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19 May 2016 ... The misspelling of the two-word phrase “of course” as “ofcourse” should be caught by any good spelling-checker, but it seems to be extremely ...

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reknown. May 25, 2016 yanira.vargas. When you won the national spelling bee you achieved great renown (fame). Now you are a renowned speller (notice the ...

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capeesh. May 31, 2016 yanira.vargas. “Capisce?” is American pseudo-Italian slang for “understand?” and functions rather like “know what I mean?” In Italian this ...

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31 May 2016 ... “First of all” makes sense when you want to emphasize the primacy of the first item in a series, but it should not be followed by “second of all,” ...

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cut and dry. May 31, 2016 yanira.vargas. Many people mishear the standard expression meaning “set,” “not open to change,” as “cut and dry.” Although this form ...

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30 May 2016 ... In modern English the normal past tense form of “sing” is “sang.” It's not “she sung the anthem” but “she sang the anthem.” “Sung” is the past ...

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31 May 2016 ... The standard past tense of “squeeze” is not “squoze” but “squeezed.” Even most people who write “squoze” know this, and use it jokingly.

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loser / looser. May 19, 2016 yanira.vargas. A person who's a failure is a loser, often a “real loser.” If something is loosened, it becomes looser. Back to list of ...

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Do English pronouns confuse you? Watch this important lesson and learn which pronouns to use when. Youll be taking a big step forward in improving your ...

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“Better” is already comparative, so it is not necessary to add “more.” The word “more” is only used with comparative adjectives with 2 syllables. “Much” is a ...

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It depends on how formal or informal the tone of conversation is. First and foremost, consider who the audience is and what level of formality is appropriate to ...

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6 Jul 2020 ... The origin returned a 503 error without a response header, so Fastly used the default response. The status line of the HTTP response from the ...

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Let's start here. Subject: Likely or prone to be affected by. So, let's see that phrase with the definition instead of the word. These dates may be prone to changing.

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The third person of the verb for all singular persons is dialectal use in some afroamerican communities, mainly. This has been used thoroughly in literature.

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As I learned the phrase, it's simply he annoys me no end, meaning (literally) without limit and (actually) a great deal. He annoys me to no end would mean ...

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30 Jan 2015 ... "First to last" is incorrect. "Second to last" is synonymous with "penultimate", and would be the correct way to refer to the 99th item in your list.

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22 Feb 2011 ... The past participle of the verb to come is come, so you should say “I have come to a place where…”. came is the past tense (or preterite), ...

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2 Oct 2018 ... I would say no, you cannot start the sentence with "On this aim" or "For this aim". But yes, you can start the sentence using "With this aim", ...

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17 Apr 2014 ... When the sun goes down is the common use and form for a setting sun (as ... the beach in the evening waiting to take a photograph of the setting sun. ... that they should stay until the sun reaches them and sets in the distance.

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I'm not sure what novels you are referring to, but ofcourse is a typo. Wiktionary doesn't have an entry for it, and neither does Merriam-Webster or any dictionary I ...

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Example 64. [64] The Coo-ee cordial factory prospered almost at once, so much so that my father bought a new house at Coorparoo. In the sentence above the ...

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13 Aug 2018 ... If you look up relative pronoun on Wikipedia you'll see an explanation of "which". Being a pronoun it refers back to an antecedent. In your ...

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20 Jul 2016 ... I would generally tend to think that "a lot" v "much" corresponds to the "fewer"/"less" debate. We know those grocery store signs should actually ...

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Wikipedia has an article on third degree interrogation. Here are its hypotheses as to its origin: No one knows the origin of the term but there are several ...

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My impression is that. One for the money. Two for the show. Three to make ready. And four to go. (or "three to get ready" in contemporary English) is something ...

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1 Sep 2013 ... Myself is a reflexive pronoun. It's called that because one of its uses is to reflect the action of a verb back onto the subject, as in 'I've hurt myself'.

