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25 votes

Does "nineteen-hundreds" refer to 1900–1909 or 1900–1999?

15 votes
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Each apple and each orange [has/have]?

10 votes

When is the present perfect tense used instead of the past tense?

9 votes

What does "going forward" mean?

7 votes

What will "this country" refer to after mentioning a foreign state?

6 votes

Microsoft Word's "fragments"

6 votes
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Should I use “speaker” or “loud speaker” to refer to the signal → vibration → sound thingy?

6 votes

Is it correct to call an Apple Mac computer a PC (Personal Computer)

6 votes
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What can I use to remember the difference between "well" and "good"?

5 votes

What is the meaning of the phrase "a man of the world"?

5 votes

"Irregardless" vs. "irrespective"

4 votes

"Don't got" — how common is it in American usage?

4 votes

English term for a word that differs from another one by just one letter

3 votes
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Is correct to use an adjective as appositive?

3 votes

"Without reason" or "Without reasons"?

2 votes

Does the phrase "fine with me" have a negative connotation?

2 votes

What does aw mean?

1 vote

Are there any differences between "I believe" vs "I think" vs "I reckon"?

1 vote

What does Maugham mean by "his spaghetti were"?

0 votes

Which is correct: "web host" or "web hoster"?

0 votes

Proper Usage of gerund form of the verb

-2 votes

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

-5 votes

Origin of "idiocracy"