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revised What do you call the use of a negative clause to end a claim by questioning it?
finish ewhat I've started in last edit
Apr
14
comment “How do we call (something) in English?”
Czech and Slovak native speaker here, guilty as well: "Jak nazýváme ..." "Ako nazývame ..." "How do we call ..."
Apr
14
comment What do you call the use of a negative clause to end a claim by questioning it?
@Mari-LouA, thanks, didn't know that; I've been doing that mistake for ages!
Apr
14
revised What do you call the use of a negative clause to end a claim by questioning it?
grammar: http://english.stackexchange.com/questions/150325
Aug
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comment Is it true that which clause should always start with a comma?
@BlessedGeek what makes you think it's programmers that define these recommendations? Developing software is not just work of programmers but actually cooperative effort of many specialists. (I have no idea where you got the "schemas" and "datas" examples...)
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awarded  Autobiographer
May
31
asked Using correct indefinite article before (in-line) parentheses
May
21
revised What do you call the use of a negative clause to end a claim by questioning it?
typo; style
May
21
awarded  Scholar
May
21
accepted What do you call the use of a negative clause to end a claim by questioning it?
May
21
asked What do you call the use of a negative clause to end a claim by questioning it?
May
14
comment “lives of people have remained a mystery” …weird?
@Kris How is this a non-Q? (By the way, you have also answered it, even though you used comment for that.)
May
14
awarded  Student
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awarded  Editor
May
14
revised “lives of people have remained a mystery” …weird?
fixed typo; added even more explanation (to make it hopefully clearer)
May
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asked “lives of people have remained a mystery” …weird?
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