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Feb
25
awarded  Notable Question
Jan
30
accepted He/she “can’t” or “couldn’t” be with us today?
Jan
30
asked He/she “can’t” or “couldn’t” be with us today?
Nov
29
awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
24
comment Why are 'student' and 'suspend' not pronounced as written?
This answer is spot on, and very thorough and to the point. I’m impressed!
Nov
24
comment Why are 'student' and 'suspend' not pronounced as written?
@HotLicks: You’re making it sound like you think all European languages have more or less the same phonemes, and all East Asian languages have more or less the same phonemes. They don’t; this is not the case even for European languages, which are mostly related to each other, but the major East Asian languages are even completely unrelated.
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”