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comment “Nowadays” versus “now days”
excellent! with analysis included +1
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accepted “Crack” as a positive noun?
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comment “Crack” as a positive noun?
what about programmers? I want you say: I know you're a crack powershell programmer. Does it sound like something good? or does it sound like a code destructor?
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comment “Crack” as a positive noun?
at least in Spanish we don´t have word crac. I think it´s just another deformation of the English word crack that´s the reason I used it with k. Thank you for your help, what you say is clear.
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