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Forever non-native learner, any advice on my English wording is dearly welcome.


Nov
29
comment Colon between “that is” and formal definition
Oh, oops, thanks. Common mistake of mine I'm afraid :/ (Lemme edit! >_<)
Nov
29
comment Colon between “that is” and formal definition
@Kris: Is everything necessarily wrong if it's not right ? Of course it's understandeable, and it's not the preferred way. I don't see how it could be called wrong per se. FTR, it's tagged [style].
Nov
13
comment Passive of “tried to eat”
Featured on french.stackexchange.
Nov
7
comment When should end punctuation go inside quotes?
Possible duplicate: english.stackexchange.com/questions/1560/…
Nov
3
comment Are 'probably' and 'actually' mutually exclusive?
It's 'me' who said “oxymoron”, and I think he meant it as such. He's just asking if that's true or not. (This comment is meant as a downvote, only I can't yet ^_^)
Oct
13
comment Single quotes for single characters and double quotes for double?
I did use that convention at a time, but it didn't last very long (and wasn't backed by anything, either).
Oct
13
comment Which variant of English should I use when my target audience is the world?
+1 for Postel's law, but -1 for not explaining in what consists being conservative. Which national language, to begin with ?
Oct
13
comment What is the best way to mention a word: italics, quotes, or single-quotes (apostrophes)?
Would using both italics and quotes qualify as overkill ? Is this "word" highlighted enough, too much, fine ?