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Apr
22
comment 'of' in 'to inquire of'
I'm sorry, your newly formatted version is very hard to understand. Are you asking why "inquire" is used differently than "act"?
Apr
18
awarded  Self-Learner
Mar
28
answered Is there a name for this: an idiom that ambiguously refers to itself?
Mar
26
accepted Origin of “janky” as in, “This setup is janky.”
Mar
26
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
25
comment What word could be used to describe a period of time that stays recent?
Glad to help! If you have followup questions just ask. :)
Mar
24
comment Usage of 'out of' at the beginning of a sentence
You should be able to delete it, yes.
Mar
24
revised Usage of 'out of' at the beginning of a sentence
Removed obsolete explanation
Mar
24
reviewed Close “hospitality”: does it refer to the guest or the host?
Mar
24
reviewed Edit How do you express high proficiency in a succinct way?
Mar
24
revised How do you express high proficiency in a succinct way?
added definition to answer
Mar
24
reviewed Looks OK What is the best word for “kitchen products” on an e-commerce website?
Mar
24
reviewed Looks OK Is Luncheon capitalized when referring to an event?
Mar
24
answered What word could be used to describe a period of time that stays recent?
Mar
24
reviewed Close Was/were plural
Mar
24
reviewed Leave Open Semicolon and comma placement
Mar
24
reviewed Close Simple or perfect form of gerund
Mar
24
reviewed Leave Open Single word meaning “containers used to transfer”?
Mar
24
reviewed Leave Open How would an English speaker pronounce “valid” with a circumflex over the A?
Mar
24
comment The difference between “it” and “he/she”
-1; People refer to plants as "it" and they are alive. Pets are also often referred to as "it" without issue.