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This tag is for questions about correctly using a word. The word has to be provided within the question. The question should be limited to the usage of one word. For the usage of complete phrases there is the tag phrase-usage.

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I've seen lists of the most common words in English, compiled from bodies of text. Normally "the" is ranked first, "and" and "to" are quite high, etc. But this is only written English. I wonder wha …
asked Mar 19 by theonlygusti
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I think I should use "whom is to blame" but I don't know. In speech I'd probably say "who's to blame?" implying "who is" but that just doesn't sound quite right to me.
asked Nov 27 '16 by theonlygusti
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If I want to argue against something commonly accepted to be true, can I say: While common credence dictates that eight hours of uninterrupted sleep is absolutely essential, recent studies have sh …
asked Mar 30 '17 by theonlygusti