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16 votes

Why is "archaic" pronounced uniquely? Is the sequence -ɪɪ- only found in this word?

6 votes

Why no apostrophe in the possessive "it"?

6 votes

Near-universally applicable alternative to "sanity check"

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Is there a difference between a poll and a strawpoll?

5 votes

Why are archaic English words often used in translations?

4 votes

where did word "ballistic/ballista" originate from?

4 votes

Meaning of the zero article for a plural noun phrase in English?

4 votes

"For who so firm that cannot be seduced?" Where is the verb in this Shakespeare quotation?

4 votes

I need help understanding the meaning of "insofar as"

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Is the infinitive at the end of "I did whatever I wanted to do" necessary?

3 votes

What exactly is being parodied here?

3 votes

Why don't we use the word "hims"?

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what's the meaning of 'would' in this sentence?

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What is this word in 19th century dictionary?

2 votes

Most common consonant sound (token frequency)

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"I very like it" is right or wrong?

1 vote

I have seen/saw her this morning

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Which types of clause can be defined as absolute clause?

1 vote

How to pronounce code?

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go a little crazy

1 vote

Is 'individualistic' an absolute term

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Yet Another (harmless) Shakespeare Question: Scansion

1 vote

Which "bitch" came first?

1 vote

The usage of " to come up for "

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Do I have to repeat word "sound" in this sentence?

1 vote

What's exactly the difference between "per se" and "ipso facto"?

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How do I pronounce names that end with "t" in the standard American dialect?

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A word which means "someone who owns and or operates a space"?

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Why "house" /haʊs/, but "houses" /ˈhaʊzɪz/? "s" changes to "z"?