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comment Is 'my wife and I' correct English?
Is "I and my wife" also correct?
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comment Word meaning “to make more efficient”?
Just because something is efficient doesn't mean it's optimal (and vice-versa). Something being optimal means it is "the most efficient it can be", but it can still be very inefficient. Similarly there are a lot of "efficient" ways to do something but not all of them are optimal (i.e. some are still more efficient then others).
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comment Word for “of or relating to God”
By Christianity do you mean Judaism?
Jul
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accepted Do I use a comma before “that” or “which” here?
Jul
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comment Do I use a comma before “that” or “which” here?
+1 the second one doesn't convey the meaning I want, but the first one is the best alternative, thanks.
May
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answered “Cyclicity” vs. “cyclicality”
May
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comment “Cyclicity” vs. “cyclicality”
english.stackexchange.com/questions/6581/…
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comment “Cyclicity” vs. “cyclicality”
I think you could just have asked about the difference between cyclic and cyclical.
Apr
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revised Do I use a comma before “that” or “which” here?
Oops, I meant before
Apr
24
comment Do I use a comma before “that” or “which” here?
Would people mind explaining why they're downvoting the question?
Apr
24
comment Do I use a comma before “that” or “which” here?
Still reading your answer, but just a comment -- the reason for the progressive was that I literally meant to say that he is reading several articles and summarizing them at the same time as he is reading them, if that helps. It's not describing a habit, nor is it describing something in the future (it is happening currently).
Apr
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comment Do I use a comma before “that” or “which” here?
@AndrewLeach: Yup I've seen that, but I wasn't sure what to make of it, it didn't seem to answer my question (or perhaps I didn't understand it).