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answered Does 'no useful info' unequivocally mean 'some info is present?
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comment difference between “engage with someone” and “engage someone”?
@Mari-LouA: you are entitled to your own views on style, but not to impose them on me.
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comment origin of the word “Persia”?
"Is/was" is the heart of your problem; not only are they not the same, they are only tenuously related.
Apr
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comment What do you call the phenomenon where you suddenly feel that a word's spelling is wrong?
Dilbert's view
Apr
23
comment What do you call the home in which you grew up and spent most of your childhood: father home, mother home or what?
The assumptions in your first sentence are wrong: some countries are motherlands and some fatherlands, but nobody has both. See Is it good practice to refer to countries using the feminine form?.
Apr
22
comment Participial phrases as adverbs
What research have you done yourself? (Clue: adverbs don't modify nouns.)
Apr
22
reviewed Close Is Hangman a Gender Neutral term?
Apr
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reviewed Leave Open news spread effect
Apr
20
comment Why our children called as **ward** in the school?
This would be a good discussion for chat.
Apr
20
reviewed Close Optional singular or plural denoted with a slash?
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reviewed Close Past for modal verbs meaning
Apr
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reviewed Leave Open When to use hyphen against bracket
Apr
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reviewed Close What is more appropriate: “weekly meet” or “weekly meeting”?
Apr
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answered Why our children called as **ward** in the school?
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Apr
18
comment Derogatory word or idiom for city dwellers
@Azor-Ahai: possibly because your home isn't in an area full of tourists.
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17
answered Derogatory word or idiom for city dwellers
Apr
17
reviewed Leave Open What terms can be used to determine the state of a switch?
Apr
15
answered the basement door