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Aug
11
comment Single English word for Family Tree?
What about Hierarchy?
Jul
23
revised Who knocks at the door? Who does knock at the door?
improved formatting
Jul
23
suggested approved edit on Who knocks at the door? Who does knock at the door?
Jul
23
comment Which is correct? (both .. and)
I think the first one is correct but I'm not sure about the other three sentences though.
Jul
23
accepted What is the meaning of “phantastic” and what does a dated form of a word mean?
Jul
22
asked What is the meaning of “phantastic” and what does a dated form of a word mean?
Jun
16
revised Using Past-tense or Present-tense for verbs
highlighted the sentences
Jun
16
suggested approved edit on Using Past-tense or Present-tense for verbs
Jun
15
awarded  Editor
Jun
15
revised what article should go before specific games?
added 53 characters in body
Jun
15
answered what article should go before specific games?
Jun
15
answered What does “I know, right?” mean?
May
13
answered “I, for one, don't know ”
Apr
22
comment What’s the difference between “in” and “at” when used before a Location/Site/Country/County etc
got clarified by looking into this answer english.stackexchange.com/a/87310/36028 In is used for a general location and at is used for a more precise location..
Apr
22
comment What’s the difference between “in” and “at” when used before a Location/Site/Country/County etc
I don't understand when "In" should be used in regard to places..coz there is always no reason for "In" to be used in 3D space..because as @DaveBoltman says, its correct to say some cities or countries, like "I live in India", "I'm in Mumbai right now".
Mar
7
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Nov
6
asked Use of person years experience or another word for combined experience
Aug
1
answered Is there a word for someone being both 'Spectator and Participant'?
Aug
1
awarded  Supporter
May
20
awarded  Autobiographer