170 reputation
4
bio website crescendo.x10.bz
location Ranchi, India
age 19
visits member for 1 year, 11 months
seen Apr 9 at 18:18

Ubuntu and open source enthusiast, quizzing geek, gaming maniac, and a student too :)


Mar
10
answered Can I say “Nice!” to a “How are you?” greeting?
Mar
10
comment What is the meaning of “having one's kitten in one's pocket”?
@Vilmar What I was thinking as well. Could be clarified by the surrounding text.
Dec
9
revised Word for a person who acts like you
Made some grammatical corrections.
Dec
9
suggested suggested edit on Word for a person who acts like you
Dec
9
comment Expression for an 'end-to-end product development process'
Evolution? I cant think of any word which better describes it.
Dec
9
comment “Technology” is to “technical” as “memory” is to what?
"mental"? Or is that too simple?
Dec
9
answered Term for providing a rationale for why a concept applies
Dec
9
answered Word for a person who acts like you
Nov
20
awarded  Editor
Nov
20
revised cleft sentence + to be verb
corrected a spelling, removed unqrequired part
Nov
20
suggested suggested edit on cleft sentence + to be verb
Nov
20
awarded  Commentator
Nov
20
comment what the phrase/ formula of “as is” means
english.stackexchange.com/questions/90800/…
Jul
15
answered What's the difference between “ghastly” and “hideous”?
Jul
15
comment Preposition to choose when referring to something from a book
I think someone can answer this better than me so I am putting it in a comment. I have always used the first form i.e. Dill from To Kill a Mockingbird when referring to characters from works of fiction. I dont think either of the latter two are used or acceptable forms.
Jul
15
comment Difference between “matter” and “concern”
I dont think the "worry" meaning of concern applies here. If it would have meant that, then the better way of conveying it would have been : Its a concern for the politicians rather than Its the concern of politicians I think the difference in the context is clearly visible.
Jul
14
comment Difference between “matter” and “concern”
@user47770 If you feel your question has been answered, please click on the tick mark alongside the answer to choose it as correct and close the question.
Jul
14
comment Is it possible to use a noun as an adverb? Would that be stupid?
I guess it is possible in some cases like Luck:Luckily but your examples seem unacceptable "grammatically"(see what I did there?)
Jul
14
answered Difference between “matter” and “concern”
Jul
14
comment Is “man” the opposite of “woman”?
Upvote for man - nam ;)