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I'm a freelance editor and avid reader. I love the English language despite it's maddeningly illogical grammar and syntax.


Aug
12
awarded  Yearling
Jul
27
revised What words should be capitalized in “to whom it may concern”?
Significant update, based on comments and further research
Jul
27
comment What words should be capitalized in “to whom it may concern”?
@DougM - If you can back that up with a citation, I'll add it to my answer to make it more complete.
Jul
27
comment What words should be capitalized in “to whom it may concern”?
@C.Chadwick You make a good point. I did some research, and it seems I was correct but for the wrong reason. I've updated this answer.
Jul
27
revised What words should be capitalized in “to whom it may concern”?
Significant update, based on comments and further research
Jun
16
awarded  Caucus
Jun
16
awarded  Constituent
Apr
25
awarded  Custodian
Apr
25
reviewed Reject suggested edit on Relative Clause Extraction from Subordinate Clause - Compare and Contrast These Sentences
Apr
20
revised Does “nineteen-hundreds” refer to 1900–1909 or 1900–1999?
rolled back to a previous revision
Apr
7
awarded  Custodian
Jan
24
awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
13
comment How to refer to members of the House of Representatives?
This looks like it's more of a word ID question. I'll see if English will take it.
Nov
5
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
11
revised Typographical symbol to indicate page
edited tags
Aug
12
awarded  Yearling
May
28
revised Should it be “Happy Birthday!” or “Happy birthday!” when used as a two word sentence?
added 11 characters in body
May
11
revised What is the meaning of the expression “to be operated on”?
Example sentence
Apr
30
revised Bringing word into existence just by calling and using it
Question asked concurrently on two sites. Closed on Writers as off-topic. Removed text referencing that.
Apr
19
comment Any idea of the origin of using the term 'gucci' for parts?
This is a question about the derivation of a word, not about cycling. Perhaps migrate to English?