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bio website adam.brandizzi.com.br
location Brasilia, Brazil
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I am Brazilian software developer with experience in Java, Python and C and interested in a lot of other languages and technologies (such as Linux, Mac OS X etc.). I am also interested in English and German languages and literature. And I am apparently the last person to prefer CherryPy to any other Web framework.


Jan
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accepted How to combine in a sentence two verb–preposition pairs that have the same TWO objects?
Jan
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asked How to combine in a sentence two verb–preposition pairs that have the same TWO objects?
May
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awarded  Popular Question
Mar
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awarded  Famous Question
Nov
5
revised Meaning and acceptability of “One fifty” when speaking of dollars
edited title
Nov
2
awarded  Yearling
Nov
2
comment Meaning and acceptability of “One fifty” when speaking of dollars
@FumbleFingers this seems to be the same situation. I am not asking about the use of "and", as I have noted before. Anyway, Charles never said “One fifty dollars” can mean $1.50; what he said is that “One fifty” can mean $1.50. I cannot assure it is correct but at least ten people agree with him and horatio subscribes to his explanation. Even if this point of Charles answer is wrong, clearly “One fifty” can mean 150 or 150 000, which is still a challenge for interpretation (at least for non-native speakers)
Nov
2
accepted Meaning and acceptability of “One fifty” when speaking of dollars
Nov
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comment Meaning and acceptability of “One fifty” when speaking of dollars
This is no coincidence, I tried to transcript it :) Neither did I say the narrator said it; instead, I said the woman said it.
Nov
2
comment Meaning and acceptability of “One fifty” when speaking of dollars
@FumbleFingers to be honest, I cannot see what the questions have in common. The supposedly duplicated one seems to be about the use of "and" to separate some parts of some numbers. My confusion is mostly about not using the "hundred" in the number. Anyway, if Charles answer is correct (and it seems to be) this is hardly a "general reference" but instead a complex, context-dependent slang.
Nov
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asked Meaning and acceptability of “One fifty” when speaking of dollars
Aug
23
awarded  Notable Question
Jul
31
awarded  Caucus
Jun
21
accepted “Fight with the grape”: what does it mean?
Jun
21
asked “Fight with the grape”: what does it mean?
Jun
13
awarded  Popular Question
May
1
comment Can “so” and “very” be used together?
Just a note: I find expressions such as "so very funny" are hyperbolically humorous. This sounds as an tongue-in-cheek exaggeration, so I would use it only in these situations. OTOH, I am no English expert and my opinion may be wrong, but this seems to be the case to me nonetheless.
Mar
3
accepted “I and someone”, “me and someone” or “I and someone we”
Feb
29
revised “I and someone”, “me and someone” or “I and someone we”
added 12 characters in body
Feb
29
comment “I and someone”, “me and someone” or “I and someone we”
I used "someone" as a placeholder, this is not the real sentence (which uses "my partners" in place of "someone").