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Thank you for stopping by! Here is some information about me. But first: here is my Twitter @BramVanroy!

Drummer! You can find some drum covers on my youtube channel. Please like, share and subscribe if you like them! My latest (24st of August 2013) is C2C's Happy.


Web design and web developing hobbyist! Especially enthusiastic about CSS(3), HTML(5) and jQuery. Also a linguistics (English and Dutch) student!

If you are a Dutch speaking webdeveloper, don't hesitate to join us at our new forum: http://www.webdevs.be/forum


Besides that, I'm also a newbee/wannabee photographer and I own a Canon 600D with a 18-135mm IS kit-lens.


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asked Is “that few” a correct expression?
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accepted Are sentences starting with “that” (conjunction) standard English
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comment Are sentences starting with “that” (conjunction) standard English
Very nicely written answer. Thank you. In third person singular, would one say "How dares he?" / "How doe she dare?" It sounds rather archaic to my non-native ears.
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asked Are sentences starting with “that” (conjunction) standard English
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asked Gender-neutral possessive
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awarded  Popular Question
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accepted Place of an adverb in the passive present perfect progressive
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comment Is the phrase “I just sucked it out of my thumb” used in American English?
I can confirm it is almost identical in Dutch 'iets uit zijn duim zuigen'.
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awarded  Yearling
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accepted When to use “nude” and when “naked”
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awarded  Good Question
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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Critic
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awarded  Nice Question
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comment When to use “nude” and when “naked”
I have to go with Terry Li. It's a great poem, but it's not quite a good answer.
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revised When to use “nude” and when “naked”
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asked When to use “nude” and when “naked”
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comment Place of an adverb in the passive present perfect progressive
I know you are just trying to help, but it is a completely correct tense so there was no need to call me to order without doing some research beforehand! ;-)
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comment Place of an adverb in the passive present perfect progressive
@KristinaLopez I am sorry, but it's not. That's exactly what the passive present perfect progressive is.