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comment “Do so” vs “do it”
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reviewed Reviewed How did “to lie” (i.e lie about something) and “to lie” (i.e. lie down) end up being spelled the same way?
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comment Which one is the correct use of “today…”?
Where is a place, not a time. If today is understood to be a place along a time continuum, then where is correct. Context matters.
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revised how long can a noun phrase be?
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comment how long can a noun phrase be?
Fair enough. Thank you for your input.
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answered how long can a noun phrase be?
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reviewed Reject Polite swearing words?
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reviewed Reject What's the word for a specific kind of inhalation after crying?
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reviewed Looks OK What does “nimble-witted” mean?
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reviewed Delete Is there a word for “unnecessarily large”?
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reviewed Delete What word would you use to describe a situation where words are not necessary?
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reviewed Looks OK Can I use “within” in place of “before” in “I will go there before 7 p.m.”?
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reviewed Delete Is there a single word for when something becomes neglected or forgotten (e.g. a plant dies because the gardener forgets to water it)?
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reviewed Close “Research has/have addressed” in exceptional case
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reviewed Close Is using “they” in things like “John and Bob, they looked blah blah” an error, or is it ok?
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reviewed Close Is it “good English” or “correct English” or something else?
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reviewed Close which one is suitable ? I want to say that Jane is a good friend of mine and I know her very well
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reviewed Close Future indefinite tense
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reviewed Close Is it okay to use “doesn’t” twice in one sentence?
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reviewed Close Starting with 'Theirs' in a sentence