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answered Is majoritively a word?
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answered Word for obscuring bad or immoral acts with grammar
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comment The Order of Modification in English Nouns, Preceding or Succeeding?
Yes xiver77 the comma completely changes the meaning. And @tchrist, you could point out that: "I see a book burning in the street." is entirely ambiguous.
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answered The Order of Modification in English Nouns, Preceding or Succeeding?
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comment Not my cup of tea
You can't get more definitely wrong than this. The verb agrees with the subject not the object.
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answered Should I write “WP page” or "WP's page?
Oct
14
comment Remarks or Remark?
FWIW, the use of "remark" or "remarks" here seems a little odd. I'm not saying it isn't correct, but it just doesn't seem very idiomatic. I think it would be more common to use the word "Comments", and again, although it could be argued that either plural or singluar are acceptable in the context you describe, "Comments" seems the more common approach. Remember the first law of web site design -- people spend the vast majority of their time on other people's web sites, so yours should reflect the patterns and expectations that they learn there.
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revised Remarks or Remark?
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Oct
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answered What does the phrase “fence building” mean?
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answered Usage of was vs had
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answered Use of the expression “have to” in a sentence
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revised “An arc of knives deal damage” or “An arc of knives deals damage”
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comment “An arc of knives deal damage” or “An arc of knives deals damage”
Thanks Peter, what an embarrassing mistake.... I will correct.
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answered “An arc of knives deal damage” or “An arc of knives deals damage”
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revised Are there other acceptable juxtapositions of polysemes?
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answered Are there other acceptable juxtapositions of polysemes?
Oct
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answered When is my son's first birthday?
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answered Why is there an “a” in “beggar”? Why not an “e”?
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answered When listing the ingredients of a meal, should a group of a one-half onion's chopped pieces be referred to as “chopped onion” or “chopped onions”?
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answered 1.1 = millions of dollars?