2,466 reputation
42045
bio website
location
age
visits member for 3 years
seen 2 days ago

professional translation


I write to discover what I think.


Apr
11
awarded  Yearling
Mar
20
awarded  Famous Question
Mar
20
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
17
awarded  Nice Answer
Feb
17
comment What does “I Can't Get No Satisfaction” mean?
@GSerg: Right, that makes more sense. Thank you.
Feb
17
accepted Question on the use of auxiliary verbs
Feb
17
comment What does “I Can't Get No Satisfaction” mean?
Didn't you mean to say "I want my satisfaction, I cannot live without getting some"?
Feb
16
awarded  Strunk & White
Feb
16
revised Punctuation of “But you know, Bob, you, too, played an important role”
added 2 characters in body
Feb
16
comment Punctuation of “But you know, Bob, you, too, played an important role”
I recommend to add your explanation in the comment to your answer, not for the sake of downvotes, but to make the answer informative.
Feb
16
revised Punctuation of “But you know, Bob, you, too, played an important role”
added 2 characters in body
Feb
16
reviewed Looks Good Punctuation of “But you know, Bob, you, too, played an important role”
Feb
16
reviewed Edit suggested edit on What is a “Mexican Ultimatum”?
Feb
16
revised What is a “Mexican Ultimatum”?
Converted a red bull link to an active one's.
Feb
16
awarded  Custodian
Feb
16
reviewed No Action Needed Use of “Afghani” as an adjective
Feb
16
reviewed No Action Needed Is “I'ven't” a valid contraction?
Feb
16
asked Question on the use of auxiliary verbs
Jan
28
revised What is the English word for the stones used in Indian weighing balance?
deleted 4 characters in body
Jan
28
comment What is the English word for the stones used in Indian weighing balance?
Exactly, they are called "masses" as described here in this Wikipedia article: weighing scales: balance. You might add the link to your answer to make it more accurate.