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asked Is there an adjective for people who prefer seeing diagrams rather than reading words?
Dec
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Oct
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revised What is the meaning of “A is not as old as B”?
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Oct
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comment What is the meaning of “A is not as old as B”?
@DavidSchwartz: "A is not as old as B" may mean either "A is older than B" or "A is newer than B".
Oct
26
comment What is the meaning of “A is not as old as B”?
@FumbleFingers: Yes. In my understanding "A is not as big as B" means that either "A is bigger than B" or "A is smaller than B". "Not older than" means either "as old as" or "newer than".
Oct
26
comment What is the meaning of “A is not as old as B”?
@itsbruce: For me "A is not as old as B" means either "A is older than B" or "A is newer than B".
Oct
26
accepted What is the meaning of “A is not as old as B”?
Oct
26
revised What is the meaning of “A is not as old as B”?
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Oct
26
asked What is the meaning of “A is not as old as B”?
Oct
17
accepted Could you elaborate [S + V + O + Adj + To inf. + O] structure?
Oct
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comment Could you elaborate [S + V + O + Adj + To inf. + O] structure?
@ColinFine: I have changed the question a bit. Thanks.
Oct
16
revised Could you elaborate [S + V + O + Adj + To inf. + O] structure?
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revised Could you elaborate [S + V + O + Adj + To inf. + O] structure?
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Oct
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revised Could you elaborate [S + V + O + Adj + To inf. + O] structure?
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revised Could you elaborate [S + V + O + Adj + To inf. + O] structure?
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Oct
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asked Could you elaborate [S + V + O + Adj + To inf. + O] structure?
Oct
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comment Why can we use “die” in the present progressive tense?
You are so smart to interpret what in my head was. Thank you!
Oct
12
accepted Why can we use “die” in the present progressive tense?
Oct
12
asked Why can we use “die” in the present progressive tense?
Oct
11
accepted Are “there” and “their” pronounced alike?