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comment math soooo lost
This isn't about English, it's about math. Google it for an answer. Then ask someone to help you if you don't understand it.
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comment Opinions on my short story
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because writing advice is off topic here. Have you tried Writers.SE (I don't know if this is on topic there or not.)
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reviewed Close I have bought a car this year too
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reviewed Close “would not” vs. “did not”
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reviewed Close Can I say “had better do this THAN do sth else”?
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reviewed Close Can “The reasons could be many.” be a sentence on its own?
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reviewed Close Difference of “I visited / have visited the museum many times when I was a university student.”
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reviewed Close why do we use 'prepared' in a sentence like this
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reviewed Close What does “Take a collective look” mean?
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reviewed Close A word for a person concerned with spelling
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reviewed Close What is the difference between “perpetrator” and “transgressor”?
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reviewed Close Can names be categorised under language?
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reviewed Close Language school & language institute
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reviewed Looks OK Term for not taking a stance or non-stance on an issue
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reviewed Looks OK Non-sexual term for spread-eagle
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reviewed No Action Needed What is a single word for a person who, as a habit, exaggerates a lot when relating information?
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reviewed Reviewed Idiom: to be off the wall
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reviewed Leave Closed “Early in the piece” or “early in the peace”?
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comment One Word : What do you call who chill / relax a lot?
Happy? Easy-going? Leisurely? Chillaholics? Lucky? This is a bit broad, and can use some helpful context. Do you want a positive, negative, or neutral word?
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comment Proper use in singular: Life is better with a pet or a dog or pets?
@Bevan - It was for illustrative purposes only.