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Jul
13
revised Which question should be used asking someone about his school?
Copy edited. Applied some formatting.
Jul
13
revised Correct use of will & would?
Copy edited. Applied much needed formatting.
Jul
13
suggested suggested edit on Which question should be used asking someone about his school?
Jul
13
suggested suggested edit on Which one is correct in this context, “was new for me” vs. “is new for me”?
Jul
13
suggested suggested edit on Correct use of will & would?
Jul
6
revised Word describing a pre-ordered order status?
Copy edited.
Jul
6
suggested suggested edit on Word describing a pre-ordered order status?
Jul
5
revised 'a bit of' vs. 'a lot of'
Formatting.
Jul
5
suggested suggested edit on 'a bit of' vs. 'a lot of'
May
30
comment Are “w/o”, “w/”, “b/c” common abbreviations?
Other variations for because observed in the wild are: "cuz", "bc", "cos", "cause", "coz", "b'caz", "bec.", "bcoz" and "bec".
May
29
revised Zero article in a concessive adverbial clause
Fomatted, etc.
May
29
suggested suggested edit on Zero article in a concessive adverbial clause
May
29
revised Single word to describe positive, matured, or loving attitude towards life
Copy edited (but the first sentence still needs some work). Removed meta information (use comments instead, if any).
May
29
suggested suggested edit on Single word to describe positive, matured, or loving attitude towards life
May
29
revised “Were” or “was” in this sentence from a The New York Times article
Copy edited. Expansion. Removed meta information.
May
29
suggested suggested edit on “Were” or “was” in this sentence from a The New York Times article
May
10
revised What's the meaning of “contribution” and “contribute” in computer English?
Copy edited. Formatted properly. Toned down the forumness (but there is still some left).
May
10
revised What's the meaning of “contribution” and “contribute” in computer English?
Copy edited. Added some context.
May
10
comment Using the possessive apostrophe in formal English
Anonymous, also consider How to Use Its and It's.
May
10
suggested suggested edit on What's the meaning of “contribution” and “contribute” in computer English?