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17 Dec 2015 ... Wiktionary has the following entry for gurl: gurl ‎(plural gurls) 1. (LGBT slang) Term of address between gay men. 2. (informal) A girl. The same ...

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6 Mar 2019 ... The first and second uses of the verb do are different. The first do ("what does") is an auxiliary verb, which doesn't have meaning on its own, ...

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7 Jul 2015 ... I'm British. Today is the first time I have seen the word someway. If you use Google Books Ngram Viewer, you will see that it does occur but its ...

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8 Jul 2014 ... I disagree with most of these answers. "Little" is an absolute - like the word "unique". It cannot be qualified. "Littlest" is a word rather like the ...

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OED doesn't have much in the way of definite data: noun 4. A protest, (ground for) complaint, grievance. slang (orig. U.S.). Cf. beef v. 4. 1900 G. Ade Fables in ...

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Here "I" is used as a direct object-the person receiving the licks but "me" is the right word to use as a direct object. Again, try removing all other people after the ...

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'On' always precedes dates. For example: An event took place on the twenty ninth of September, 2014. An event took place on September the twenty ninth, 2014 ...

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I am and you are are the Standard English forms. In other dialects, the same form is used for all persons and numbers, so it is unlikely that a speaker of a ...

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13 Jul 2015 ... In my (British) English, the only ordinary way of saying this is so far. The phrases up to now and until now are slightly stilted, and if they were ...

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There is no significant difference between the two. Most dictionaries include a sense for thus defining it as a synonym for so, but I can't think of any cases where ...

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1 Oct 2015 ... Not is a negative adverb; no is a negative quantifier; non- is a negative prefix. Since negation is so important, thousands of idioms use each of ...

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29 Jun 2011 ... The common version of this expression is "get into a groove," which means to get used to a routine, to get settled into a comfortable pace doing ...

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13 Apr 2017 ... The difference between your two examples isn't great, but, depending on context, A might give a slightly stronger impression than B that the speaker will ...

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24 Apr 2019 ... Pussy[cat] is just an informal name for a cat. pussycat 1: CAT. Merriam-Webster. It is a diminutive of "puss" (a much older word than I thought):.

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While there is some dispute, it appears to be an onomatopoeic word, relating to the sound of car tyres when setting off rapidly or drifting; hence implying the ...

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Definition of: a rivederci. (ä rē′vā·dâr′chē) Italian Until we meet again; so long.

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The OED has hooray as a variant of hurrah meaning goodbye, from 1898. Hurrah and hurray are a shout or cheers of encouragement, from huzza of 1573. Hip ...

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'footboy' used in domains: bahamabarefootboy.com barefootboywithcheek.com barefootboyoob.com footboy.com footboys.com goddessesfootboy.com.

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12 ago 2017 ... Italians can be very vulgar, they are often and traditionally, for many historical and cultural ... Also as an exclamation 'Sto cazzo! ... A cool guy

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18 Dec 2013 ... Chick is considered by many women a derogatory term. Why is that? Probably ... A girl; a young woman. slang (orig. U.S.). First recorded in ...

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It totally works for me. I'm totally into it. Or I'm way into it. These are fine for conversation. But for formal writing, I'd use "quite". "I'm quite used to it. "It quite works ...

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The entire phrase is French. As an adjective, tout means “all” In French, but as an adverb as it is here, tout means “quite”. It's modifying the adjective court, which ...

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22 May 2017 ... If you say. We have some things in common. people may expect a list of those things. but if you say. We have something in common. there is ...

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1 Sep 2017 ... Euphemisms are words (or phrases) we can use to talk about negative stuff without sounding too negative. We use them because we don't want ...

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6 May 2020 ... Long time no see It's been ages! I haven't seen you since graduation You look very different now! I almost didn't recognize you No wonder!

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27 Feb 2017 ... I look forward to meeting you. OR I'm looking forward to meeting you. I'm responsible for closing this deal. Let's get excited about selling ...

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According to the Oxford English Dictionary, the nature of the beast first appeared in the 1600s: colloq. the nature of the beast : the (usually undesirable) inherent ...

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