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Apr
8
comment Is there any English word in which “ph” is not pronounced as “f”?
Haphazard was the first such word that came to my mind.
Apr
8
comment Is there any English word in which “ph” is not pronounced as “f”?
I say phthalate like "fthalate".
Apr
1
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Mar
31
comment Uncommon Term for an Excellent Orator?
@LittleEva - Are you asking for the negative proof?
Mar
31
answered Uncommon Term for an Excellent Orator?
Mar
31
comment Uncommon Term for an Excellent Orator?
If you want to play this game, "slick whistle-stopper" is not a term, it is a phrase.
Aug
29
comment Is there a word which means whatever you want it to mean? Or has no meaning?
I do not see any anaphora here.
Aug
23
comment Is there a word which means whatever you want it to mean? Or has no meaning?
The word "that" has nothing to do with a particle.
Aug
23
revised What do we call the “rd” in “3ʳᵈ” and the “th” in “9ᵗʰ”?
Sounds
Aug
23
comment What do we call the “rd” in “3ʳᵈ” and the “th” in “9ᵗʰ”?
The question has been edited. My answer applies to the question as I saw it, with the superscripts.
Aug
23
answered What do we call the “rd” in “3ʳᵈ” and the “th” in “9ᵗʰ”?
Aug
23
comment What do we call the “rd” in “3ʳᵈ” and the “th” in “9ᵗʰ”?
@tohecz — The ordinal indicators in english were originally written in superscript, way before Microsoft Word.
Aug
21
comment Is there a word which means whatever you want it to mean? Or has no meaning?
Why Da Kine has capital letters ?
Aug
21
comment Is there a word which means whatever you want it to mean? Or has no meaning?
What does your note mean ? Da Kine comes from english ?
Aug
20
comment Is there a word which means whatever you want it to mean? Or has no meaning?
I think that dude means a guy. I would not say "Dude !" to a girl.
Aug
20
comment Is there a word which means whatever you want it to mean? Or has no meaning?
What does this mean, "the F-word" ? We are on a site about language & words. Don't be afraid of words.
Aug
4
comment Sentence in which “its” and “it's” can be interchanged without changing the meaning?
@djechlin - Beef has fat, hence beef is fat.
Jul
31
suggested rejected edit on Sentence in which “its” and “it's” can be interchanged without changing the meaning?
Jul
31
comment Sentence in which “its” and “it's” can be interchanged without changing the meaning?
@djechlin — A food having fat and a food being fat : there is no difference.
Jul
31
comment Sentence in which “its” and “it's” can be interchanged without changing the meaning?
This is a very good, down-to-earth answer.