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Apr
17
revised What is the term for a Monarchy with only a King or a Queen, but not both?
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Apr
17
comment What is the term for a Monarchy with only a King or a Queen, but not both?
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Apr
17
reviewed No Action Needed Does “nineteen-hundreds” refer to 1900–1909 or 1900–1999?
Apr
17
comment Merry Easter to all of you!
You know what Jesus said about Good Friday though. "No, really, what's good about it?"
Apr
17
reviewed Reviewed “Neither can live while the other survives”— does it make logical sense?
Apr
17
reviewed Close Difference between “climate” and “weather” please
Apr
17
reviewed Close Comma before “respectively” — Is it needed?
Apr
17
reviewed Close Single word for “from then” or “from it”
Apr
17
comment Single word for “from then” or “from it”
Suddenly I wish there were an Archaic English Language Learners.
Apr
17
reviewed Close What are the characteristics of slang, dialect and colloquial speech?
Apr
17
reviewed Close Does addition of clause change tense
Apr
17
reviewed Leave Closed Synonyms / slang words in American English to express “I am very excited for something”?
Apr
17
reviewed Reviewed Pronunciation of “Short-lived”
Apr
17
reviewed Looks OK What's the most common verb to use when you are undergoing medical exams?
Apr
17
reviewed Looks OK Crank call vs Prank Call
Apr
16
reviewed Looks OK Pronunciations of different accent
Apr
16
comment Eliminate to be verb
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Apr
15
comment When did the word “snafu” enter the colloquial vernacular?
@Pete Thanks for the fix. Is that documented by Google anywhere?
Apr
11
revised Are there metaphoric English expressions meaning “keeping composure at a fatal moment, never panicky”?
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Apr
11
answered Are there metaphoric English expressions meaning “keeping composure at a fatal moment, never panicky”?