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Oct
18
asked Help me to stop saying 'Man up!'?
Oct
13
answered “Extremely appreciate”: grammatically correct?
Oct
13
comment Is “unpeeling an orange” grammatically correct?
I thought the point of Stack exchange was to by-and-large avoid subjective answers? Regardless, the asker of the question wants to know if it's correct. This doesn't answer that.
Oct
12
comment Is “unpeeling an orange” grammatically correct?
I'm not questioning your use of the language, but if it comes down to "I prefer to do X" as opposed to "This/That is incorrect" that becomes subjective not objective.
Oct
12
comment Is “unpeeling an orange” grammatically correct?
But C20 covers 1901-2000; where do you draw the line and still let a language evolve?
Oct
12
comment Is “unpeeling an orange” grammatically correct?
See Barrie's answer, I don't think this is that new.
Oct
12
comment Is “unpeeling an orange” grammatically correct?
I can be bound for New York, and bound to New York, with opposite meanings too.
Oct
8
comment “Make something out of” or “Make something with”?
Was this quiz bought from a paper doghouse manufacturing company? That's the only reason I could imagine why this ill-thought out example was ever used.
Oct
3
comment What is the translation of the French word “erre”?
@KonradRudolph mischief managed
Oct
3
revised What is the translation of the French word “erre”?
I hate that pronouns don't allow for the possessive apostraphe.
Oct
2
answered What is the translation of the French word “erre”?
Oct
2
comment What’s the rule for using “who” and “whom” correctly?
Are there any exceptions?
Sep
25
awarded  Civic Duty
Sep
24
accepted Is there a difference between 'I thought to myself' and 'I thought.'?
Sep
24
accepted What does “randomically” mean?
Sep
24
revised What does “randomically” mean?
added 2 characters in body
Sep
24
comment What does “randomically” mean?
@ΜετάEd I didn't notice that to start with.
Sep
24
comment What does “randomically” mean?
@ΜετάEd still I don't think I would have concluded that from simply looking at the sources you provided (intrestingly, none of the answers have used either). I don't think this is general reference though.
Sep
24
comment What does “randomically” mean?
I don't think it's a mispelling, see my edit.
Sep
24
comment What does “randomically” mean?
See my edit, I don't think they mean randomly.