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Edward Tanguay
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76 votes
8 answers
232k views

Is it correct to use "their" instead of "his or her"?

41 votes
11 answers
98k views

What is the most professional name for "squiggly bracket"?

32 votes
8 answers
3k views

What is the best way to explain how to choose between "its" and "it's"?

25 votes
7 answers
547k views

"I'm well" vs. "I'm good" vs. "I'm doing well", etc

20 votes
6 answers
11k views

Can "real" be used as an adverb to describe an adjective?

20 votes
7 answers
11k views

How does one know when to use a gerund or an infinitive?

17 votes
6 answers
139k views

What does "going forward" mean?

16 votes
5 answers
19k views

Can "already" be used after a simple past verb in American English?

14 votes
10 answers
3k views

Why do words like "expectorate" sound more posh than words like "spit"?

13 votes
6 answers
2k views

Why did the word "Internet" change from a noncount to count noun?

12 votes
4 answers
2k views

In what contexts is it important to maintain your accent or dialect?

11 votes
3 answers
5k views

What is the best term to describe a "native English speaker who is an American"?

10 votes
5 answers
69k views

What does "thanks for sharing" mean?

10 votes
2 answers
34k views

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

9 votes
9 answers
72k views

What is another word for "boss" for a company with a flatter hierarchy?

7 votes
6 answers
2k views

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

7 votes
3 answers
13k views

What is a better way to write: only three people signed up: you, me and "thehulk66"

7 votes
3 answers
101k views

How do you write "a class's constructor"? [duplicate]

7 votes
5 answers
28k views

Is it correct to use "got" when expressing the simple past tense in British English?

6 votes
5 answers
25k views

What is a word called that has more than one syllable?

5 votes
2 answers
277 views

What is the term that means "how a noun and verb match"?

5 votes
1 answer
565 views

Which is correct: "What kind of CDs" or "What kinds of CDs"?

4 votes
2 answers
4k views

Why is imperialism not spelled empirialism?

4 votes
2 answers
38k views

Can one answer "Have you got...?" with "Yes, I've got."?

1 vote
10 answers
3k views

How to best express synchronous/asynchronous in layman's terms?

1 vote
2 answers
78 views

What is the best word for a menu item on a website for a page that shows how to get to the company offices? [closed]

0 votes
0 answers
70 views

Why can one leave out the article in "Please contact administrator"? [duplicate]