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awarded  Popular Question
Aug
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comment Which English grammar should be followed when writing for a global audience?
I think this is too similar to Which variant of English should I use when my target audience is the world?, personally.
Jun
23
accepted A more specific type of “nervous laughter”
Jun
22
comment A more specific type of “nervous laughter”
Gauging is spot on, thanks!
Jun
20
asked A more specific type of “nervous laughter”
Jun
20
awarded  Scholar
Jun
20
accepted What style suggestions are common for which words are used in hyperlinks?
Jun
6
awarded  Student
Jun
6
asked What style suggestions are common for which words are used in hyperlinks?
Apr
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answered Is it possible that my short novel will be boring to my readers because it only has two characters and the location doesn't change?
Mar
28
comment “…and the fire from the stove engulfed him” or “jumped on him” or “covered him” or “devoured him” or what?
I agree with @JSBangs. The writers crew would probably be more suited for this question.
Mar
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awarded  Supporter
Mar
22
comment Why is “It was a dark and stormy night..” not a good opening?
"Fiercely agitating" makes me think of an over-zealous tickling.
Mar
21
comment Are complex sentences uncommon or unwanted in English?
+1; The point and purpose of the paper or essay should determine how you write the paper. Creative writing will tend to have longer and more artistic sentences. Opinion pieces or descriptive essays should be short and condensed. Exceptions abound, obviously, but if you must err, err with short sentences.