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awarded  Notable Question
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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Good Answer
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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Nice Question
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accepted “There are a couple of apples” or “there is a couple of apples”?
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3
asked “There are a couple of apples” or “there is a couple of apples”?
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3
comment Is it acceptable to nest parentheses?
"In conversational e-mails, blog posts, StackExchange posts etc. it might be more appropriate to use it, but the inner parenthesis should never be long (just a couple of words)." Unless you are answering a question on Stack Overflow that is about Lisp.
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awarded  Enlightened
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awarded  Critic
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comment Are “like” and “such as” completely synonymous?
I such as cookies.
Apr
10
comment Can “…” mean the same thing as a semicolon?
That is not an ellipsis. Did you mean “…” instead?
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7
awarded  Scholar
Mar
7
accepted What does it mean to 'read the text opposite'?
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comment What does it mean to 'read the text opposite'?
@chaos oh okay. I don't have much to complain a out the book: I am forced to use it. :)
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comment What does it mean to 'read the text opposite'?
@chaos it is released by Oxford University. I think they do know how to teach, but still, it was unclear. :)