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24 votes

Should there be a comma after "i.e."?

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Why did English become a universal language and when?

17 votes
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Helping someone climb

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Which one is more appropriate to use: "send you" or "send to you"?

14 votes

"I use to", or "I used to"

13 votes

Etymology for “Mc‑” and “O’‑” prefix in surnames

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Adjectival step by step

7 votes

Word for person interested in latest technology programming-wise

7 votes

Difference between 'decline' and 'decrease'

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Term for person who conducts illegal business

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Appropriate preposition to go with "concerned"

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"Luck", "coincidence", "chance" — most appropriate in this situation?

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Missing words in English

6 votes

Does the casual use of "a la ___" in English preserve the French meaning?

6 votes

When should we use "can", "could", "will", "would"?

5 votes

What's the word for 'online-extrovert-offline-introvert'?

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Is CAPTCHA a contrived acronym?

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"How does it compares"

5 votes

What's the difference between "yet another" and "another"?

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Using quotes when referring to word as word

5 votes

Does "freak somebody out" mean "make somebody angry"?

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Is the expression 'more alike' awkward or does it work in an interface?

4 votes

A word to describe knowing something completely

4 votes
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When to use "is" and "was" for thing that has happened?

4 votes

'Correct' term for... upwards moving menu?

4 votes
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Foreign words reborrowed back into English

3 votes
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"Inconsequent" and "inconsequential"

3 votes

"Just" vs "already": which one is sooner?

3 votes

Is "data" treated as singular or plural in formal contexts?

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What is a "remedy" for a "pitfall"?