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Jan
14
comment When should I use “a” vs “an”?
Thanks to you, I have now overgrown my browser's capacity for bookmarks. My family will be complaining even more now that I have further escapes to seize! LOL
Jan
7
answered “Despite the fact” implies knowledge of said facts
Jan
7
awarded  Supporter
Jan
7
comment Adjective/adverb that means “seemingly clever, but actually foolish”
@FumbleFingers Actually, the OP has not only added a hyphen; the base word is different: one ending in -uous; the other with -ious. I think that may have been deliberate.
Dec
31
awarded  Teacher
Dec
31
answered “Could you please” vs “Could you kindly”
Dec
31
answered Is this usage of “know to be” correct — “They want to eat food they know to be good for them”?