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Patrick T. Randolph is a creative and academic writing lecturer in ESL at Western Michigan University. He and his wife, Gamze, and daughter, Aylene, and genius cat, Mr. Gable, live in Kalamazoo, MI.

Popcorn Press has published two volumes of Patrick's poetry: "Father's Philosophy" and "Empty Shoes: Poems on the Hungry and the Homeless". Both have been on Amazon's Best Seller List. All proceeds from "Empty Shoes" go to help food banks and homeless shelters around the US.

Patrick has two graduate degrees from the University of Wisconsin-Madison: Philosophy (2000) and Applied English Linguistics (2006).


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comment What are some alternative words for “people”?
Glad to be of help~!
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comment Tri-Parts Phrasal Verbs and Categories
You have not answered the question clearly at all. Sorry, I specifically asked about tri-part phrasal verbs and not about bi-parts or other forms. There is no need to discuss transitives or intransitives, I merely asked about the categories for tri-parts. These three are most common, but are there more? That is the question. Cheers!
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comment What are some alternative words for “people”?
Perhaps "professionals," or "scholars" might work.
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comment 'have been' vs. 'went' with time words
No, I didn't mean it is not time related, but not time specific in the past.
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comment Does 'tense' fit into Lexicology?
The above are far from inappropriate for the individual's needs. Tense could actually be studied under each one, depending, of course, on which element of tense she is examining.
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