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Windows Phone App developer, with some experience in asp.net development. Love listening to music and learning new languages (communication with people not to be confused with the programming languages).


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comment “He is better than _____.” (1) I (2) I am?
But somehow we use "Me" in such sentence that saying "I" doesn't sound right.. May be I am wrong!!
Aug
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answered “He is better than _____.” (1) I (2) I am?
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answered What do you call the base amount for a loan, investment etc?
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answered What is the correct way of saying: press a button multiple times, but don't hold it down for too long?
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answered let you know a couple of facts OR bring couple of facts to your notice
Feb
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answered Can I say 'co-student'?
Feb
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answered Reported speech question
Feb
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comment Should you use past tense for a fact that still remains in force?
@Pitarou i understand :) you need not give a justification. I edited it mainly because, i had missed out the word "Universal" in my answer. And i also realized that the question is not regarding "Universal facts" but just "facts" .
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answered Should you use past tense for a fact that still remains in force?
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revised Should you use past tense for a fact that still remains in force?
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Feb
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comment Probably excessive commas - a part of sentence looks like a list of items
Rewrite your sentence i would say :)
Feb
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comment What do you call someone who has extensive knowledge but won't share it?
I would call him/her mean !!!