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Feb
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comment “Shall” and “will” in legal requirements
@Anonym - Actually, will refers to a personal promise, not necessarily desire. One may very well promise to do something to which they have an aversion or even extreme unwillingness to do.
Jan
10
awarded  Yearling
Oct
7
awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
2
awarded  Organizer
Oct
2
revised tense of verbs in the following phrase
clarified title and question with 'tense.' Added tag for same.
Oct
2
reviewed Reviewed What is the origin of the phrase “playing hooky”?
Oct
2
comment What is the origin of the phrase “playing hooky”?
I did not know this, but it makes a lot of sense. Welcome to EL&U.
Oct
2
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Oct
2
reviewed No Action Needed “Baggage” versus “luggage”
Oct
2
awarded  Custodian
Oct
2
reviewed Reviewed tense of verbs in the following phrase
Oct
2
suggested approved edit on tense of verbs in the following phrase
Sep
22
comment What is the name of a small unluxurious restaurant?
@Mari-LouA Thanks, I must have dreamt I saw it mentioned. I updated the answer accordingly and appreciate your comment! ;-)
Sep
22
revised What is the name of a small unluxurious restaurant?
fixed some phrasing.
Sep
22
revised What is the name of a small unluxurious restaurant?
Updated in response to the comment.
Sep
22
answered What is the name of a small unluxurious restaurant?
Jul
23
awarded  Informed
Jun
11
revised When “you” is being used as a dummy subject
changed wording to add clarity
Jun
10
comment When “you” is being used as a dummy subject
@ChrisH - I can't think of a situation where using 'one' would be / seem incorrect. Care to elaborate...?
Jun
10
revised When “you” is being used as a dummy subject
Fixed some grammatical sadness upon review