Reputation
18,508
Next privilege 20,000 Rep.
Access 'trusted user' tools
Badges
34 104 174
Impact
~5.5m people reached

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”
tumblr.com/Z90tLy4KDe8D
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.
Sep
24
comment Term for catchy tune that stays in your head
I just watched an episode of Sponge Bob titled "Earworm".
Sep
21
comment Which preposition should follow “guide” here — “on”, “to”, “for”?
I like your idea. +1.
Sep
17
comment In which way is /dɑːtə/ more formal than /deɪtə/?
possible duplicate of Data pronunciation: "dayta" or "dahta"? Check out the answers.
Sep
15
comment Pronunciation of “i” in the words like “direct”, “organization”, etc
@belisarius: That's very interesting. Could you please make an answer and explain in detail?
Sep
12
comment Difference between “Coming weekend” and “This weekend”?
@Shrinath: You're welcome. I hope the answers to that question helps.
Sep
9
comment Is there a single word for a “friend of a friend”?
@Andy F: No worries. Fried made me remember unfortunate chickens, so I had to correct it! :)
Sep
9
comment Is there a single word for a “friend of a friend”?
dictionary.reference.com/browse/FOAF?r=66
Sep
9
comment Is there a single word for a “friend of a friend”?
I don't know of a single word for that but there is an abbreviation: FOAF.
Sep
7
comment “Salty” in place of expensive?
In Turkish, we use 'Tuzlu' which means salty.
Sep
7
comment What is the proper substitute for “Batmanning”?
@Peter: I thought there would be a verb to distinguish upside down from upright...