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revised “Milk in first and Indian”—what does it mean?
How embarassing!
Jan
15
accepted “Milk in first and Indian”—what does it mean?
Jan
15
comment “Milk in first and Indian”—what does it mean?
That sounds quite plausible! We don't really have "tea culture" here in the States. If you post it as an answer I'll upvote it, and probably accept it.
Jan
15
revised “Milk in first and Indian”—what does it mean?
fixed goof
Jan
15
asked “Milk in first and Indian”—what does it mean?
Jan
12
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Nov
6
reviewed No Action Needed What's the difference in meaning between “evidence” and “proof”?
Nov
6
reviewed Close Correct tense - will/would?
Nov
6
reviewed Leave Open How did “run over him” evolve to “run him over” over the last 50 years?
Nov
6
reviewed Leave Open I could not have not noticed
Nov
6
reviewed Leave Open how to introduce section content in a thesis
Nov
6
reviewed Close Proverb about wealth and connectedness/friends
Nov
6
reviewed Leave Open What word means 'discrete piece of knowledge'?
Nov
6
reviewed Leave Open “In learning you will teach, and in teaching you will learn” - What does it mean?
Nov
6
reviewed Leave Open quotation capitalization and citation
Nov
6
reviewed Close Learning English - How to retell this story
Nov
6
reviewed Leave Open What verb form should be used in 'that' clauses after words expressing personal reactions and judgments? Subjunctive or modal?
Nov
6
reviewed Leave Open Is “Sleeveless vest” redundant?
Nov
6
reviewed Leave Open One who is repulsed by / dislikes something
Nov
6
reviewed Close Idioms for fake sadness other than crocodile tears?