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Oct
20
revised “All our X” vs. “all of our X”
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Oct
20
comment What is the word for someone who doesn't appreciate their culture/heritage?
I think your terms describe the situation, but not the person, which is why others feel it does not answer the question.
Oct
14
revised “Two yellow spots on its wings” vs “a yellow spot on both wings”
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Oct
14
revised What is the name of the symbol used to depict 'eat and drink'?
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Oct
14
revised order of adjectives exceptions
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Oct
14
revised Present perfect continuous
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Oct
14
revised Prepositions: “The confusing widgets of language”
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Oct
13
reviewed Approve Is there a passive form of “let him sleep”?
Oct
13
revised The correct usage of past tense with just
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Oct
9
comment What's the subject of “There is my biscuit!” ? And how about “There is one biscuit left”?
It's not plagiarism if you wrote it.
Oct
1
revised What is a word for a man who has a lot of sexual relationships?
citations, formatting
Sep
30
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Sep
30
comment How far out does “in-law” go?
Related: english.stackexchange.com/questions/83834/…
Sep
25
revised What is an adjective to describe what this baby is doing?
mention formatting to clarify that there is an answer there
Sep
25
comment Is the plural form of “Mercedes” a disused word?
tchrist's edit was perfectly valid attempt to clarify your question. You have every ability to rollback edits to your own posts. Additionally, tchrist answered this question years ago, and only edited his answer recently to give you a better answer since you put a bounty on this question because it needed "more attention". It's inappropriate to downvote posts as a vendetta, as well you should know by now.
Sep
24
comment Is the acronym “PET” only used in some countries?
In the US, we'd refer to it as "plastic" and use the PETE number if relevant. Most people probably recognize "PETE" from the mark on the item, but probably don't know what it stands for. If they recycle, they will probably know about the mark. Where I live, we can only recycle #2 plastic at the facility, in contrast to where I used to live, where they took all kinds of PETE plastic.
Sep
17
comment Can a sentence start with verb?
@Reg Well, the answer to the title question is in the title. The body of the question asks something else entirely.
Sep
16
comment Word for someone that doesn't like to pause while talking
I'm not sure whether to take this answer seriously, which determines whether it is an answer or a comment. Surely this behavior is seen outside of ADHD? What is the word that describes this particular symptom of ADHD?
Sep
15
revised What is the origin of “in a jiffy”?
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Sep
12
reviewed Approve When you have a sentence containing a list separated by commas, do you need to repeat the verb before a preposition?