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May
26
revised What word or phrase means “a loss of what was on your mind”?
I think sufficiently strongly (given the fix-ups in the previous edit) that the 'lost of mind' should be 'loss of mind' (in agreement with Edwin) that I'll change it.
Apr
2
revised What do you call the child who doesn’t resemble his / her parents in English?
Fix trivial typos
Feb
26
awarded  Enlightened
Feb
26
awarded  Nice Answer
Feb
23
comment “Forgot” vs “Forget”
@BenCrowell: obviously, I disagree with you, but each to their own dialect of English.
Jan
30
awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
26
awarded  Yearling
Nov
1
awarded  Enlightened
Nov
1
awarded  Nice Answer
Sep
3
awarded  Nice Question
Aug
29
revised Why is 'an' used with 'an honour'?
Fix trivial typos
Aug
20
reviewed Reject What's the difference between “to frighten” and “to scare”?
Aug
13
reviewed Reject What's the difference between “to frighten” and “to scare”?
Aug
13
reviewed Edit Is it incorrect to say “If you could”?
Aug
13
revised Is it incorrect to say “If you could”?
Spelling of "het" to "net"
Aug
13
reviewed Reject What's the difference between “to frighten” and “to scare”?
Aug
11
reviewed Reject What's the difference between “to frighten” and “to scare”?
Aug
8
reviewed Reject What's the difference between “to frighten” and “to scare”?
Jul
23
reviewed Reject What's the difference between “to frighten” and “to scare”?
Jul
23
reviewed Reject What's the difference between “to frighten” and “to scare”?