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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).


Aug
31
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!!
Feb
20
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" .
Feb
9
comment Probably excessive commas - a part of sentence looks like a list of items
Rewrite your sentence i would say :)
Feb
9
comment What do you call someone who has extensive knowledge but won't share it?
I would call him/her mean !!!
Feb
9
comment Probably excessive commas - a part of sentence looks like a list of items
If you omit commas in such sentences wouldn't it lose the meaning that you are willing to convey to the reader. That is the whole purpose of using a comma.Isn't it?
Feb
9
comment Interrogative form of a sentence
You cannot form such a interrogative sentence. That is a very tricky question and i don't think there exists a word in English vocabulary which would convey this meaning. Try using the word "Rank" though it doesn't serve the whole purpose but that is the nearest i could think of.
Jan
23
comment What does “whip-snap” mean?
Harsh as in the dialogues are intense or rude.
Jan
23
comment What does “whip-snap” mean?
I think it means "harsh". Just a guess by looking at the sentence.
Jan
23
comment Is “Honouree” correct in British English?
yes.. sorry about the spelling...
Jan
13
comment Use of comma separating two adjectives
@DilipSarwate You are right.
Jan
12
comment Is the word Concurrence synonymous with the word harmony
@Julia i have checked the synonyms for coincidence before posting the answer. Coincidence's synonym is Accord and Concurrence. The source is thesaurus.com/browse/coincidence
Jan
12
comment Use of comma separating two adjectives
Yes you can use it like that. That point was not clear from your question. Because in the sentence you have mentioned blond haired,blue eyed.
Jan
12
comment “Playing upstairs” vs. “Playing home”
@FumbleFingers That is really a great comment. Thanks. most of my doubts are cleared :)
Jan
11
comment “Playing upstairs” vs. “Playing home”
That is what i have mentioned in my answer. So am i right or wrong?
Jan
11
comment “Playing upstairs” vs. “Playing home”
If you are notifying someone in the house that you have arrived home then you say "I am home" and suppose you are on call with someone and that person asks you "where are you?" then you say "am at home" right?
Jan
10
comment What is the meaning of the word 'navitis' in the second edition of 'Introducing html5'?
Can you give an example. I mean a sentence where this word is used.
Jan
10
comment Repeating “to” in a list of verbs connected by “and”
I think its correct as it is.It all makes right sense.
Jan
6
comment Word denoting short description of the event
No woman,no cry doesn't give me a feeling that a guy got dumped. I mean in no way it convey to me of any event description.
Jan
6
comment 'Simple things make me happy.' Or is it 'makes me'?
oh k :) that was my doubt isn't the question wrong?
Jan
6
comment 'Simple things make me happy.' Or is it 'makes me'?
the sentence in your answer is of course correct