Alexander Rafferty

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location Sydney, Australia
age 27
visits member for 3 years, 7 months
seen Jan 24 at 17:11

Just a programmer, mainly interested in C, C++, C# and objective-C.


Nov
28
comment Are these two uses of “think of” in this sentence appropriate?
Plus, it should be "implies" not "infers".
Nov
28
comment “You aren't in” vs. “You're not in”
+1 For a graph :P
Mar
11
answered What is the difference between these two sentences?
Mar
11
revised What is the difference between these two sentences?
Fixing grammar in title
Mar
11
suggested suggested edit on What is the difference between these two sentences?
Mar
7
awarded  Yearling
Mar
6
comment Pre-clause, Post-clause
Again, there is no difference in meaning, but the first sounds strange, and so I would use the second one.
Mar
6
answered How to use “extraordinaire” in English?
Mar
6
answered Is there a hiatus in the word 'aerial'?
Mar
6
answered “have been working” vs. “have worked”
Mar
6
awarded  Editor
Mar
6
revised “Enrich” vs. “enriches”
Surely you meant to write "enriches". The other stuff is for the character limit.
Mar
6
suggested suggested edit on “Enrich” vs. “enriches”
Mar
6
answered Pre-clause, Post-clause
Mar
19
comment “will have seen yesterday”
Use "would" in place of "will"
Mar
19
comment “I always hate that”
Yes, because most people think of hate as something continuous, not something you can do repeatedly.
Mar
19
answered “A makes B good, and so does C”
Mar
18
awarded  Teacher
Mar
18
comment Contemporary native English words with diacritics
I am from Australia. We have never even heard of cooperation spelled that way!
Mar
18
answered What is the grammatical difference behind “is interesting” and “is interested”?