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Mar
28
comment Usage of the verb “provide”
@Cerberus I agree that it sounds a bit awkward and that give might be a better word choice, but I'm still pretty sure it is grammatically correct.
Mar
28
answered Usage of the verb “provide”
Mar
28
comment What is the counterpart to 'reply'?
I'm partial to "original message" and "query"
Mar
28
awarded  Quorum
Mar
27
answered Should I say this forum is a free 'voting discussion' or 'voted discussion' site?
Mar
26
awarded  Mortarboard
Mar
26
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Mar
26
awarded  Suffrage
Mar
26
awarded  Scholar
Mar
26
awarded  Critic
Mar
26
accepted Is there a word that contains all the vowels?
Mar
26
comment Is there a word that contains all the vowels?
Now that I really like. Because you have both "precarious" (without a 'y') and "precariously." So the words have "a, e, i, o, u, and sometimes 'y'! =D
Mar
26
awarded  Student
Mar
26
answered Compound words: what real compound word is composed of most words?
Mar
26
asked Is there a word that contains all the vowels?
Mar
26
revised What is the meaning of the phrase: “N weeks ago tomorrow”?
improved formatting, grammar
Mar
26
comment Which one is correct? (Usage of “reach” vs. “arrive”)
"The plane arrived on time," or "the plane reached the terminal on time," not, "the plane reached on time."
Mar
26
awarded  Editor
Mar
26
revised Which one is correct? (Usage of “reach” vs. “arrive”)
improved formatting, grammar
Mar
26
suggested suggested edit on Which one is correct? (Usage of “reach” vs. “arrive”)