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I'm a ♦ moderator on Super User and research Quality of Experience for video and multimedia applications. I'm also a software developer with a focus on web stuff.

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revised How should I greet a close friend from the United States?
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accepted Why is “str” sometimes pronounced as “shtr”?
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comment Derogatory term for electronic device
@MετάEd Well, no, I guess I can say "shit" in a question asking for derogatory terms, but I was implying that there are other words you could use, such as "crap".
Mar
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comment Derogatory term for electronic device
I guess piece of … would be too generic?
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answered a word for “want you to be”; as in “want to [word] you”
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comment a word for “want you to be”; as in “want to [word] you”
make, perhaps? You asked for "simple" :)
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comment Should perfect and progressive tenses be avoided in research papers?
This sounds reasonable. I can understand that perfect tenses could be overused in papers of non-native speakers, and thinking about it I've noticed it myself as well. I just failed to find specific examples in my paper except for one or two passages—it might have been a boilerplate comment.
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asked Should perfect and progressive tenses be avoided in research papers?
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