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Apr
14
comment Usage of “In present-day”
OK, I'll change accordingly
Apr
13
comment Usage of “In present-day”
Thanks @Josh61 :-)
Nov
1
comment The use of “black box” as a synonym of “mysterious”
Thanks for your insight. I'll go for "more transparent", as suggested by @LindaBrammer in her comment.
Apr
24
comment “Perhaps” versus “probably”
@mplungjan: Thanks, it helps!
Apr
24
comment “Perhaps” versus “probably”
I did try to find the answer by myself... but there are many examples with "Perhaps the most" which confused me. Anyway, let's close this post here.
Apr
24
comment “Perhaps” versus “probably”
You are rough on me. The difference between "perhaps" and "possibly" is clear to me. However, in this particular context, I suspected a possible different meaning. Anyway, thanks for your answer, and for pointing me out the site.
Dec
20
comment “Hence the need to make X” vs. “hence the need for X”
Thanks for the input (+1). (My title has been edited. Originally, X = an educated guess).
Dec
20
comment “Hence the need to make X” vs. “hence the need for X”
Many thanks for your free comment ;-)
Jul
10
comment PhD = Piled Higher and Deeper
Thank you very much!
Jul
9
comment PhD = Piled Higher and Deeper
@mgkrebss: Just to be sure to fully understand the sense of these. It is said that BS is bullshit, MS is more of bullshit, and PHD is a big pile of bullshit. Isn't it?
Jun
19
comment How to ask questions with “how many” in them?
Thank you for the additional 'theoretical' discussion!
Jun
2
comment “At various occasions” versus “on various occasions”
@Brennan Vincent: Thank you for the answer and the suggestions !
Jun
2
comment “At various occasions” versus “on various occasions”
Idiot: Thank you for pointing out the different meanings.
May
15
comment Is “that of” used in an appropriate way?
Thanks for the answer and the discussion with Robusto
Apr
21
comment Does “who does what” work in this sentence?
Thank you! Yes, I wanted to know whether or not "who deos what" sounds colloquial. Thx.
Apr
21
comment Does “who does what” work in this sentence?
Thank you! I will use "who supports what".
Apr
16
comment “Collect in” vs. “collect among”
Thanks! I shall use "from" then!
Apr
12
comment “Plugging in X” vs. “plugging X in”
@mplungjan: Thank you for your comment as well. I upgraded it!
Apr
11
comment “Plugging in X” vs. “plugging X in”
Well... I have used "substitute" many times in my text. Therefore I have sometimes decided to plug in "plug in" instead of "substitute" ;-)