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Sep
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awarded  Autobiographer
Mar
25
comment Is this translation of a joke grammatically correct?
To OP, the "chance of rain" that you see on TV or read about, is not actually a probability percentage. The percentage is the amount of land area that they computed (out of a sample size) that will get rain 100%. So the translation (and even the original statement) might not make semantic sense. EDIT: On the other hand, since I just read it is a joke, it doesn't really matter.
Mar
14
comment Usage: dismiss someone's concerns
Or perhaps assuage.
Feb
5
comment What would you call a group of people who don't mind their own business?
Meddler Is the best one here.
Jan
29
comment Using apostrophes correctly
Also to denote plurals in acronyms. "John got 3 A's this term".
Jan
23
awarded  Scholar
Jan
23
awarded  Supporter
Jan
23
accepted Pronoun to refer to “Mrs. Jeffrey's class” — “it” or “them”?
Jan
23
awarded  Student
Jan
23
asked Pronoun to refer to “Mrs. Jeffrey's class” — “it” or “them”?