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Aug
6
revised Is there a word for the time span between an old king and a new king?
Capital I in Is in title
Jul
13
revised What do you call someone who thinks everyone is incompetent (doesn't know anything)?
Fix trivial typos
Apr
26
revised Why is the verb used without “-s” in this sentence?
insert missing 'is' in title and other tweaks
Jan
9
revised “It worked for me in high school and it's been a reflex ever since”?
highs --> high to match fixed question
Jan
9
revised “It worked for me in high school and it's been a reflex ever since”?
Fix trivial typos
Jan
3
revised Lack of commas or just misunderstanding
Fix trivial typos
Dec
24
revised What do you call someone who obsessively thinks they are sick?
grammar in title
Jun
3
revised Beer is made ___ yeast, water, hops, and malted barley
Copy the last three words from the title into the question - making some of the comments obsolete
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
Aug
29
revised Why is 'an' used with 'an honour'?
Fix trivial typos
Aug
13
revised Is it incorrect to say “If you could”?
Spelling of "het" to "net"
Jun
13
revised Differentiate between past and present just by pronunciation when word is followed by d- or similiar sound
differ -> differentiate
Jan
5
revised How does one deal with one word in parenthesis at the start of a sentence?
Add 'updated question' section
Sep
25
revised “X has/have joined”
edited tags
Sep
10
revised Starting a sentence with “In Winter 2010,”
medel --> medal
Sep
1
revised What is the origin of British/Irish cinema names?
theses --> these; Engish --> English
Aug
27
revised Word order in fractional quantities
Suggest not referring to other answers - because voting can change the order in which they appear.
Aug
26
revised A better way to express this sentence to clarify its meaning?
Fix trivial typos
Aug
23
revised “Neither . . . nor” vs. “nor . . . neither”
Fix trivial typos