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comment What is a word for a person being “crossways”?
@RegDwigнt it's for people like you, we keep it turned on...
Jul
27
comment Dative whom with accusative who
Or the now non-existent Whon - quora.com/Is-or-was-there-a-word-called-whon-in-English
Jul
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comment decreased by 1/3?
Homework? What is your thoughts yourself?
Jul
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comment Shortening a question
Player1, your turn: would be the expected prompt
Jul
25
comment Why is karma a bitch?
@Tonepoet I agree now I re-read it. I have changed the wording. Please feel free to comment.
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revised Why is karma a bitch?
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revised Why is karma a bitch?
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comment Meaning and origin - “More on point than a sock”
You are welcome
Jul
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revised scientists are not talking about the domestication of Beauty
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revised Meaning and origin - “More on point than a sock”
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10
comment Meaning and origin - “More on point than a sock”
Yes and it is even a pun :)
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comment Does the verb 'to tank' meaning to lose deliberately, or fail to finish, only apply to lawn tennis?
Seems I misunderstood the question as posed. My apologies.
Jul
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comment Does the verb 'to tank' meaning to lose deliberately, or fail to finish, only apply to lawn tennis?
The slang to tank can be used in the meaning "to fail" at anything. fail completely, especially at great financial cost. "the previous movie had tanked at the box office"
Jul
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comment Nailed, screwed, and hammered in one sentence
Please note hammered normally means drunk. Nailed and screwed are additionaly both synonyms for fucked - in its literal meaning and as slang for being in trouble.
Jul
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comment “Name1 Name2 are also want to join?”
Jim and Tom also want...
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comment “Name1 Name2 are also want to join?”
He wants to join, They want to join, He also wants to join, They also want to join - The verb to be is not used with want - more here learnenglish.de/grammar/verbtobe.html