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I teach English for Academic Purposes at Humber College.


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May
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answered Are there any variations on nouns ending with an -al suffix?
May
7
comment Punctuation between 'like' and a list
changed to the more general conjunction
May
7
revised Punctuation between 'like' and a list
change *and* to *conjunction*
May
7
answered Punctuation between 'like' and a list
May
4
answered What words are similar in meaning to “monosyllabic” or “disyllabic”, but refer to the letters and not the sounds?
May
2
comment Why do you say “so do I”?
And that is why it is not related to the issue of "fronted adverbials."
Apr
29
comment A word for when you only understand a language in its written form
But it shows all the sister terms for literate. If there were a word, it should be there.
Apr
29
answered A word for when you only understand a language in its written form
Apr
27
answered Term used for the number of items in a singular or plural noun or sentence
Apr
26
answered What does “catch it on the chin” mean?
Apr
25
revised “Available jobs to/for them”
added 71 characters in body
Apr
25
answered “Available jobs to/for them”
Apr
24
answered Omission of “to” with deontic “have to”