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accepted Is an implied proper noun *really* a proper noun?
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comment Is an implied proper noun *really* a proper noun?
@EdwinAshworth I wonder if the audience of the comment would affect whether it was perceived as a proper noun or a common noun? i.e. Somebody who knew he meant a specific University would treat it as a proper noun, but somebody that wasn't aware of the specific university might expect it's a common noun? In terms of, Would you say 'It's back to School next week', to be perfectly honest, I don't know, hence my question.
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comment What is the correct way to pluralize an acronym?
+1; great question, but whilst not meaning to sound overly pedantic, ATM is an initialism, not an acronym.