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comment What is the word for when somebody is lying, yet they believe someone else telling a similar lie?
Lol at people looking for validation on these sites! An answer to this question won't solve a train wreck social situations.
Jan
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answered Phrase for when someone leaves a group/place in an unusually quick manner
Jan
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comment “Love is for real” or “Love is real”
Both phrases sound as inane as "do you believe in love?". Apart from teenagers, who says things like this, and what's their IQ?
Jan
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answered What is the etymology of “Tough titty”
Jan
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answered Looking for a neutral adjective to describe something covered by a gel-like substance?
Jan
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comment How to finish a letter in a conciliatory manner
Agree FumbkeFingers - it's asking people to invent something the OP should come up with.
Jan
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answered How to finish a letter in a conciliatory manner
Jan
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answered How can I answer “How is it there?”
Jan
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comment What's the word to describe when movies try hard to evoke emotion?
"Overwrought" is specific, but clos(ish). "Mawkish" as Martin Smith mentioned is a good recommendation.
Jan
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answered What's difference between “I am usually doing something” and “I usually do something”?
Sep
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comment Is there a way to say “the opposite of a statement is not true”?
If that's not a phrase, it should be!
Sep
23
answered “low educated”? “poorly educated”? Other
Sep
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comment If you use semicolons to separate quotes, do you use a period at the end of the sentences within the quotes?
Using more than one semicolon or colon in a sentence looks odd. One is enough: reword the sentence to avoid more than one.
Sep
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answered “Easy” vs. “simple”
Jan
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comment optimum answer to do you often
""How often" and "Do you often" are equal in nature." Incorrect. 'How often' - 6 times a week. 'Do you often'. No/Yes. I don't think there's any more to say about this one.
Jan
27
comment optimum answer to do you often
Note: your second question: 'how often' was not asked at all, which is why an answer to it is superfluous/incorrect when choosing the 'best' answer.
Jan
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comment optimum answer to do you often
You're missing the point (for the record, I didn't downvote you!). Answering a question that wasn't asked is not part of forming the 'best answer' to a question.
Jan
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comment optimum answer to do you often
The point is, a more specific figure is not actually being asked for. The questioner is merely asking whether the respondee thinks they have visitors often. There is nothing about the 'rate' of visitors being asked.
Jan
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comment optimum answer to do you often
To what degree the questioner receives visitors is not the question. The question is, "do you have visitors 'often'?". This depends on what you mean by 'often'. 'Pretty much every day' would not be often at all for something like a museum. Response b) is the only one that answered the question, even though all three answers would be fine from a non-technical standpoint.