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Mar
7
comment What is the appropriate single word for describing an over clean person?
@AmirŠabanović: Thanks. But he wants everything clean without not only germ but also oily substances.
Dec
31
comment Word or phrase for a person who is impatient and likes studying new things by example?
@ElliottFrisch: Perhaps an impatient, learn-by-example autodidact?
Dec
31
comment Word or phrase for a person who is impatient and likes studying new things by example?
I am so sorry, it is not suitable I think. :-)
Mar
18
comment Is there an adjective for people who prefer seeing diagrams rather than reading words?
"I hear and I forget. I see and I remember. I do and I understand." (then Confucius is an visual-kinesthetic learner).
Mar
18
comment Is there an adjective for people who prefer seeing diagrams rather than reading words?
Excuse me, additional question: And what is the name for people who learn by reading?
Oct
26
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
16
comment Could you elaborate [S + V + O + Adj + To inf. + O] structure?
@ColinFine: I have changed the question a bit. Thanks.
Oct
12
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
8
comment Which are the main and subordinate clauses in this sentence?
@tchrist: I cannot find the main and subordinate clauses in this sentence "Individual components do not directly depend on other components, which means that they can be more easily developed in isolation." because the word which does not refer to components. So the sentence seems to be equal to "Individual components do not directly depend on other components or they can be more easily developed in isolation."
Jul
21
comment Do we need to repeat “no” to represent without for a list of items?
"or" will make the sentence contain uncertain meaning whether there is a cover or not, right?
May
7
comment When and why do I have to use singular and plural nouns following “No”?
@zpletan: Yes. The question can be answered by explaining why and when each of them should be properly used.
Apr
28
comment Plural and Singular Parallelism
@Carlo_R.: Using "each and every" sounds awkward and excessive.
Apr
28
comment Plural and Singular Parallelism
Actually I can rephrase the first example as "Statements in C# execute sequentially and each is terminated by a semicolon". But I am still curious why there are many books still used the confusing pattern. :D
Apr
28
comment A word to describe the act of using one's head to moving slowing to the sex partner body while having sex
I can also be recognized as stimulating.
Apr
28
comment What is the terminology of the waiting period between two successive harvests?
@JeffSahol: OK. I canceled the acceptance mark and let others to vote the best answer.
Apr
28
comment What is the terminology of the waiting period between two successive harvests?
@Kris: Feel free to edit my question because I am not a native English speaker.
Apr
28
comment What is the terminology of the waiting period between two successive harvests?
@Kris: From my point of view as not a farmer, I need to wait for watching the harvesting event. The period in question is the minimal time interval between two consecutive harvests. During the period, any relevant activities can occur but we don't need to discuss here.
Apr
28
comment What is the terminology of the waiting period between two successive harvests?
@Kris: Anything sensible activities except for harvesting for sure. The waiting period should be minimal, not for doing unnecessary activities.