Search results

  1. emsr2d2

    Happy New Year

    I would like to wish everyone on UE a very happy, healthy, sparkly New Year. Let's make 2022 the year that not a single user starts a question with "How to"! 😉
  2. emsr2d2

    Please do not sit here

    The sign above has been stuck to lots of bus seats in the city where I live. Every time I read it, I think "OK, then what should I do to support social distancing?" It's a perfect example of how swapping the two halves of a sentence would make it much clearer.
  3. emsr2d2

    Pluralising surnames

    Learners (and a few native speakers!) might find this useful:
  4. emsr2d2

    Me, myself and I

    Courtesy of Analytical Grammar (Facebook page).
  5. emsr2d2

    Contronyms

    Interesting! http://mentalfloss.com/article/57032/25-words-are-their-own-opposites
  6. emsr2d2

    "Passive Panic" (article)

    This article in The Economist makes some valid points about the use of the passive. Click HERE.
  7. emsr2d2

    Could you please help me to correct my writting?

    What's "AFS"? Do you really only want to know about your use of conjugations? What does ;w; mean?
  8. emsr2d2

    15 words you should eliminate from your vocabulary

    Enjoy! http://mashable.com/2015/05/03/words-eliminate-vocabulary/?utm_cid=p-disp-fb%23lHxBPJzBTRqW#1VMIkRhs2GqF
  9. emsr2d2

    The 58 most commonly misused words in English

    Members might be interested in THIS.
  10. emsr2d2

    The great who/whom mystery

    Confused about when to use "who" and when to use "whom"? Have a look at this: http://theoatmeal.com/comics/who_vs_whom Beautifully done!
Top