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110 votes

Which is correct, "you and I" or "you and me"?

44 votes

Is "my bad" a correct English phrase?

28 votes

What words are commonly mispronounced by literate people who read them before they heard them?

16 votes
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What's the difference between "hence" and "thus"?

14 votes
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Why is "blood" pronounced the way it is?

10 votes
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Origin and meaning of "The eagle flies at midnight"

9 votes

Is "ad hominem" gender-neutral?

8 votes

Do you say "please yourself" in a non-sexual context?

7 votes

"Bring" versus "take"

6 votes

The times are a-changing? Why a-?

6 votes

Why does one count mississippily?

4 votes

"Which we discussed" vs. "about which we discussed"

3 votes

What words are commonly mispronounced by literate people who read them before they heard them?

3 votes

How does one correctly use a "-" outside of hyphenation - if at all?

2 votes

Cross Origins of Comrade and Camaraderie

2 votes

Why are words such as "that" and "those" not considered articles?

2 votes

"Miniscule" vs. "minuscule"

2 votes

Double meaning?

2 votes

How to remember using "have" instead of "of"?

2 votes

Is there a difference between "cheers" and "thanks" in colloquial British English?

1 vote

"Wanting something to happen"

1 vote

How to read aloud a sentence like 'In the year 18.. they decided to move to Bricktown'

1 vote

in early am or at early am (time)

1 vote

Rx for Prescriptions

0 votes

If enough people say "supposably" instead of "supposedly"

0 votes

"In orbit" vs. "on orbit"

0 votes

What is the opposite of "interesting" in "This person is interesting"?

0 votes

What's a word that suggests having very long ears?