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reviewed Approve What's the difference between “bliss” and “happiness”?
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comment “Fixed” vs “fixes” when things are already done
@TimLymington: In this context, 'imperative' is a description of a verb form, nothing else.
Dec
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revised “Use of internet” or “internet usage”?
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answered Members’ Benefits vs Member’s Benefits
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reviewed Approve “Use of internet” or “internet usage”?
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answered “Fixed” vs “fixes” when things are already done
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comment Usage of the definite articles with personal names
@Hugo: No, it doesn't. The organization behind it seems a fairly serious one, so the insertion of 'the', and the small letter in 'jack' may have been an oversight. If so, they should be more careful.
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awarded  Nice Answer
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awarded  Nice Answer
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comment Addressing Professors: Between Dr. and a hard place
Not really an answer, but you may like to know that in British universities, the title 'Professor' is given only to heads of academic departments. It's a very senior position.
Dec
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answered Is “fastly” a correct word?
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answered The verb “to get” + particle …?
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answered “Past” or “passed”?
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revised Usage of the definite articles with personal names
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answered More formal word for “mover and shaker”
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answered Preposition used after “do”
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answered Usage of the definite articles with personal names
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awarded  phrases
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comment “Newly found” vs. “New Found”
@ShawnHolmes: Kind of you to say so.
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revised What's the origin of the phrase “what have you”?
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