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Jul
22
revised Did English ever have a formal version of “you”?
Expanded PIE acronym to Proto-Indo-European.
Apr
21
revised Are “tomorrow” and “morning” etymologically related?
Corrected Spanish example
Jan
10
revised Are there any examples of cross-language redundancy (e.g. “kielbasa sausage”)?
Crossed-out chorizo sausage example, since it means a specific type of sausage in most of the Spanish-speaking world.
Nov
9
revised What are: province, territory, protectorate, state…?
Corrected spelling of intendancy
Nov
9
revised What are: province, territory, protectorate, state…?
Added divisions used in Colombia until 1991: intendency and commissary
Nov
1
revised The times they are a-changin'
grammar
Oct
29
revised “A tax is a tax is a tax.” What does this sentence mean?
added 548 characters in body