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Jun
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comment When can one use a contraction at the end of a sentence?
My question isn't a dupe, but the top answer to your linked question answers my question. Shall I delete?
Jun
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asked When can one use a contraction at the end of a sentence?
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accepted Are “traitor” and “trader” pronounced the same?
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May
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comment Is ‘misunderestimate’ a received (American) English word?
In fairness to our feckless ex-president, in watching the video tape of this Bushism, it seems to me he is saying, "They mis... underestimated me." I imagined that he had started to say, "They misjudged me" or something similar, but then changed it.
May
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answered “Irregardless” vs. “irrespective”
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asked Are “traitor” and “trader” pronounced the same?
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comment Is “forwent” used much?
@BarrieEngland: "Since I was sick yesterday, I forwent jogging." Try all of your suggested words in its place: none works. Try any other English word or phrase of two syllables or less. I still am not seeing that it "serves no useful purpose" as your answer claims.
Apr
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comment Is “forwent” used much?
I wonder if the respondent here could elaborate on his claim that the word serves no useful purpose. Is there another word that is equivalent and preferred?
Apr
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asked Is “forwent” used much?
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asked “Hypocrisy is the compliment vice pays to virtue” — what does this mean?
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accepted A word meaning “those who are plugged in”?
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