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Noldorin
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Which is correct: "Filename", "File Name" or "FileName"?

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When ending a list with "etc.", should there be a comma before "etc."?

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Should I put myself last? "me and my friends" vs. "my friends and me" or "my friends and I"

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Alternatives to "and/or"?

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Footnote marks at end of a sentence

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Is there a sentence that begins with “them”?

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If an insertion in parentheses ends with a smiley, how do I distinguish between the two?

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What are your favorite English language tools?

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What is the correct way to pluralize an acronym / initialism?

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Should there be a comma before "though" when it occurs at the end of a sentence?

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Why does English spelling use silent letters?

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Why do we say "I win" instead of "I won"?

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Do you use "a" or "an" before acronyms / initialisms?

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What is the correct pronunciation and etymology of "corps"?

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How to ask about one's availability? "free/available/not busy"?

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"Sick" or "ill"?

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Should an adverb go before or after a verb?

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"to be all but X"

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What does the phrase "I have but one claim to fame" mean?

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Where did the word 'Greece' come from?

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Usage of italics in writing

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"Ongoing" or "on-going"

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'Which', 'whose' or something else?

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"I had to go see about a girl"

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Meaning of "boroughs of New York City"

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Difference between "warrior" and "soldier"

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Is "eachother" correct?

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Why are there two pronunciations for "either"?

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How do you decide which phrase to use when asking people to repeat what they said?

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What does the British idiom "taking the piss" mean?