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awarded  Commentator
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revised Word for teaching moral lessons annoyingly
fixed grammar
Jul
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suggested rejected edit on Is the “weekend” part of the “week”?
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suggested approved edit on Word for teaching moral lessons annoyingly
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revised “May” & “Might”: What's the right context?
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awarded  Vox Populi
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suggested rejected edit on Did English ever have a formal version of “you”?
Jul
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comment Is there a word or phrase for the feeling you get after looking at a word for too long?
+1 Mike! Weird is a word that messes me up too. Wait... that's not right... It's "I before E"... Wierd... Werid... Wired... Werid... Weird... It sure is a Wierd sensation... Huh?
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accepted What is the difference between “this” and “that”
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suggested approved edit on “May” & “Might”: What's the right context?
Jul
28
revised Word for having a low opinion of something
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comment Word for “best person in a group of bad people”
+1 I like it!!!
Jul
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comment Word for “best person in a group of bad people”
I don't think there is any one word.
Jul
28
comment “Where are you now at?” — grammatically correct?
@evgeny I think that the noun is "you".
Jul
28
comment “Something worked perfectly” vs “something worked perfect”
It seems to be "something worked perfect" is improper grammar
Jul
28
comment Which adverb implies supreme confidence, falling just shy of arrogance?
+1 I think there might be a fine line between 'supreme confidence' and arrogance.