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What is a verb that means "to be said by a computer/machine"?

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Why is "closed source" used, and does it parallel "open source"?

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"Which exams is he taking?" or "Which exams are he taking?"

11 votes

I watch a TV vs I watch TV

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What are the two parts to a compound word?

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Difference in pronuncation: ape vs chapel

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Is Shakespeare's Double Negative Grammatically Wrong?

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Book Writer, Novelist or Author

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Is there an English verb that comes from the Greek ἀσθενέω (astheneó: to be weak or feeble)?

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How could I rewrite the sentence in active voice?

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I'm having a question OR I'm having one question - Which sounds better?

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...thus development on these once flagship products "has stalled" or "have stalled"?

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What is the origin of "sleep till I wake him"?

3 votes

What does "tenable" mean to Shakespeare?

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Whose misadventured piteous overthrows doth

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"An" in Shakespeare's Taming of the Shrew

2 votes

More up-to-date alternative for "avoiding something like the plague"?

2 votes

What is the proper way to express a future action that depends on a past event?

2 votes

Spoonerisms in the English language

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What is a single word that means "made accessible" (not democratized/democratised or simplified)?

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Word for "things which exist"

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"as written by" vs. "written by"

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'I suppose the country can only properly be given to a child – as from birth it was given to me.' Does this sentence make sense?

1 vote

Hypernym for "radio button" and "checkbox"?

1 vote

What literary device is this? A. B. C

1 vote

A Winter's Tale Help, 'He something seemed...'

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Is "myself" an interjection?

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What does 'one' in this sentence refer to?

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word to replace " interest "

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A word to describe a person who is easily identified by an article of clothing