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Oct
19
asked “This summer” versus “last summer”
Aug
30
revised Meaning of every other day/week
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Aug
21
comment Difference between “focus” and “concentration”
(+1) for tautological repetition for the sake of emphasis.
Aug
21
accepted Meaning of every other day/week
Aug
21
comment Meaning of every other day/week
Oh.Ya..I did not understand it properly. Actually, I had the notion that it would be one day on and one day off. But wanted clarifation. Thanks for making it explicit.
Aug
21
comment Meaning of every other day/week
What about the answer in the link in my question (I corrected it)?
Aug
21
revised Meaning of every other day/week
edited title
Aug
21
asked Meaning of every other day/week
Aug
16
answered Term for disrespecting people with lower social condition
Jul
30
awarded  Caucus
Jul
30
comment “Instable” or “unstable”?
You may also see englishforums.com/English/InstableVsUnstable/xmdjh/post.htm
Jul
28
comment Which adverb implies supreme confidence, falling just shy of arrogance?
Why don't we just use confidently? Either you are confident or are not.
Jul
27
comment Appropriate preposition in “your preference of/for time and venue”
Can't we ask for grammatical correctness including a better and more appropriate way of saying something?
Jul
26
comment Appropriate preposition in “your preference of/for time and venue”
oh yes! thanks.
Jul
26
revised Appropriate preposition in “your preference of/for time and venue”
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Jul
26
asked Appropriate preposition in “your preference of/for time and venue”
Jul
20
revised Avoid using 'at' twice while addressing subset programs/centers
edited title
Jul
20
accepted Avoid using 'at' twice while addressing subset programs/centers
Jul
20
asked Avoid using 'at' twice while addressing subset programs/centers
Jun
21
answered What is the precise meaning of “soul”?