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Aug
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answered Is there a subtle difference between “somebody” and “someone”, “anybody” and “anyone”?
Aug
23
answered Answering the question: Do you mind if…?
Aug
23
comment When is it appropriate to use the original pronunciation of a foreign word versus the English pronunciation?
That foreign words do not integrate well with the English language unless they're Englishized.
Aug
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answered When is it appropriate to use the original pronunciation of a foreign word versus the English pronunciation?
Aug
22
comment Which is more correct: “Plug-in” or “plugin”?
Nah, I don't think so.
Aug
21
comment What words are commonly mispronounced by literate people who read them before they heard them?
Yeah but French words are really messed up if you don't know French. I mean who would think that rendezvous is pronounced rondeyvoo.
Aug
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answered Which is more correct: “Plug-in” or “plugin”?
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Aug
20
answered What are your favorite English language tools?
Aug
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answered “Ethics” versus “morals”
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Aug
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answered What words are commonly mispronounced by literate people who read them before they heard them?