cornbread ninja 麵包忍者

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Stack Exchange Q&A site proposal: English as a Second Language


Dec
27
comment “That was me” vs. “That was I”
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Dec
18
comment How widespread are snow goblins?
Ha! I love kicking those off of my car, and I call them snow cuds.
Nov
13
comment “If I go..” vs. “If I will go..” referring to the future
Please consider accepting John Lawler's answer rather than mine.
Nov
4
comment A word for blowing air into baby's tummy to make him(her) laugh
@Kevin did you follow the Google search I provided?
Nov
3
comment How to properly use name parts in English?
This question appears to be off-topic because it not about the English language.
Oct
23
comment Verb to use when your finger are being “pushed” by the current of a stream?
How about pulled or tugged at?
Oct
17
comment What are other alternative ways of saying “how are you?” in business email
This question is better suited to Writers or even Workplace.
Oct
14
comment Battery is flat
This makes me picture a phone that has flat-lined.
Oct
10
comment What's exactly I'mma? I'mma go now, I'mma open that for you
baby, I'm-a want you / baby, I'm-a need you
Oct
5
comment Word for an area characterized by similar stores, services, or industries
Funeral Zone: We put the fun in funeral.
Oct
4
comment “Buildings” are to “blueprints” as “units” are to what?
Strategies? Playbook?
Oct
1
comment A word for a “re-lyricized” song?
Scrambled eggs / oh my darling, how I love your legs...
Sep
26
comment “I second that motion” or “I second that notion”
@J.R. beat me to it.
Sep
19
comment Is there a word/phrase for this specific type of memory
Memory being the French class incident, or your mother's ability to recall said incident?
Sep
16
comment Does the professor think that I'm pregnant?
Based your avatar, you seem unimpregnable.
Sep
14
comment The one who's being celebrated (e.g., @ a BD party) (sometimes referred to as the birthday boy/girl)
Colloquially, you might call them the man (woman, child, whatever) of the hour.
Sep
14
comment OK, here's a weird one: “I appreciate ya”
@HowardPautz Please see my edit.
Sep
11
comment What does “values that visitors seek the park mean” in this sentence mean?
Do you have a link? This seems to be a typo in that it should read The values that visitors seek from/in the parks are steadily eroded.
Sep
11
comment What's the difference between “rent” and “hire” in British and American English?
ahh, I see! I didn't read carefully enough.
Sep
11
comment What's the difference between “rent” and “hire” in British and American English?
The most immediate difference to me is that people are hired and objects and services are rented.