen and asked a question on meta.math whether this kind of questions is on-topic there.
Oct
19
comment How to speak mathematics
@Negin: You're welcome. Glad I could help.
Oct
16
comment Drove my chevy to the levee but the levee was dry
@Mitch: I'm not necessarily asking about a song's lyrics. I heard this from a GM during a congress.
Oct
16
comment Drove my chevy to the levee but the levee was dry
I know that song but still don't know what this phrase means.
Sep
29
comment “Initialising” is to “initialisation” as “enabling” is to what?
Now your question is reopened.
Sep
24
comment “To ride a bicycle” vs. “ride a bicycle”
I thought it would be suitable, but since I'm a nonnative speaker of English, I accept your suggestion.