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revised How do you differentiate “thru”, “threw”, “through”, and “thorough”?
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answered How do you differentiate “thru”, “threw”, “through”, and “thorough”?
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comment How do you differentiate “thru”, “threw”, “through”, and “thorough”?
You can only do it through context of the situation or sentence when you hear it.
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comment How to say “She/He is my girlfriend/boyfriend” without the possessive “my”
@FumbleFingers Good point ^_^ I love the conversation it generated though, even though conversation is against the rules. :oops:
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comment How to say “She/He is my girlfriend/boyfriend” without the possessive “my”
@FumbleFingers Given that the answer basically distinguishes how the possessive "my" is being used (the possession is in the status of the relationship rather than possession of person pronoun gf/bf represents). Perhaps the question can be rearranged to ask about the distinction of it's use (which ironically can only be asked once you know the answer). But then again, that's the nature of stackexchange, closed for xyz reason.
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comment Grammatically incorrect sentence?
+1 for funny sidenote
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comment What is the difference between “photo” and “image”?
photography = light writing
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comment Terminology for fake photograph
I've personally never came across a fake photograph, unless somebody was a really excellent painter, drawer, etc...
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answered Terminology for fake photograph
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comment How to say “She/He is my girlfriend/boyfriend” without the possessive “my”
@HexagonTiling Because any question asked by Mallow will get closed for a whole bunch of reasons. Something about it is in the FAQ, what exactly, we may never know.
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answered Is there a single word meaning 'to grow and flourish'?
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comment Is “must” ever grammatical as a past tense verb?
Must be.... (This doesn't sound past tense to me but I am not 100% sure.)