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Nov
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comment Does a gerund always end with -ing? If so, why?
As this only answers the bounty question, not my original question, I won't mark it as the accepted answer (not sure if I still can either), but +1 for the detailed answer.
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awarded  Popular Question
Nov
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comment Origin of “-ing”
So it should be "Talking is fun. So I am talkin."
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awarded  Nice Question
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awarded  Popular Question
Aug
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revised What does “If women were a country…” mean?
title shortening and removal of complete question
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suggested approved edit on What does “If women were a country…” mean?
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answered someone with special athletic skills
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revised Meaning of “long gone”
added 29 characters in body
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comment Meaning of “long gone”
I have a hunch that this is talking about Stonehenge, am I correct?
Aug
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answered Is this sentence correct in grammar and does it even make sense
Aug
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revised Meaning of “long gone”
formatting
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answered Meaning of “long gone”
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suggested approved edit on Meaning of “long gone”
Aug
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comment Shortest complete sentence in English
@Picturepocket, one way to check is determine which is correct in a group, and vice versa. So "It is Joe and I" is the correct form, therefore "It is I" is correct. No, as correct as it sounds, you don't say "It is Joe and me".
Aug
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comment Shortest complete sentence in English
How utterly profound!
Aug
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answered “Lift the suspension” vs “Drop the suspension”
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accepted Full stop, double stop, period and colon
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awarded  Citizen Patrol
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awarded  Self-Learner