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Apr
14
answered Plural form of these two sentences
Apr
13
answered Usage of “whereabouts”
Apr
12
answered Meaning of “sensorily”
Apr
7
comment Usage of “is when”
What else would you use? I'm having trouble thinking of anything...
Apr
7
awarded  Supporter
Apr
7
comment When is writing eloquently considered “wordy”?
I always felt you should use the least amount of words while fully describing whatever it is you're describing. You could say " the cold wind blew through my hair" or you could say " the frigid wind whipped through my hair" or you could say "the wind was fierce- its biting chill caused me to shiver as it whipped through my hair". Which is better? Depends on what you're writing... are you trying to entertain or simply inform? I always feel I try to do both, but I can see how verbosity might not be appreciated in, say, a technical paper. Still, I can't believe your English teacher considers eloq
Apr
19
answered What is the difference between “simulate” and “emulate”?
Apr
19
answered How should one make “man in the middle” plural?
Apr
19
answered If the plural of ‘man’ is ‘men,’ shouldn’t the plural of ‘German’ be ‘Germen’?
Apr
3
awarded  Editor
Apr
3
revised What is the difference between “into” and “onto”?
added 202 characters in body
Apr
3
answered What is the difference between “into” and “onto”?
Apr
3
answered Slash in the years
Mar
11
answered “We're all each other has”
Mar
11
answered Difference in meaning: “would have had to be” vs “would have had to have been”
Mar
9
answered Scan through the video versus scan the video
Jan
16
answered Let me pull up your account
Jan
16
awarded  Teacher
Jan
16
answered What is this kind of question known as?