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Thu 1 Sep, 2016 03:44 pm - I'm drawing a blank, and isn't being any help right now. What's another, perhaps more professional sounding, word for 'ran', as in, "the project ran for... (view)
Fri 26 Aug, 2016 02:55 pm - Haha had no idea I'd get so many replies to this. Thanks guys! Very interesting to see every ones thoughts. (view)
Fri 26 Aug, 2016 01:55 pm - That's actually what we were debating, if it should be "camera'd" or "cameraed". Both just looked wrong to me so I thought I'd ask. Thanks! (view)
Fri 26 Aug, 2016 01:52 pm - It should be 'their' in both the first and last sentence. Their refers to a person/ownership: "Their cat", "Their score", "Their school," etc There... (view)
Fri 26 Aug, 2016 01:41 pm - I'm American but attended college in Ireland, so my English is a mix of American and Irish/British. The first one seems correct to me? The second one drives me crazy because of the lack of... (view)
Fri 26 Aug, 2016 01:38 pm - Writing 'i' instead of 'I'. I can stand this when it's a social media / text usage, but when companies or publications do this it drives me crazy! Also just a general... (view)
Fri 26 Aug, 2016 01:29 pm - Thanks! I'm sure it is regional. We don't camera the lines ourselves, simply hire out other people when it needs to be done, so I don't come across the past tense very often. (view)
Fri 26 Aug, 2016 01:26 pm - Just curious, for the 2nd one, why C? B seems to make more sense. The word 'now' seems to imply something that is happening, so "I have never eaten..until now" seems more... (view)
Fri 26 Aug, 2016 01:14 pm - I actually did use google first, but because I couldn't find an answer, or even the usage of the word camera as "to camera", I thought maybe it would be okay to post my question on a... (view)
Fri 26 Aug, 2016 01:08 pm - This is kind of an obscure question, but my coworker was writing an email earlier and didn't know the past tense of a plumbing term. Sometimes in plumbing they have to put a camera down a pipe... (view)
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