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Feb
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revised Adjective that expresses the scale/range of a noun
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Feb
8
answered Adjective that expresses the scale/range of a noun
Oct
21
comment Differentiate between past and present just by pronunciation when word is followed by d- or similiar sound
I was going to post a similar answer. Native speakers that don't pronounce the -ed are not enunciating. In those instances, a native speaker would determine which they meant by using context clues from the surrounding sentences.
Sep
10
revised What is the function of the word “that” here? (And is “absent” a verb in this sentence?)
OP meant to say 'that' precedes 'absent' and not vice-versa
Sep
10
suggested approved edit on What is the function of the word “that” here? (And is “absent” a verb in this sentence?)
Sep
9
revised When is it appropriate to use the word “intelligence” vs. “information”?
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Sep
9
revised When is it appropriate to use the word “intelligence” vs. “information”?
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Sep
9
answered When is it appropriate to use the word “intelligence” vs. “information”?
Sep
3
comment Is there any difference or nuance between “At the start, …” and “In the beginning, …”?
Did you mean to say "...there's not any difference.." ?
Sep
3
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Sep
3
revised Is “fair-skinned” politically correct?
added -ly to make adverb
Sep
3
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Sep
3
comment “dedicated to helping people ” or “dedicated to help people”
I don't even think the second one is considered correct grammatically because the tense is wrong.
Sep
3
revised About or around when referring to approximate age?
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Sep
3
answered About or around when referring to approximate age?
Sep
1
comment How best to use the word “best”?
Best can be based on subjective or objective criteria. One is an opinion. The other is a fact.
Aug
19
comment Plural of “Mechanism of Action”
Those are two commonly used phrases which have different meanings and are both correct in their own respects. It is a simple question of how many actions there are. What is increasing? The mechanisms, the actions, or both?
Aug
11
comment Repetition of indefinite article with several adjectives
Do you have an authoritative source that supports one or the other? I'm not really sure which one you're advocating, after you said "On second thought...".
Aug
10
answered when you say “throw back” some drinks, is the word replaceable with “gulp”?
Aug
7
revised Something that makes you feel better, not when you are sad?
Cleaned up formatting and fixed grammar