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6 votes
2 answers
731 views

Use of the term "consecutive" to describe a single item

5 votes
9 answers
17k views

Which is grammatically correct: "first and last name" or "first and last names"?

5 votes
2 answers
433 views

Grammarly website: "You can upload a document which size is under 4 MB." Is this grammatically correct?

4 votes
7 answers
4k views

Term that describes the technique in which an artist repeat lyrics from their previous work

3 votes
3 answers
20k views

Citing a Shakespearean Play: What Constitutes a "Line"?

2 votes
1 answer
959 views

Can dramatic irony function retrospectively?

2 votes
2 answers
804 views

Is there a word that describes a somewhat subtle, critical remark that an author uses in their writing?

2 votes
2 answers
1k views

Comma placement in a "parenthetical expression preceded by a conjunction"

2 votes
1 answer
156 views

Word that describes a situation in which irony or antithesis is used to convey a truth or impart wisdom

1 vote
2 answers
906 views

Does the appositive in this sentence need to be set off with commas?

1 vote
2 answers
276 views

Is there a word to describe the phenomenon of "passive recollection"?

1 vote
3 answers
3k views

I received [an A / As] on my exams

1 vote
1 answer
14k views

Is it acceptable to use "notably" at the beginning of a sentence to mean something along the lines of "interestingly" or "importantly"? [closed]

1 vote
1 answer
147 views

What's the term that refers to the old belief that kings/leaders are born superior and are bound by nature to lead?

1 vote
2 answers
2k views

Do the following sentences involving "As a ____" contain dangling modifiers?

0 votes
2 answers
508 views

What punctuation should precede a multi-word interrogative at the end of a sentence?

0 votes
2 answers
2k views

Proper phrasing of this sentence

0 votes
1 answer
720 views

Is this a metonymy or synecdoche?