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I'm a computer science graduate of the Technion in Haifa, Israel. Currently I program mostly in C#.


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revised Another expression for cultural fit or likeness
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comment Another expression for cultural fit or likeness
Definitely not a legal document!
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comment Another expression for cultural fit or likeness
Thank you. However, the "I'm not sure if" part is optional and is not the focus. I'll edit the question to remove this distraction.
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comment An expression for a numerical limit
@FumbleFingers I assume it doesn't matter. If I wanted to be that exact, I guess I would use a more exact formulation for this, such as: "include all the numbers up to and including 10".
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comment odd taxonomy of English
Cows and oxen were probably very important for spearkers of the English language. Similarly, Arabic has dozens of words for camels.
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comment “I kindly ask to” vs “I ask to kindly”
It could have had a different meaning if language was something exact and formulated, like mathematics. You're right in your syntactic analysis, and yet the semantics don't follow the syntax. This is how languages work, they don't normally adhere to rules that we try to formulate :)
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answered Is the tense in the sentence correct?
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comment When do we use “went bowling,” and when do we use “go bowling”?
This is not subjunctive, this is second conditional.
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comment Adjective + “of them”
What about "I want 5 of them new"? Like "I want my food dead".
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comment Correct usage of Infinitive
This has nothing to do with infinitives. In an infinitive, the "to" is placed before the verb, not after the verb.
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comment “S'il vous plaît” = “If you please”?
Thanks, I changed it to "objective case".