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Jan
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revised Should a company be referred to as “he/she” or as “it”?
added 17 characters in body
Jan
6
comment Should a company be referred to as “he/she” or as “it”?
That also sounds right. I will add it, thanks.
Jan
6
answered When to use or omit periods in acronyms, abbreviations, and initials
Jan
6
revised Should a company be referred to as “he/she” or as “it”?
making it actually a question
Jan
6
comment What adjective describes somebody who is quiet and obeys all the rules?
+1 for conscientious student
Jan
6
comment What adjective describes somebody who is quiet and obeys all the rules?
+1 for model student
Jan
6
suggested suggested edit on Should a company be referred to as “he/she” or as “it”?
Jan
6
answered Should a company be referred to as “he/she” or as “it”?
Jan
6
revised For people, can you say “a British” like you can say “an Australian”?
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Jan
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revised For people, can you say “a British” like you can say “an Australian”?
added 1 characters in body
Jan
6
answered For people, can you say “a British” like you can say “an Australian”?
Dec
20
comment Grammaticality of “I have already asked from him”
@StoneyB: indeed, thanks.
Dec
20
comment Right word to describe “people working together”?
"Work party" to me sounds like there's gonna be drinking at work.
Dec
20
revised Right word to describe “people working together”?
shorter answer
Dec
20
answered Grammaticality of “I have already asked from him”
Dec
20
answered “Hence the need to make X” vs. “hence the need for X”