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awarded  Critic
Jun
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comment What does “not” modify?
Why is this difficult to analyze on grammar grounds alone?
Mar
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Dec
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Dec
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comment Usage difference between modest vs decent?
@RegDwighт how is the order unnatural? "decent three bedroom house" sounds fine to me.
Dec
13
answered Alternative to “minuend” and “subtrahend”
Nov
10
comment Meaning of “Irish true”
Good point. It's probably a combination of both. Effective advertising will hook different viewers different ways.
Nov
10
comment Meaning of “Irish true”
@StoneyB Very interesting. I don't know anything about Erse. Do you have a link to further information? Google keeps thinking that I'm misspelling erase.
Nov
10
answered Meaning of “Irish true”
Nov
10
comment What's the meaning of the 'had'?
Horror fiction or graduate school?
Nov
10
answered What's the meaning of the 'had'?
Nov
9
answered What are the origins of “take you up on it”
Nov
8
comment Is this ellipsis or can 'guilty' be used as a noun?
@AndrewLeach Is there a post for the verbifying of nouns? :-)
Nov
8
comment “To be” or just “be”
What if you consider "be" to be the subjunctive form of "to be"? Can't a clause in the subjunctive mood follow the verb "expect"?
Nov
8
answered Better word for someone who has grown physically but not mentally
Nov
4
answered What do you call something that is not first in a sequence?