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Business systems analyst.


Mar
18
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How can I describe it when you want to “sell” your personal image?
Mar
18
comment Which is more correct: gender or sex?
Discussing a specific argument is appropriate in a chat room. This shouldn't be posted as a question unless it is broadly helpful. This question doesn't add anything the other question hasn't already addressed, and "more correct" is bogus. You might as well ask whether man or male is more correct. They are two different things, and "correctness" (I assume you mean acceptability of use) depends on context. The differences in context are addressed in the other question as well.
Mar
18
comment Which is more correct: gender or sex?
How does that other question not answer this one? Noting that it exists doesn't make this one not a duplicate.
Mar
18
comment How do you politely ask for someone's gender?
@Robusto What's a peplum?
Mar
18
comment Why do we say “Present Arms” instead of “Present Your Arms”?
I removed the community wiki.
Mar
18
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Difference between 'part' and 'a part'?
Mar
17
comment What does “the need of the hour” mean?
What is RPSC?
Mar
17
comment What does “thanks for sharing” mean?
Thanks for sharing.
Mar
15
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
14
reviewed Reject suggested edit on Should I use “everyone's”, “everyones'” or “everyones”?
Mar
14
reviewed Approve suggested edit on onomatopoeia tag wiki
Mar
13
comment You and someone else and someone else and you
Please edit your question to clarify if you don't find the answer you are looking for in the other question.
Mar
13
revised What's a good word for a category of non-technical blog posts?
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Mar
13
comment What's a good word for a category of non-technical blog posts?
This is suitable for the Necronomicon, but probably not this guy's blog. Anyone who doesn't know this reference may find it offensive, so you should probably flesh out your answer a bit to explain it.
Mar
13
reviewed Approve suggested edit on have gone to or have been to?
Mar
13
reviewed Approve suggested edit on i would like to know about ARTICLES
Mar
10
comment Is this sentence's grammar wrong?
Where did you find this sentence?
Mar
10
reviewed Reject suggested edit on Why is “zero” plural?
Mar
6
comment “I am going to school” = “I am gonna school”?
In spoken English, in my dialect anyway, in a sentence like "I'm going to school", I would elide the to with school rather than the verb: "I'm goin' t'school." On the other hand, I would say "I'm gonna school you." I would guess that the difference is in whether the to is part of an infinitive verb or part of an object phrase (or howsomever the grammar actually works, which I am no expert on) and probably has something to do with how I would naturally assign emphasis to the words in the sentence.
Mar
6
revised “I am going to school” = “I am gonna school”?
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