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Taking a Bachelor degree this summer in Computer Science and Engineering.


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revised What happened to the “‑est” and “‑eth” verb suffixes in English?
Implemented the correction in the comment
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suggested suggested edit on What happened to the “‑est” and “‑eth” verb suffixes in English?
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comment Replacing the periods/dots with spaces in abbreviations
The basic rule is to end the abbreviated words with a dot, like this: "e.g.", however it is allowed to omitted the dots, with the condition that one put spaces between the letters. One can say that the dots may be omitted, but then a space has to take it's place, so depending on how accurate one wants to be, both descriptions are equally good (or bad).
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accepted “What happens when” or “what happen when”?
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comment Do most languages need more space than English?
Languages in general follows the rule that the more common the word, the shorter it is. A word as commonly used as hello can't possibly be that long in russian. To me, it seems that you would rather use привет or алло, as RegDwight Ѭſ道 notes, and Здравствуйте would rather be translated into good afternoon (not noted by RegDwight Ѭſ道).
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comment Using “a” vs “an” with 'very'
There's no need to be so harsh. I think that this incorrect rule is simply a case of slight misunderstanding and not some made up rule from someone with bad intentions.
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comment Replacing the periods/dots with spaces in abbreviations
I like the last example. ^^
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accepted Replacing the periods/dots with spaces in abbreviations
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asked Replacing the periods/dots with spaces in abbreviations
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comment Continuing a sentence in a parenthesis and then starting a new one inside the same
It did. Good examples!
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accepted Continuing a sentence in a parenthesis and then starting a new one inside the same