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awarded  Nice Answer
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awarded  Yearling
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comment What is the collective noun for a group of scorpions?
You have to admit it does sound like an excellent sequel to Sharknado
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answered What is the collective noun for a group of scorpions?
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answered Is there a word to describe somebody who disapproves of the overuse of buzzwords?
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comment Is there a list of words coined by authors such as Shakespeare?
According to the Guardian, Milton may be responsible for introducing up to 630 new words. Some are here and some are here.
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awarded  Supporter
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comment “Crack” as a positive noun?
From OED definition: craic is a noun, chiefly Irish variant spelling of crack (sense 4 of the noun). Origin is 1970s: Irish, from English crack. The English word apparently entered Irish English from Scots in the mid 20th century and subsequently assumed an Irish Gaelic form. But it is very much a contemporary slang word in Ireland.
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answered “Crack” as a positive noun?
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19
comment “He was telling me that he is going…” vs. “He told me that he is going…”
So again - if something happened during the telling that you want to mention, you would use He was telling me that he is going on vacation when/and/while X happened. If you want to just want to state that he told you, then you would use He told me that he is going on vacation.
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awarded  Teacher
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awarded  Autobiographer
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answered “He was telling me that he is going…” vs. “He told me that he is going…”