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Oct
7
comment Is there a word for the phrase “I don't know what I don't know”?
I would simply use ignorant for this
Mar
6
comment Scan through the video versus scan the video
Please see my edit
Feb
19
comment A word or phrase for “temporarily not working”
I am looking for a more general word that is applicable when one is sick or just taking leave to stay with family
Feb
17
comment What does “a couple” mean to you, and what does “a few” mean to you?
+1, I was looking for this answer. "About two" makes sense to me
Feb
11
comment Is “catch up” used in formal language as in “We will catch up sometime”?
I want to put the decision of when and where to meet, to the other person.
Oct
19
comment “This summer” versus “last summer”
This makes it very clear to me.
Oct
19
comment “This summer” versus “last summer”
In essence you are saying: last summer is referred to summer of last year and this summer refers to summer of this year.
Oct
19
comment “This summer” versus “last summer”
thanks, this is a helpful one
Aug
21
comment Difference between “focus” and “concentration”
(+1) for tautological repetition for the sake of emphasis.
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)?
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.
May
23
comment What is wrong with “Where should this car be parked?”?
@ Old Pro But is it not a way to at least know that one needs to review the underlined sentence/phrase? It may encourage us to be careful even if it does not give the correct suggestion.
May
23
comment What is wrong with “Where should this car be parked?”?
@ Lynn is it possible to explain how "Do you know where should this car be parked?" is incorrect? Sorry for the novice clarification.
May
23
comment What is wrong with “Where should this car be parked?”?
@Marthaª yes I had the question mark. It is a question.
May
21
comment Position of linking verb “are” in a question
@ Kris Please see my edits
Apr
30
comment One word for “easily understood”
@cornbread...please see my edits. I am overwhelmed by the ocean of words. Of course I did not provide the context/example earlier.