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comment What's the name for when a word changes its pronunciation because of how people read?
1) I don't pronounce cache either of those ways. 2) What does "meant to be read...due to its spelling" mean anyway?
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comment Expectaltee: A person who expects something
Related: When to use 'expectative?'.
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comment “Definitely how many” Usage
A maths problem about overlapping percentages could certainly ask How many students are definitely there? meaning 'at a minimum'. OPs sentence could mean that, though I agree it would not be ideal phrasing.
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reviewed Close the use of “ in more recent years…”
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reviewed Close Appointed usage with in
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reviewed Close An APP name's pronunciation
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comment An APP name's pronunciation
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because naming is explicitly off-topic.
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reviewed Close Official Meeting invite
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reviewed Leave Open Can I use “because” and “if” consecutively in a sentence?
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reviewed Close Meaning of 'Chasing the sinking sun'?
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reviewed Leave Open Using the word poetry with “the”
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reviewed Leave Open Do I need quote marks when I quote myself?
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reviewed Leave Open What is the opposite of 'identity' in this case?
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comment I _____ a work of fiction. (Fill in the blank.)
This is definitely mistaken, as observation is entirely different to experience. The problem may be more with your (unspecified) definition of work of fiction, which is normally restricted to written works.
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answered Rephrasing with modal verb
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comment “Definitely how many” Usage
Not entirely sure about the argument, thougfh your conclusion is clearly right. How many students are definitely there? would be acceptable, though it might be a different sense of 'there'.
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reviewed Looks OK Is there an adjective for people who prefer seeing diagrams rather than reading words?
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reviewed Looks OK A snappy and inoffensive alternative for “calm your tits”
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reviewed Looks OK A word to describe not caring (socially and publically) about other people's feelings
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reviewed Close any difference between “would” and “will” in question?