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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).


Jan
6
comment 'Simple things make me happy.' Or is it 'makes me'?
in the question the sentence is "simple things makes me happy" isn't that grammatically wrong??? According to my understanding a plural is never preceded by another plural. i.e., things makes me happy is incorrect isn't it?? its my doubt.
Jan
6
revised 'Simple things make me happy.' Or is it 'makes me'?
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Jan
6
suggested suggested edit on 'Simple things make me happy.' Or is it 'makes me'?
Jan
6
awarded  Peer Pressure
Jan
5
comment Why “ain't I” and “aren't I” instead of “amn't I”?
Both are correct, but the usage of aren't I is wider than the usage of amn't I. Also, amn't I is mostly used in Scotland/Northern Ireland. For more information, read this article from World Wide Words.
Jan
5
awarded  Organizer
Jan
5
revised “Until” and past perfect
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Jan
5
suggested suggested edit on “Until” and past perfect
Jan
5
revised Can 'nothing' ever be preceded by a plural verb?
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Jan
5
suggested suggested edit on Can 'nothing' ever be preceded by a plural verb?
Jan
5
comment Is it correct to omit number suffix on dates?
what i use meaning what i have been taught in my school, because of which i use it.
Jan
4
answered Does the word “Edition” go with the word “Summit”?
Jan
4
comment Is it correct to omit number suffix on dates?
I think its how one has always used it and it also depends on the usage of it in your region. I have never used dates without suffixes. So for me with suffix is the right one.
Jan
4
revised Is it correct to omit number suffix on dates?
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Jan
4
answered Is it correct to omit number suffix on dates?
Jan
4
comment Is “Linux-dependent” right?
no.. As a programmer i have never used Linux-depending.. its always platform-dependent and not platform-depending.
Jan
4
answered Is “Linux-dependent” right?
Jan
4
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Jan
4
answered Why is it “materials science” instead of “material science”?
Jan
4
answered Does “I want to bid farewell to you” imply the giving of a farewell party?