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Mysterion
  • Member for 13 years, 10 months
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  • Melbourne, Australia
166 votes
4 answers
849k views

"More clear" vs "Clearer": when to use "more" instead of "-er"?

74 votes
4 answers
780k views

"Effect" vs. "Affect"

53 votes
6 answers
568k views

"Speak to" vs. "Speak with"

42 votes
4 answers
232k views

Does "staff" take a plural verb?

39 votes
8 answers
139k views

Do "in future" and "in the future" imply different meanings?

25 votes
3 answers
2k views

"e.g." versus "i.e."

23 votes
3 answers
217k views

"Differ to", "differ with" or "differ from"

23 votes
3 answers
161k views

Is "details" singular?

23 votes
3 answers
130k views

"Give up" versus "give in"

20 votes
8 answers
99k views

"Shade" vs. "shadow"

17 votes
3 answers
113k views

"Dysfunctional" vs. "disfunctional" [duplicate]

12 votes
4 answers
106k views

Is “stuff ” a plural word? [closed]

12 votes
3 answers
38k views

"I don't bother to do" vs "I don't bother doing"

10 votes
3 answers
245k views

Are both "in regards to" and "regarding to" correct?

10 votes
2 answers
6k views

All together vs. Altogether

8 votes
3 answers
13k views

Changing subject and verb positions in statements and questions

8 votes
8 answers
18k views

"Visualized" equivalent adjective for audio

7 votes
3 answers
9k views

Reward vs Award

7 votes
2 answers
11k views

Based vs Located

6 votes
5 answers
490 views

"The" for superlative referring to more than one object

5 votes
1 answer
1k views

What does "undoable" mean?

4 votes
3 answers
8k views

"For president" vs "for presidency"

3 votes
2 answers
16k views

"a" or "an" for words that don't start with vowels but sound like they're starting with a vowel [duplicate]

3 votes
2 answers
53k views

"Whenever you arrive/are arrived/were arrived"

3 votes
1 answer
2k views

Is it correct to use "are you" instead of "if you're"?

3 votes
4 answers
1k views

Archaic text suggestions

2 votes
1 answer
2k views

Emphasising sentences

2 votes
4 answers
18k views

Does "intense" have a negative meaning?

1 vote
3 answers
23k views

"Vote goes for" vs "Vote goes to"