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David M W Powers
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29 votes

What exactly is the difference between "misinformation" and "disinformation"?

20 votes

What is the difference between "simulate" and "emulate"?

7 votes

What modal verbs do natives use nowadays?

6 votes
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Indefinite article before symbols

5 votes

Are "whores" and "horse" homophones?

4 votes
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What is the difference between "ok" and "alright"?

4 votes

Is "yesterday" a noun, an adjective or an adverb?

3 votes

Difference in meaning: "would have had to be" vs "would have had to have been"

2 votes

what's the difference between "apparent", "evident" and "obvious"?

2 votes
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what's the difference between "apparent", "evident" and "obvious"?

2 votes

What's the difference between "null" and "void" in legal language?

2 votes
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Is there a single word for "Use the contribution of"

2 votes

Is there an alternative to the word "coincidence" to describe when two say the same word spontaneously?

2 votes

An idiomatic alternative to "familiar with the matter"

2 votes

When did periphrastic tenses stop being tenses?

2 votes

What is the difference between adjust and adapt?

2 votes
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non-typical copular and predicative expression

2 votes

Superlative and definite article "the"

1 vote

What is the difference between "hang on" and "hold on"?

1 vote

Omission of definite article with musical instruments

1 vote

How many tenses are there in English?

1 vote

What is the difference between "blurry" and "blurred"?

1 vote

Is there a general rule for which types of nouns end in -archy vs. -cracy?

1 vote

Explain to me the meaning of the sentence, please (stock charts)

1 vote
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Standard Quotation Format in MLA

1 vote

Should we say less or fewer "fruit and vegetables"?

1 vote

Should I use " related" or "-related"

1 vote

The future as reported in the past

1 vote

What difference does using 'had' make to those two verb tenses, and if so, what is it?

1 vote

Is it correct to say "a friend of X and mine" if both X and I know each other and the friend?