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Oct
15
accepted Which preposition should be used after the verb “request”?
Oct
15
asked What is the correct affirmative response to “This had better be good!”?
Oct
1
awarded  Famous Question
Sep
17
accepted Was “God be with ye” grammatically correct at the time?
Sep
16
asked Was “God be with ye” grammatically correct at the time?
Sep
11
comment Why do sentences that start with “guess” end with a question mark?
Why all those torte-ured puns? o.O
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Feb
21
awarded  Notable Question
Feb
14
awarded  Yearling
Jan
22
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
10
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
16
asked Does “landfill” refer only to the landfill site, or also to the material?
Jul
14
comment “I am yet to see” versus “I have yet to see”
Some random data: “I have yet to see” gives 10× the google hits that “I am yet to see” does; but at the same time “is yet to come” has 10× more than “has yet to come”...
Jul
14
asked “I am yet to see” versus “I have yet to see”
Jun
19
awarded  Popular Question
May
19
awarded  Popular Question
May
17
revised “best thing since X”
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May
17
comment “best thing since X”
Are you sure? I notice I named them confusingly; in my question, X is the new, recent event and Y is the historical reference point. Did you mean what you said or the opposite?
May
17
comment “best thing since X”
Right, sure, but this question is not about the figurative use. The sentence often comes up non-figuratively in the news.
May
17
asked “best thing since X”