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Nov
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revised What's an introductory part of the title of an article/book called?
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Nov
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comment What's an introductory part of the title of an article/book called?
I highly doubt that those terms can be used for the part of titles I put in bold.
Nov
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asked What's an introductory part of the title of an article/book called?
Nov
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comment Word for “speeding up a process” in line with the idiom “to kick-start”
Unfortunately, to me it seems to have a negative connotation.
Nov
27
revised Word for “speeding up a process” in line with the idiom “to kick-start”
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revised Word for “speeding up a process” in line with the idiom “to kick-start”
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asked Word for “speeding up a process” in line with the idiom “to kick-start”
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accepted Is English “genderless” or are inanimate nouns just neuter by default?
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comment Is English “genderless” or are inanimate nouns just neuter by default?
@SF. By "my assertion" you mean the one that states that English nouns are neuter by default and not gender-less?
Mar
20
comment Is English “genderless” or are inanimate nouns just neuter by default?
@Anonym I'm aware of that, hence the question. (Contemporary French, German, Dutch ... still have grammatical gender.)
Mar
20
comment Is English “genderless” or are inanimate nouns just neuter by default?
@JohnLawler and the others, please see the added last paragraph. I'm not talking about word-specific cases but rather about English as a whole.
Mar
20
revised Is English “genderless” or are inanimate nouns just neuter by default?
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asked Is English “genderless” or are inanimate nouns just neuter by default?
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accepted Is “that few” a correct expression?
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accepted Are sentences starting with “that” (conjunction) standard English