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Nothing senseful here at this time.


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17
awarded  Caucus
Dec
3
comment Which is correct: “prefer X to Y” or “prefer X over Y”?
"No thanks, I prefer to walk"; The "to" in your example is part of the infinitive that you are using ("to walk"). Compare "I prefer a walk" or "Would you like (a) coffee?" "No thanks, I prefer tea".
Jul
31
awarded  Caucus
Jan
23
awarded  Yearling
Dec
6
awarded  Scholar
Dec
6
accepted did <verb> and <verb>
Dec
5
awarded  Student
Dec
5
revised Is this considered grammar?
formatting
Dec
5
suggested approved edit on Is this considered grammar?
Dec
5
asked did <verb> and <verb>
Feb
6
comment Is “the USA” singular or plural?
I'm interested in this answer and, in extension, a rule of thumb for every acronym out there.
Feb
6
comment Mnemonic for remembering how to spell “mnemonic”
@JSBangs O, you're not supposed to pronounce that g? Guess I've been doing that wrong too. I blame my native language :P
Feb
2
answered What does ‘Nevada Sen. John Ensign may be toast’ mean?
Jan
30
comment What is it called when you add 'im' to 'possible'?
Thrice didn't cut it for me :( I'm still lost.
Jan
30
awarded  Enlightened
Jan
29
answered Is “how to do it” grammatically correct?
Jan
29
awarded  Nice Answer
Jan
28
awarded  Editor
Jan
28
revised Do these river names mean anything?
typod a typo
Jan
28
awarded  Teacher