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comment Is a future continuous sentence with an embedded intention a valid construction?
Perfect. This is exactly what I need then: a semantically peculiar sentence that's perfectly fine grammatically.
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asked Is a future continuous sentence with an embedded intention a valid construction?
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accepted Word similar to “indecisive” but more conflicted
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comment How can one determine if the opposite of an agent noun exists?
@StoneyB, sorry, I forgot prescriptive. Edited.
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revised How can one determine if the opposite of an agent noun exists?
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comment Should a contraction taken from the center of a word have two apostrophes?
I 'econ' 'at 'otion.
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comment Should a contraction taken from the center of a word have two apostrophes?
It's related, but it's certainly not the same question. That question is asking for examples of double apostrophe usage for a specific word. This is a grammatical, orthographic question related to any word you could want to contract from both ends.
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