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Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Nov
13
comment What is the plural form of “Software”?
@TRIG: there you have it "except the USA". I'm used to hearing "math" vs "maths", that's why "maths" sounds wrong to me [no offense to Indian people :D]
Nov
6
answered Chainsaw-equipped or chainsaw equipped?
Nov
6
awarded  Scholar
Oct
23
awarded  Teacher
Oct
22
comment “Intents and purposes” versus “intensive purposes”
have your friend watch "King of Queens" :D
Oct
21
comment Is “funnest” a word?
My 2 cents, do not use "funnest", replace it with "the best". E.g.: "That was the funnest party ever!" vs "That was the best party ever!" For the nit-picky, the best way of saying the above would be "That was the most fun I've ever had at a party". p.s. English is not my first language
Oct
21
awarded  Commentator
Oct
21
comment How does one correctly use a semicolon?
+1 for TheOatmeal :)
Oct
21
comment What does “I know, right?” mean?
next time you hear this, say "Word" :D
Oct
21
awarded  Student
Oct
21
comment How does one pronounce the '@' symbol?
you can use it to specify a time, e.g. "Let's meet @ 5pm", but don't use it in formal writing.
Oct
21
comment How can I practice pronouncing “Coke” so it is not mistaken for another word?
to make it simple: kok = cock, kouk = coke
Oct
21
asked Is there a simple explanation on where to use “who” vs “whom”?
Oct
21
comment “Fixing to” at the beginning of a sentence
redneck at its best :D +1
Oct
21
awarded  Supporter
Oct
21
comment 'I was using', 'I have used', 'I have been using', 'I had used' - what is the difference amongst these?
nice coke reference :)