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Feb
22
comment Yoda's sentence structure
"It's a Dupe!" - Admiral Akbar
May
10
comment Why is it ‘A God,’ not ‘God' in Mark Sanford’s “I want to acknowledge a God not just of second chances, but third, fourth, eighth chances”?
You are right. I must have overlooked the obvious. At any rate, the point stands, if you say, "I imagine an England where..." you are comparing a current existing England to one that could exist, but does not. As to earth being capitalized, I wasn't sure. dictionary.reference.com/help/faq/language/s05.html
May
10
comment Why is it ‘A God,’ not ‘God' in Mark Sanford’s “I want to acknowledge a God not just of second chances, but third, fourth, eighth chances”?
+1 for Bible as a source for this structure.
May
10
answered Why is it ‘A God,’ not ‘God' in Mark Sanford’s “I want to acknowledge a God not just of second chances, but third, fourth, eighth chances”?
Jan
16
comment Can we call something a “word” if it doesn't have a vowel?
Also, not a diphthong.
Dec
17
answered A more formal word for “tech-savvy”, relating to IT technologists in particular
Jun
29
comment Real quick question
"Let me ask you something. Quick." is a valid interpretation, and the only valid way to read the sentence as is. Also, "really" and "quickly" are adverbs in America too, so let's all stop toting our "British is better" for one minute.
Jun
28
answered Real quick question
Jun
28
awarded  Supporter
Jun
28
revised What is the difference between words like “historic” and “historical,” and “instructive” and “instructional?”
further answer
Jun
28
answered What is the difference between words like “historic” and “historical,” and “instructive” and “instructional?”
May
18
awarded  Editor
May
18
revised Pronunciation of “a” in “make a difference”
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May
18
comment Pronunciation of “a” in “make a difference”
You are correct, sir!
Mar
27
awarded  Teacher
Mar
27
answered Pronunciation of “a” in “make a difference”