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Sep
4
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Sep
4
answered Is there a phrase or idiom for “being defeated by future problems”?
Jul
8
comment Why is this a fragment?
You can write the "correct" sentence more succintly; "This is because I don’t know what you know."
Jun
16
answered … is done in agreement with xxx?
May
12
comment First communion, then communism?
Wouldn't "new communicant" be better? I would take first communicant to be the first person doing communion, not a person taking communion for the first time.
Apr
22
comment Is the use of future tense (especially “will” and “shall”) going out of grammar?
What is the context of the sentence? The "I am to..." construct has a specialized meaning see for example Kaz's answer.
Apr
22
awarded  Supporter
Jan
10
comment What does a phrase “Plunder for all!” mean?
If a captain, esp. one on a pirate ship, sets out with the promise of "Plunder for all". And then proceed to sink the ships of the opposing fleet he would be in a great deal of trouble.
Jan
10
comment Does this phrase mean what I want it to mean?
Although not suitable in all contexts dv/dt<=-x is unambigous