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Discussion in 'Groups' started by ParaLogia, Jan 1, 2013.
I found these volumes lying on my bookshelf, collecting dust.
I also really like On Writing Well by William Zinsser. It's probably the book that really got me interested in writing as craft. :)
This is my favorite quote from Elements of Style:
Very wise words indeed!
My bad! xD I edited it.
If You could have applied the words by omitting the "indeed." :p
Lel, you lexical troll you. :p
Remember to omit only needless words. Otherwise, you may your sentence. :p
I that feel when you accidentally a sentence. X3
My original sentence was written as follows:
I've learned much. ;)
We should write a book on this some time. :p
Isn't that like the story of how language evolves? lololol
See definitions of "cynic"/"cynical" over time
Been too busy to contribute here, but thought you also might like: http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/la...ing-yourself-editing-20130119,0,3824129.story
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Who knows what inflammable means? (No cheating!)
I said no cheating, you git!
Bad rocker! Bad!
Oh, oh, oh! I know! I know! Pick me! Pick meeeeee
It means the same as flamibal! :3 Hehehe, it's a common trick we use to catch out first year chemists (and amateur grammar nazis). :p
It's Urban Dictionary. I doubt it's right anyway.
Separate names with a comma.