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bio website drom.ru
location Vladivostok, Russia
age 27
visits member for 2 years, 11 months
seen Jan 14 at 9:17

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comment “In school” vs “at school”
So, does it hurt your ears if you hear "Children were at school" or you wouldn't really notice the oversight?
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accepted “In school” vs “at school”
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asked “In school” vs “at school”
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accepted “I so much as look” doesn't make any sense to me
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asked “I so much as look” doesn't make any sense to me
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accepted “Kvell” word usage
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comment “Kvell” word usage
Sounds good :) +1
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comment “Kvell” word usage
Very robust answer! thank you.
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asked “Kvell” word usage
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accepted I used to have been born and never grown up since then
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comment I used to have been born and never grown up since then
Thank you for the answer! And... I've learned a new word - "gobbledygook" :)
Oct
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comment I used to have been born and never grown up since then
I wasn't sure about how it sounds to native-speakers. In this case, the question is self-descriptive. "Proofreading questions are generally off topic" - ok, got it, will never do this again.
Oct
7
comment I used to have been born and never grown up since then
"You likely meant this". Not quite true :) I've deliberately corrupted this sentence in order to make it sound like it is said by non-planet-earth-creature (one from Betelgeuse, maybe) trying to learn our language (funny enough, in this case, not even MY native language :) ). So, it was corrupted for purpose and hadn't meant to be well-formed English sentence, that's why it was interesting what kind of sense it makes because I had a feeling (which is confirmed now) it won't make any. So, thank you for the answer!
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asked I used to have been born and never grown up since then