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May
21
suggested approved edit on “A lost cause, that is.”
May
13
accepted Are uncountable nouns singular?
May
12
comment Are uncountable nouns singular?
The first sentence is the original (from the context). The other two are my suggested sentences that might or might not be correct.
May
12
revised Are uncountable nouns singular?
Attempt to make the question clearer.
May
12
asked Are uncountable nouns singular?
May
12
revised Definite article before schools, colleges, and universities
More specific title - the question (and answers) is only about educational institutions.
May
12
comment Rule on absence of the article “the” with plural nouns
Great example !
May
12
suggested approved edit on Definite article before schools, colleges, and universities
May
12
revised Is 'hair' singular or plural?
Copy edited.
May
12
suggested approved edit on Is 'hair' singular or plural?
Apr
13
asked “strongly” or “strong”?
Apr
11
awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
11
revised Is it wrong to use the word “codes” in a programming context?
More uncountable.
Apr
11
answered Is it wrong to use the word “codes” in a programming context?
Apr
10
comment Who/What decides if a word is “proper” English?
Duplicate for the particular word: Is it okay to say and write “ain't” yet?
Apr
10
comment Is lolspeak bad English, or just a different English?
what is RIT? Rochester Institute of Technology?
Apr
10
revised Why do we use 'up' as adverbs for verbs?
Made body self-contained. (Should it be "as an adverb for verbs" instead of "as adverbs for verbs"?)
Apr
10
suggested approved edit on Why do we use 'up' as adverbs for verbs?
Mar
26
revised What is the word that denotes the words preceding these nouns?
Removed meta information.
Mar
26
suggested approved edit on What is the word that denotes the words preceding these nouns?