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May
6
revised “Made look better” vs. “made to look better”
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May
6
suggested suggested edit on “Made look better” vs. “made to look better”
May
6
answered What's the difference between “Conference” and “Meeting”?
Apr
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Aug
24
comment Ambiguous connotation of “just” - How do natives interpret these?
'I ate just/only an apple' is clear, but it sounds a bit unusual to me.
Aug
19
revised “Your interview with him.” Who is the interviewer?
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Sep
20
comment Is two-thirds plural?
But amount is sometimes plural. 538.2 pounds of pizza were eaten.
Sep
11
comment Can I say “We don't must”, any alternative using a modal verb if I can't?
More about this on wikipedia
Sep
9
answered The size of my confusion is “second to none”
Sep
9
revised The size of my confusion is “second to none”
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Sep
9
answered Use of the word “have”
Sep
9
comment The meaning of Descending Priority when some possibly contradicting ordering is also are specified
In general it's normal to "order items by descending priority" meaning the important ones come first, regardless of your specific numbering scheme. It would be pretty strange to list unimportant items first.
Sep
9
comment Past participle of “spit”
Wikipedia already has a pretty complete list of English irregular verbs.
Sep
9
revised Can I say “We don't must”, any alternative using a modal verb if I can't?
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Sep
9
answered Can I say “We don't must”, any alternative using a modal verb if I can't?