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When a sentence starts with "e.g.", should the e be capitalized?

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Don't look a gift-horse in the mouth

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"both the users" or "the both users"?

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What does "foo" mean?

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A word to describe a person who prefers to be sad

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Is there a word for answering a question with a question?

10 votes

What does “it’s not going to suck itself ” mean?

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Is "still" being used correctly in "I love you still"?

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What's the comparative for the word "modern"?

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"Hypothesis" and "theory"

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Can I use "because" more than once in a sentence?

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How does "each" change "are" to "is"?

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What are the arguments behind the "literally"/"figuratively" usage divide? When should one use either word?

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Differences between “methods”, “methodologies” and “paradigms”

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What's a good word for a person that's being followed?

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Can “whose” refer to an inanimate object?

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One who objectifies women

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How should one pronounce the "rofl" in "roflstomp" or "roflcopter"?

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Word or phrase that describes the biased perception of a group

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"Passed" versus "past" instance in a published novel

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Is there a word for a change so small that it doesn’t seem to be a change at all?

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Question marks at the end of declarative sentences

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What does "taking mock offence" mean?

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How can I describe the use of "you" when referring to a group of people rather than the second party?

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Monosyllabic and polysyllabic

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"Like" or "have liked"?

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Film Trailer or Film's Trailer?

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How to describe a person who has done well in every task except one, but he has done extremely bad in that 'one' task

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Is "best" still a superlative in "best friend", as in can you have more than one "best friend"?

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should I use "is" or "are" in this phrase?