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reviewed Reject What is another way to say “in my opinion”?
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reviewed Reject Help with correct phrasing for poorly constructed sentence
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reviewed Approve exports goes with is or are! Which is correct
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reviewed Approve Why is there so much diversity in how English nouns are pluralized?
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reviewed Reject Welcome on board vs Welcome aboard
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reviewed Approve different from vs. different to vs. different than
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reviewed Approve What is a good word to use to describe someone who has that young, unknowing innocence about them?
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reviewed Approve Use of a participial phrase in titles
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comment Using “Earth words” in a fictional, futuristic setting
Just assume the extraterrestrials have an idiom for a ponytail, and when translated to English, "ponytail" is a reasonable translation.
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reviewed Approve What non-religious expressions can I use instead of “Thank God”?
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reviewed Approve Is there a term for the device of titling named chapters in a work of fiction?
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revised What is the “superlative” way of expressing “thank you”
formatting
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reviewed Reviewed Someone who does not like excess
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comment Singular or plural form of “a door” when a doorway has two or more doors
If there is a post in the middle, it is a double door. If not, and if there is glass from top to bottom, it is a set of French Doors. You can't have one French Door any more than you can have one scissor. I think BrEn calls them French Windows.
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answered What is the “superlative” way of expressing “thank you”
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reviewed Reject When should I use a comma before a prepositional phrase?
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reviewed Approve A finger is a component of a hand, a hand is the X of a finger
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reviewed Reject What is the difference between “I don't know” and “I wouldn't know”?
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reviewed Edit How offensive is calling someone “dodgy”?
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revised How offensive is calling someone “dodgy”?
corrected grammar, put URLS in links