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21 votes
9 answers
9k views

What does it mean when Americans say "We love you" in an email? [closed]

16 votes
6 answers
22k views

"He's unarguably the best" or "He's arguably the best"

10 votes
3 answers
28k views

When to say "a proof", "the proof" and just "proof"?

7 votes
2 answers
5k views

Why do we use the article 'a' when referring to 100 items? But we don't use it when referring to any other plural count?

5 votes
2 answers
173k views

How to answer "how's it going man?"

5 votes
1 answer
9k views

Why is it "noticeable" and not "noticable"?

4 votes
1 answer
785 views

Using word "hate" in American English

4 votes
3 answers
1k views

What does "if flawed" mean in "interesting, if flawed, concept"?

4 votes
3 answers
13k views

Are "should've", "could've", etc. valid short forms of "should have" and "could have"?

3 votes
1 answer
12k views

What is correct "slowness" or "slowliness"? [closed]

3 votes
2 answers
8k views

What is correct to say: "I don't like it when ..." OR "I don't like when ..."?

2 votes
1 answer
1k views

In what cases should I use a comma before "or"?

2 votes
1 answer
2k views

Can I say "time to hit it" meaning "time to go to sleep"?

2 votes
1 answer
33k views

What does "yeah" mean in American? [closed]

2 votes
2 answers
56k views

What do you say when you talk over phone but you can't quite hear what other person says? [closed]

0 votes
1 answer
65 views

Should I use a comma between two sentence parts that have "you <verb>" in them?

0 votes
3 answers
7k views

Which is correct and what's the difference: "Next time I'll need <something>, I'll ...", or "Next time I need <something>, I'll"?

-3 votes
2 answers
619 views

Can I say "thousands of <something>" to make it sound more dramatic when it's actually "a thousand and a half"? [closed]