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English language is a hobby.
Rule 1. The language has rules. These might be obscure or not, but the language is inherently governed by rules. A linguist might study a foreign language based on deeper knowledge than a non-linguist. It is up to someone to embrace deeper rules of language. Rule 2. People often assume (not entirely correctly) that being "native" is equivalent to being proficient or expert in a language. Rule 3. Context is very important in analyzing a text fragment


Jul
31
revised The right phrase for 'more than more'
edited tags
Jul
31
revised How to join the conclusion to the sentence?
capitalizing,improved writing a bit
Jul
31
revised Definition and meanings of “shall not”
improved writing, added tag
Jul
31
revised Meaning of “f*ck” in the following conversation
corrected English,
Jul
28
revised Where can I find a relatively inclusive word-list for analysis of prefixes and suffixes?
fixed grammar
Jul
27
revised How to pronounce family names?
added 19 characters in body
Jul
27
revised How to pronounce family names?
added 1 characters in body
Jul
27
revised How to pronounce family names?
edited body
Jul
27
revised How to pronounce family names?
added 57 characters in body
Jul
27
revised How to pronounce family names?
deleted 58 characters in body
Jul
27
revised How to pronounce family names?
added 268 characters in body
Jul
27
revised Comma usage for multiple words
improved writing, English
Jul
27
revised What is the difference between a “ghetto” and a “slum”?
corrected English,
Jul
25
revised How do I represent the “-ed” in “witnessed” phonetically?
added 146 characters in body
Jul
25
revised How do I represent the “-ed” in “witnessed” phonetically?
added 146 characters in body
Jul
23
revised What is an alternative way to say “I am done”?
corrected English
Jul
23
revised Is it really incorrect to start a sentence with “and”?
adding italics in the original
Jul
22
revised How do I represent the “-ed” in “witnessed” phonetically?
added 17 characters in body
Jul
22
revised How do I represent the “-ed” in “witnessed” phonetically?
added 17 characters in body
Jul
22
revised How do I represent the “-ed” in “witnessed” phonetically?
added 13 characters in body