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answered “To not” vs. “not to”
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comment What is the difference between 'would you' and 'could you'?
I think you should first go see english.stackexchange.com/questions/5902/… and english.stackexchange.com/questions/12458/…
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comment Why is service pronounced the way it is?
Well I think it has to do with both, the sounds used to be the same (length excepted) and diverged during the GVS because one was stressed and the other was not.
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comment Why is service pronounced the way it is?
@J.R. Do you mean that English pronunciation is kind of chaotic? Let's see...
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revised Why is service pronounced the way it is?
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answered Why is service pronounced the way it is?
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comment Why do they say “love fifteen,” in tennis?
@Henry strangely enough they don't use the word "tennez" from which "Tennis" derives, they say "Tennis" ;)
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comment “All of this” vs “All of these”
Ass far as your example is concerned I would choose "all of these" for it stresses that all the individual improvements will be obtained. However "all of this" is totally correct since it represents the whole group of improvements.
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revised Is there a better word than “colorizable”?
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answered Is there a better word than “colorizable”?
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comment Shifter's Bay or Shifters Bay?
This article talks about the drop of the apostrophes in places names too, it seems there has been a normative decision to remove the apostrophe resulting in name like Kings Norton Castle, so don't be surprised. So the distinction might not be the location vs. place but more about the naming convention used.