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May
22
comment “Cancelled” or “Canceled”?
@Jay: While I believe it's possible that spell checkers can and are having an effect on spelling, I am confident the specific case of canceled is more that Microsoft was just following (and thus possibly reinforcing) the prevailing American conventions. You can find canceled as the preferred (with cancelled as acceptable alternate) in many print dictionaries that predate the rise of Microsoft.
May
21
reviewed Approve How do you write an idiom (or phrase) in the possessive case?
May
21
reviewed Reject Divide two into four and Divide two by four
May
21
reviewed Approve What does “off you go” mean?
May
21
reviewed Reject What is it called when you stay at hospital?
May
18
reviewed Approve Baby girl names that are close to “Buddy”, her dad's birth name?
May
18
reviewed Approve What is the English version of the Vietnamese idiom “như cá nằm trên thớt” - “like a fish on cutting board”
May
17
reviewed Approve Synonyms for 'right in the'
May
17
reviewed Reject Is this sentence correct? “I let you know…”
May
17
reviewed Approve How should I use 'right' and 'left' when describing a person?
May
15
reviewed Reject Why is it wrong to say this sentence 'I'm afraid I forgot my homework at home
May
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reviewed Reject Which term to use for electrical appliances burning
May
5
reviewed Reject “What are our numbers?”
May
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reviewed Approve Word for a person who talks without content
Apr
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reviewed Approve How do American English and British English use the definite article differently?
Apr
28
reviewed Reject Proper use of “TV”
Apr
27
reviewed Reject In a single word, how can you describe something as being made by women for women?
Apr
27
reviewed Approve What does “Your hair is so white now, it can talk back to police” mean?
Apr
26
reviewed Approve “Kinda figured it out ” vs “kinda figured out”
Apr
26
reviewed Reject Why does “puce” mean two different colors depending on where you live?