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asked Origin of the expression “Gone for a toss” in Indian English
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comment What's the meaning of “on notice” and “under advisement”?
@Robusto the question hasn't been answered yet :p
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comment “make it to there”
@EdwinAshworth Ahh see now you are making a constructive point. That is a case I didn't consider. The "to" can be used emphasise the distance. I wonder what rules govern that case.
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comment “make it to there”
It's not ungrammatical in that it is still intelligible, but it is not standard English, "can you make it to here by five o'clock" sounds like Singlish or something similar.
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comment Feeling like something impossible or paranormal is happening
Well .. there should be a word for it :p
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