1,176 reputation
314
bio website joezeng.com
location
age 20
visits member for 1 year, 7 months
seen Jul 24 at 3:49

Jun
9
awarded  Caucus
May
29
comment Does “so called” have a negative connotation in English?
@FumbleFingers You'll notice that in my edit I put that it was "frowned upon", not that it was "wrong".
May
29
revised Does “so called” have a negative connotation in English?
Added stuff according to J.R.'s comments.
May
29
comment Does “so called” have a negative connotation in English?
Alright, I'll put that in then.
May
29
comment Does “so called” have a negative connotation in English?
I agree that it's redundant, but nevertheless it's sometimes used in that manner.
May
29
answered Does “so called” have a negative connotation in English?
May
28
accepted Do Americans also typically use the word “aesthetic” spelled that way?
May
28
comment Do Americans also typically use the word “aesthetic” spelled that way?
TIL about "foederal".
May
28
asked Do Americans also typically use the word “aesthetic” spelled that way?
May
25
comment There is / There are
Oh. Whoops, I misinterpreted that. Still, I have heard people say "there are a pair of doves" before.
May
24
accepted Is there an adjective that describes “no options”?
May
24
accepted Can you use “many, many” in this way?
May
24
accepted What's a word meaning somebody who does things that are publicly noticeable?
May
24
comment There is / There are
"A pair of doves" is plurale tantum? Are you sure?
May
16
comment Is it possible to write an infinite sentence that is grammatically correct?
I love the "I said 'I said "I said 'I said...'"'" one.
May
11
comment Is there an adjective that describes “no options”?
Yes, that's what I mean. I apologize that it doesn't scan, but that's why I asked the question in the first place, to find something that actually fits.
May
11
comment Is there an adjective that describes “no options”?
Yes, I think I was definitely looking for something more along the lines of "for want".
May
11
asked Is there an adjective that describes “no options”?
May
11
comment Is there a single word that is a more vicious connotation of “competition”?
"Brawling" would be better, methinks.
May
11
accepted Is there a single word that is a more vicious connotation of “competition”?