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Would you call someone you really liked "stupid"?

26 answers · Teaching · 2 days ago
Best answer: I have said " Don't be so stupid" before, which isn't exactly calling them stupid, but implying it none the less! I have no problem in telling someone they are being stupid, no matter WHAT my relationship is with them! Just as I would have no problem having it said to me under the same set of... show more

Would you describe yourself as "overused"?

8 answers · Teaching · 1 day ago

Do you hate your job?

20 answers · Teaching · 2 days ago

Should modern astronomy books in schools mention flat-earth theory?

31 answers · Other - Education · 3 days ago
Best answer: It's no theory in any other than the colloquial use of the word--it's certainly not a scientific theory. Should it be mentioned? I suppose, briefly, in the same sense that they discuss geocentrism as a thoroughly-debunked piece of folk superstition. . .

Best answer: u in unicorn is not a vowel it is constant , you spell it as "you" not as "an" as in "unnecessary" Vowels and consonants are sounds, not letters. Depending on your accent and how thinly you slice them, there are about 20 vowels and 24 consonants. The difference between vowels and... show more

Is it to old to make friends?

11 answers · Higher Education (University +) · 2 days ago
So I'm 26 and I'm trying to turn my life around. I'm obese with a fatty liver, which I'm working on getting rid of. I've been applying for jobs to and got one in New York. I've got those two areas of my life in a right direction. My issue is the social part. Like it's complex. When I was... show more

If it isn't what Bible verse tells them to support god anonymously and hide their support of him by remaining anonymous cowards?

I don't think it depends on your income or how good or bad your credit is, he doesn't think he has a bad history he's never taken out a loan and has been on times with taxes. He pays with cash for taxes and basically everything. Does he have a good chance at succeeding with signing for it?

Best answer: it should be allocations plural. each institution has its own allocations, presumably, and there are many institutions accelerating allocations. I would only say "resource" if it gives added meaning. I don't see that it does in this situation. The context suggests that the allocations are in terms... show more

What Is a redneck exactly?

11 answers · Homework Help · 22 hours ago
Best answer: Redneck is a derogatory term chiefly but not exclusively applied to white Americans perceived to be crass and unsophisticated, closely associated with rural whites of the Southern United States.

Should school make a day for students to waer skirts?

9 answers · Primary & Secondary Education · 10 hours ago
I think schools should make a day so boys have to waer skirts

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Best answer: Consistency. We all pronounce words a little differently. If we all spelled words the way we say them, everybody would spell the same words differently. That would make it harder to read. If I were to spell out the sentence the way *I* say it, it would be "opin tha dor". Looks a little weird,... show more

I want to be a nurse, but I’m really bad at math?

8 answers · Higher Education (University +) · 5 hours ago
I’ve been wanting to be a nurse since 8th grade, it’s my dream job. However, I always struggle with math. I mostly have a problem with conversions, fractions and decimals. I’m just concerned because of the types of math I’m gonna be dealing with in nursing school? Is there too much, do you think I’ll be able to... show more

Best answer: Yes, it is. There are often other ways to express the same meaning, but as it stands, your sentence is perfectly correct. One answer objected to 'all day long' and suggested just 'all day' instead. While that would certainly be correct, there is nothing wrong with using 'all day long',... show more

Are you missing out by commuting to uni instead of staying in halls?

8 answers · Higher Education (University +) · 11 hours ago

Best answer: What he actually means is that he will force taxpayers (you know, those of us that work for a living) to pay the debt instead of the people that actually owe the money and signed the contracts. He is pandering for votes, nothing more. Do you really think all those banks that are holding those notes are going to... show more