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answered Term for a person with absolutely zero knowledge of a topic
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answered Where does the phrase “flag it” come from
Jul
21
revised What do you call a person who is always noisy on the Internet?
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Jul
21
comment I'm goin'-a take that right hand road
Also, it's not goin-a.. it's gonna
Jul
21
comment I'm goin'-a take that right hand road
I believe the composer of this song meant right hand road as in, the good path. as opposed to the left hand road a.k.a, the road less taken, the left hand path, the wrong way, the bad path...
Jul
21
comment term for “location where transaction occurred”
Point of Sale maybe?
Jul
20
revised What do you call a person who is always noisy on the Internet?
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Jul
20
answered What do you call a person who is always noisy on the Internet?
Jul
20
revised Which punctuation is correct in this case (colon, semicolon, or period)?
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Jul
20
answered Which punctuation is correct in this case (colon, semicolon, or period)?
Jul
20
answered Possession in Business Name With Apostrophe
Jul
20
comment When should one use “shall” and "will”?
Shall is so uncommon where I'm from that I didn't even realize my err. @ManishkumarPatel, just use will.
Jul
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revised When should one use “shall” and "will”?
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Jul
20
answered When should one use “shall” and "will”?
Jul
20
comment When should one use “shall” and "will”?
Sha'll is so antiquated that it sounds snobbish to use. Like being mugged by someone saying, Give me thy money You sha'll not have it any longer!
Jul
20
comment “if the majority of the players is honest”, is vs are
Interesting analysis @StoneyB. My conclusion is that English is just too hard to keep on track. Consistency is sacrificed for semantics too often and it's left up to native speakers to explain why, and we never can, and we probably never will be able to.
Jul
20
answered What would you call a person who focuses only on their faults?
Jul
20
comment “if the majority of the players is honest”, is vs are
Not saying that I myself would never accidentally use are instead, but doing so would be an accident.
Jul
20
comment “if the majority of the players is honest”, is vs are
I would +1 if you didn't write that last sentence. The majority is singular, just as you pointed out. You shouldn't back up what you just argued against.