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Native Russian speaker. Fluent in English. Learned English in grade school, lived in English-speaking country for 13 years, where I attended university.

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Feb
25
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
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awarded  Popular Question
Jul
1
revised Is it correct to use “increasing” in this context?
Formatting, clearer title.
Jul
1
reviewed Reviewed Is it correct to use “increasing” in this context?
Jul
1
suggested suggested edit on Is it correct to use “increasing” in this context?
Jun
30
revised “Contest against an argument” or “contest an argument”?
Quotes, comma.
Jun
30
reviewed No Action Needed Female adjective re job title
Jun
30
revised Which way is correct “The item that is to be found” or “The item to be found”?
Formatting.
Jun
30
revised Existence of “multi” in US English
Formatting.
Jun
30
reviewed Reviewed “Contest against an argument” or “contest an argument”?
Jun
30
suggested suggested edit on “Contest against an argument” or “contest an argument”?
Jun
30
reviewed No Action Needed Which way is correct “The item that is to be found” or “The item to be found”?
Jun
30
suggested suggested edit on Which way is correct “The item that is to be found” or “The item to be found”?
Jun
30
reviewed Reviewed Existence of “multi” in US English
Jun
30
suggested suggested edit on Existence of “multi” in US English
Jun
30
reviewed Reviewed “I ever met” vs. “I have ever met”
Jun
30
comment “I ever met” vs. “I have ever met”
I know there had been discussions about “unwelcoming” new users with simple questions, but this one does seem like a perfect fit for ELL.SE.
Jun
30
reviewed Reviewed What is “plaice” in the US? Would love a good fish and chips
Jun
30
comment What is “plaice” in the US? Would love a good fish and chips
I know, it is not Seasoned Advice.SE, but I just wanted to point out, that it is the whole selling point of tilapia — that it is not too “fishy”, but one can still season it nicely (I had great success just sautéing some onions, and frying tilapia fillet with nothing but salt and pepper on top of them — magnifique!).
Jun
27
reviewed Reviewed “Thunderstorm” vs. “tempest” in common usage