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PLL
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Is it correct to say Person A is the "spitting image" or the "splitting image" of Person B?

57 votes

"Paid" vs "payed"

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Which is correct, "neither is" or "neither are"?

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Can 'revert' be used as a synonym of 'reply'?

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When your 10-year old boy says “It’s meta,” what does it mean? In what situation and of what sort of object they use this phrase?

41 votes

Is it a good practice to refer to countries, ships etc using the feminine form?

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What is a feminine version of "dude"?

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What is it called when an interjection is inserted inside another word?

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Pronunciation of "have" in "I don't have to" [do something]

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Is there a word for a person with only one head?

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What is the correct spelling: "wrapable" or "wrappable"?

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What's the difference between the words "plate" and "dish"?

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How did "possess" come to have a Z sound for its first double-S?

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Idiomatic expression for "putting off a task until a disaster strikes"

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Why use apostrophe-s to denote possession when using 'of'

18 votes

How to deal with quoting a grammatical error?

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Is there a version of brunch for a meal between dinner and lunch?

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Singular of "dice"

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How to ask if a person has done/had breakfast?

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Is the word "epic" being used correctly these days?

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"Not worth the paper it's printed on" - wrong meaning?

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What is the correct pronunciation of the word “ma’am”?

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Omission of definite article with musical instruments

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How should I pronounce "Worcestershire" as a rhotic English speaker?

16 votes

Is "Many thanks" a proper usage?

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In reply to "Do they have...", which is correct — "yes, they do" or "yes, they have"?

16 votes

Is “I’ve boughten many vinyls” correct in its use of “boughten”?

15 votes

Term for not recognizing faces

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What does “rising senior” mean and what countries use it?

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Is "succonded" a real word?

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