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Mar
2
comment Antedecent of “which” in “A man coming out of the backdoor of his house which is facing east”
To me this seems entirely ambiguous. Just a poorly worded sentence.
Feb
28
comment Why does the “e” in judge vanish in the word “judgment”?
Related question: english.stackexchange.com/questions/1623/…
Feb
28
asked Why does the “e” in judge vanish in the word “judgment”?
Feb
19
comment “How did you know?” vs. “how do you know?” distinction
Great answer,thank you!
Feb
19
accepted “How did you know?” vs. “how do you know?” distinction
Feb
17
asked “How did you know?” vs. “how do you know?” distinction
Feb
7
answered Can “both” be used in this way as an appositive?
Feb
2
answered Correct preposition for “porch”
Jan
30
revised What is a prefix that means near?
added 6 characters in body
Nov
15
accepted word for racial polarization (similar to “partisanship”)
Nov
9
revised Difference between “?!” and “!?”?
corrected title
Nov
9
suggested suggested edit on Difference between “?!” and “!?”?
Nov
8
comment What's the meaning of 'ever'?
Hagrid! I miss those books.
Nov
8
comment When to put a verb ahead of its doer?
The verb first actually sounds better to me, unfortunately I'm not really able to describe why.
Nov
8
answered Difference between “fallback” and “fall back”?
Nov
8
answered Using “do” or “does” for two things connected by “and”?
Nov
8
revised LEDs and the correct pronunciation
corrected RAS syndrome
Nov
7
suggested suggested edit on LEDs and the correct pronunciation
Nov
7
comment word for racial polarization (similar to “partisanship”)
@Mitch it might be hard to understand if you're not familiar with the term "partisanship". I would look up the term and how it's used in political discourse--it's essentially that, but with race instead of party.
Nov
7
comment word for racial polarization (similar to “partisanship”)
@Mitch Not racism, just race.