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Jan
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answered What are your favorite English language tools?
Dec
23
comment How to use “you know”
Not "message-free", even in theory. Their message is "I don't want you to respond".
Dec
23
answered How to use “you know”
Dec
23
revised Enquiry about the bus route
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Dec
23
answered How do you remember the difference between a “stalactite” and a “stalagmite”?
Dec
23
comment What's the word for 'online-extrovert-offline-introvert'?
I would not use such a term; it sounds extremely faddish, and does not specify whether the person is an on-line introvert or extrovert.
Dec
23
answered Enquiry about the bus route
Dec
23
awarded  Critic
Dec
20
comment Meaning of “pro” before a noun
Agreed. However, the usage of "pro" meaning "in favor of" is usually followed by a dash, as in "pro-American". Note the difference between a "pro football group" and a "pro-football group".
Dec
20
comment What is the term for pricing items just below a significant value (e.g. $19,995)
In our case this was not publicized at all. Flyers would say things like "does not apply to discount items", and when we changed the shields, prices like $19.99 always said "Discount!" or something. As I said, most of the staff didn't even know this.
Dec
19
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Dec
19
awarded  Editor
Dec
19
revised What's the word for 'online-extrovert-offline-introvert'?
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Dec
19
answered What's the word for 'online-extrovert-offline-introvert'?
Dec
19
comment I'm trying to teach Non-English kids the alphabet. What is a good list of words starting with A-Z?
@Jimi, I fear such a list would become dated, with a D for disco.
Dec
19
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Dec
19
answered What is the term for pricing items just below a significant value (e.g. $19,995)