"To date" versus "until now"
Is "most superior" correct?
Upside down vs downside up
Acceptable uses for "associated with" or "associated to"
Genitive case in: "The three Wise Men's Day"
Photo creds or photo cred?
How to use thereby in the following sentence
"He was drinking coffee and left the cafe . . ." Why does this sound wrong?
What's the difference between "requester" and "requestor"?
A coffee to go....( for syntax experts)
When "you" is being used as a dummy subject
Whether to use a comma or not
Why did this Brit say "took a punt"?
"who are"instead of "as"?
What's the difference between superpose and superimpose?
Should contractions be avoided in formal emails?
Describing the phonetic interaction between the F and the T in often
What's the word for words that roll off the tongue?
Parallelism in the Sentence
What Defines a Utah Accent?
grammar: could versus would be able to
"Oh, dear!" vs. "Oh dear!"
What do you call a response which does not address the question?
Is it clear what "it" is referring to in the following sentence?
Word for 'Bingo' without gambling assocations
"All of" + possessives
A shorter form of question "Did it happen by coincidence?"
Where does the term "Grand Slam" come from?
Can I use "when" to start a sentence with the past progressive?
When to drop the 'e' when ending in -able?
Does English have a way to express a simple moral statement?
What is the correct term to describe literary works that are only partly fictional?
What is the origin of "have a gander"? (When meaning "look".)
Cloying, but in a good way
Inverted conditional sentence using 'can' and 'will'
augment something by some percentage
Interrogative sentence structure!
"Sounds like a plan (, Stan!)"
What's the right preposition to use with the verb "enroll"?
Is it grammatically correct to use "baby" as a proper noun
What is the difference between "extended from" and "extending from"?
"Yeah, no, I agree" meaning
Why do we use the definite article in the expression "quite the [noun]"?
Non-progressive eventive sentences in the present tense
What's a less profane alternative to "as f**k"?
Can you use the word "bearing" to mean causing?
How did 'estate' evolve to mean 'area of land or property'?
How to use the phrase “if you will”?
"Question and Answers" equivalent when it's not a question
Article usage with "majority"
Word to describe "everyday things"
What's the origin of Pig Latin?
What do we call the “rd” in “3??” and the “th” in “9??”?
"States Party to" or "State Parties to" or "States parties to"?
Why do people often say 'hambag' for 'handbag'?
How to say email "mis-sent" in a business manner?
what are the origins of hi, hey, hello?
"Pay rise" vs "pay raise"
Which is correct: “expose” or “exposé”?
What is to be made of "e" ending so many Middle English words?
Why does "impregnable" mean *cannot be impregnated*?
should say that vs should have said that
Why is a meal's main course referred to as "entree"?
Sequential (and nested) parenthetical sentences and phrases
arrange VS arrange for
On literary techniques
I need some help in this case of subordination
"followed" as a participial phrase
Plural form of movie titles
What is the difference between "toward" and "towards"?
Hyphenation of tidally enhanced wind mass loss
demanded by or demanded for
Which is correct, "on-line" or "online"?
When was the form “is become” first used?
Where does the Irish idiom "at all at all" come from?
"to require someone to do something" vs "to require that someone do something"
"Let's you and I/me be fair with each other."
Is there a word or term for an attempt to simplify but which complicates instead?
What tense should be used when present/past perfect is used?
Improving temper, good or bad?
Why does swearing 'turn the air blue'?
How to specify a date or version to indicate that the situation might be different in the future
American term for "sparkling water"?
'by which' vs 'by the which'
It never rains but it pours
Why do they say "may not" for things which people shouldn't do
"This date and time is" vs. "this date and time are"
Is there any difference between Loan and Credit
What word to use when you don't want to eat more food?
Single word for "Where are you guys?"
Non-standard sentence construction with "there is no"
English greeting with religious connotation
Is there a word that describes both "comparing" and "contrasting"?
How crazy can "and" be?
Origin of "sapiosexual"
What do you call a person who's grading exams?
What tenses should be used after “in case of”?
On the brink/verge/edge of