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I am the author of TeX Tutorials on Youtube.

I am a linguist

I use

  • Xelatex because of the unicode support.
  • OS X
  • Linux Mint

Supporter of upvotes for good questions, not just good answers.

My favorite package is tikz (and tikz-qtree).


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comment Fine semantic differences between “thus” and “therefore”
It seems to me that it should be He waved his arms around thusly. Perhaps that is a dialectal difference ´_? Also, what does "thus" mean in thus far`? I would say it means something different than "in this way". Comments?
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comment What does the word “Fresh” mean in everyday conversation in America / UK / Australia? I am confused?
@UtUt frozen means hardening like "ice" (e.g. frozen vegetables). it is possible to keep something at a lower temperature without freezing it (e.g. milk)
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revised What does the word “Fresh” mean in everyday conversation in America / UK / Australia? I am confused?
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answered What does the word “Fresh” mean in everyday conversation in America / UK / Australia? I am confused?
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comment Which are the word orders that can be found in English?
You might want to check out transformational grammar for English.
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comment Did I use “albeit” correctly in this sentence?
albeit is from late Middle English: from the phrase all be it 'although be it (that)' (although it is so that ...)