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Feb
5
revised “I'm having” - an illness?
added 4 characters in body
Feb
5
asked “I'm having” - an illness?
Feb
3
revised Is this usage of “aren't” proper English?
(Not 100% sure about this correction.)
Feb
3
suggested suggested edit on Is this usage of “aren't” proper English?
Feb
3
comment Is the word “Americana” capitalized?
@kiamlaluno: it could be, but Americana has a distinct meaning. Americana: All things peculiar to the United States' culture and people, anything that is a symbol of American life.
Feb
2
comment Is “Law of Leaky Abstractions” a proper noun?
The quote in the question is not a title. The sentence is in the body text of the Wikipedia article: "As coined by Spolsky, the Law of Leaky Abstractions states "All non-trivial abstractions, to some degree, are leaky."". Do you mean the capitalisation from the title has leaked into the body text and statement 3 is correct?
Feb
2
revised Is “Law of Leaky Abstractions” a proper noun?
added 82 characters in body
Feb
2
revised Is “Law of Leaky Abstractions” a proper noun?
added 1 characters in body; added 82 characters in body
Feb
2
asked Is “Law of Leaky Abstractions” a proper noun?
Jan
31
revised What do you call the word used in prose to describe the surroundings to make prose richer?
Jeopardy compliance.
Jan
31
suggested suggested edit on What do you call the word used in prose to describe the surroundings to make prose richer?
Jan
31
suggested suggested edit on Repeating the consonant in many words in a sentence or phrase
Jan
23
accepted Adjectival step by step
Jan
23
accepted Missing articles?
Jan
23
awarded  Scholar
Jan
17
asked Should there be a comma before “though” when it occurs at the end of a sentence?
Dec
12
comment “I'm lovin' it”
I am not qualified to answer, but this phrase was the subject of an entire episode of Grammar Girl: "According to the rule, “I’m loving it” is not grammatically correct because it uses a stative verb—in this case, one that conveys emotion, love—in a progressive tense." and "“I’m loving it” does sound slightly off, and that draws attention. Perhaps that’s why McDonald’s chose it". To native speakers that know grammar it should sound weird (?)
Dec
9
awarded  Precognitive
Dec
7
revised Adjectival step by step
Attempt to improve spelling and grammar, for example, <http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/adjectival>. (Feel free to edit, if needed.)
Dec
7
asked Adjectival step by step