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I teach English as a Foreign Language in Japan.


Jan
8
answered Looking for adjective - classic word for devoid of embellishment
Dec
23
reviewed Edit Is 'Updation' a correct word?
Dec
23
revised Is 'Updation' a correct word?
In response to suggested edit, added note about the Standard English equivalent to *updation*
Dec
20
awarded  Yearling
Dec
15
awarded  Popular Question
Nov
23
awarded  Necromancer
Nov
17
comment The Swung Dash ~ Has Anybody Heard of It?
はい、わかりました。日本に住んでいますよ。
Nov
16
awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
14
reviewed Leave Open Question about an AP Style rule
Oct
14
reviewed Leave Open What is the most succinct term for “refusing to take the bad with the good”?
Oct
14
reviewed Close Before I go to sleep vs before I'm going to sleep
Oct
14
reviewed Leave Open “Enjoy!” Enjoy what?
Oct
14
reviewed Close “Why does he not?” or “Why does not he?” and why?
Oct
14
reviewed Leave Open Is “hot sun” grammatically correct?
Oct
14
reviewed Leave Open Does the word “midnight” mean only 12 o'clock at night?
Oct
14
reviewed Leave Open Do the commas in these aid readability?
Oct
14
reviewed Leave Open Is this a correct usage of the phrase “give way”?
Oct
11
reviewed Leave Open Definition of “ How Shakespearian”
Oct
10
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
9
comment Proper use of I vs me
Many learned people would take issue with your assertion that "Me and Frank were ..." is technically incorrect. I suggest that you change it to incorrect according to the prescriptions of Formal English. In most dialects of English, it is normal and correct to change "I" to "me" when it is separated from the verb / auxiliary. Formal English sidesteps this matter insisting that you put the "I" last. (And I bet you thought you had to put the "I" last to be polite...)