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Aug
6
awarded  Commentator
Aug
6
comment It is time for “a next step” or “the next step”?
Proper in what context? It's like asking what is proper: "a star" or "the star"? Both are demonstrative articles, but vary according to how specific is the article in question:
Mar
30
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
6
comment Does the word “googling” exist?
@tchrist methinks not :) check the link.
Jan
6
answered Better phrasing for “In my defense”
Jan
6
comment Does the word “googling” exist?
Even "Ungoogleable" exists as a verb.
Dec
14
comment Why does the Sudan have a “the” in the name?
[ ... my guess...] Because in Arabic there is an article for nouns, like in French. La France, la cuba al Sudan (in arabic)
Mar
28
awarded  Talkative
Mar
28
comment Classifying grammatical names into categories?
@FumbleFingers Thanks for the feedback. Actually, I tend just to publish only articles I find on the web as far teaching others is concerned, except in rare cases, in which I am absolutely certain of what I am actually saying. That being said, this tutorial is oriented to people whose mother tongue is neither English nor, even derivative off, and the only problem I have, is... grouping the menu altogether, by a common theme.
Mar
28
comment Classifying grammatical names into categories?
And, one more thing, if there a website, that explains about this construct deeply, I would love a suggestion.
Mar
28
comment Classifying grammatical names into categories?
Hi @Cerberus, Nice catch with the parts of speech suggestion, and even more.. You said, conditional is a function of several moods, I agree. So, where does it fall into the category? Moods of Speech if the, can we fit the imperative in aswell?
Mar
28
awarded  Editor
Mar
28
revised Classifying grammatical names into categories?
added 5 characters in body
Mar
28
asked Classifying grammatical names into categories?
Dec
21
awarded  Teacher
Dec
21
answered What do you call the people who like themselves?
Dec
21
awarded  Supporter
Nov
26
awarded  Autobiographer