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Is something the matter? I've read or heard this usage of matter many times. For instance, in The pleasure of finding things out, R.P. Feynman writes: I could tell that something was the matt …
asked Oct 21 '13 by jub0bs
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I have observed that many native English speakers (esp. American English, in my experience) tend, within the same sentence, to start a new clause whose subject is an element of the previous clause. He …
asked Oct 16 '16 by jub0bs
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I wouldn't be so sure that anger is a "temporary state on its own". Some people seem to be angry all the time! I am being [adjective] can be used to mean that you are only displaying a certain behavi …
answered Apr 23 '13 by jub0bs