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revised Converting a specific active voice sentence to passive voice sentence
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comment What is 'Chilly bow'
As here (NSFW) - likely nothing. He also shouts Yee Haw
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comment Does the word “namespace” officially exist?
oxforddictionaries.com/definition/english/namespace
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comment Another word for 'audience'
Target comes to mind
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comment What's the plural for the letter 'a'?
You mean "She got 3 A's and 2 B's"? As in this english.stackexchange.com/questions/25277/…
Apr
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comment 'Please revert back if any questions', is this statement grammatically correct?
I am sure it stemmed from the increased use of Indian contractors from whom I hear it all the time
Apr
17
comment English analogue for russian aphorism parody “for seven troubles there is single reset”
Your computer only hangs once? The "In for a penny in for a pound" is not the analogy to your proverb. It is more "They can only hang you once"
Apr
17
answered 'Please revert back if any questions', is this statement grammatically correct?
Apr
16
comment Informal way of saying “on the contrary”?
I understand what you meant. The Just the other way around just does not sound like idiomatic English (either BRE or AME) to my admittedly non-native ears. At least I need an It's in front
Apr
16
comment Informal way of saying “on the contrary”?
Perhaps actually or in realityworks here
Apr
16
comment Informal way of saying “on the contrary”?
That does not sound idiomatic to me
Apr
16
comment The verb tenses used in this report
You need to use a spell checker for sure. Just using the browser's built-in one I caught usefull and experiece. Then there is was been and did just
Apr
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revised The verb tenses used in this report
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Apr
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answered Is there a form and/or synonym of the gerund “spelling” that can be put into an adverb position such as that of “grammatically”?
Apr
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revised Does this sentence have two meanings? If not which one is the true meaning?
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Apr
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comment It's too cute! But what is “it”?
Lol. It is built-in: bbc.co.uk/guides/zc8bgk7 and bbc.com/news/uk-england-28036667
Apr
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comment It's too cute! But what is “it”?
The funny thing is I JUST had a discussion on Sunday in Russian class. A picture of a cartoon dog was said to be a sobaka (feminine word for dog) but due to established cartoon rules it was obviously a male dog (Pyos) - much discussion ensued.
Apr
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revised It's too cute! But what is “it”?
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Apr
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comment Where on Earth is “penguin” from?
Me too. Especially the two Scandinavian ones that do not have any root whatsoever in common. German also not: schmetterling
Apr
15
comment Where on Earth is “penguin” from?
Mariposa, sommerfugl, fjärild, babochka, papillon