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curiousdannii
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76 votes

Are there any English words pronounced with sounds/syllables that aren't part of the spelling?

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Is 'at the time of writing' correct?

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Are we using the term 'apocalypse' in wrong way?

24 votes

What's the difference between a graph, a chart, and a plot?

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What does "she was deploying her famous pipes" mean?

21 votes

Is there any noun in English which changes the first letter in the plural?

16 votes

What great writers have used coordinating conjunctions at the start of sentences?

14 votes

Is there a better verb than "unignore"?

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Why should etymology stop where it does?

11 votes

Is Grammar An Exact Science?

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What preposition should be used with "cache"?

10 votes

Difference between 'part' and 'a part'?

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A word for reading something thoroughly until one understands it well?

8 votes

Is the § character recognizable as an icon for legal matters in English speaking countries?

6 votes

What does "She is tall for her age" mean?

6 votes

Does the word "and" always mean a logical (boolean) operation?

6 votes

Is it optional to voice the final letter and linking sound?

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What is a word for using an attribute of a thing to refer to the whole thing?

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Is "crash into a bend" BrE and must there be a structure at the bend in order to use the phrase?

5 votes

Why doesn't the auxiliary will qualify as future tense?

4 votes

Is "now" a "preposition"?

4 votes

How to describe a dish that is both salty and sweet?

4 votes

"learnings" to talk about things that were learned but that were not taught

4 votes

Word for "partially buried"?

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Should one use an indefinite article after 'kind of'?

4 votes

Is there a grammar rule that defines the properties of a legally accepted word

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Why can’t you say “I fell the stairs”?

4 votes

What does "stick a bulls-eye on your back" mean?

3 votes

"in the order it was received" and referring to position as "order"

3 votes

Difference between "solicitor" and "barrister"