User:Atemperman

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Sundry and manifold.

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Width of flag corresponds somewhat with logarithm of time spent.

Countries where I've spent months to years at a time
United States Spain United Kingdom Germany France Netherlands
Countries where I've spent weeks at a time
Canada Mexico Japan Italy
Countries where I've spent days or less at a time
Korea Switzerland Belgium Vatican City Luxembourg Ireland
Denmark Portugal Finland Sweden Estonia Norway
Czech Republic Poland Costa Rica Cuba Bahamas


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es-3 Este usuario puede contribuir con un nivel avanzado de español.
fr-2 Cet utilisateur peut contribuer avec un niveau intermédiaire en français.
de-2 Dieser Benutzer hat fortgeschrittene Deutschkenntnisse.
la-1 Hic usor simplici latinitate contribuere potest.
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by The passive voice may be used by this user.
which & that This user joins with Dickens, Melville, and other great writers[1] in rejecting the canard that which may not be used for restrictive relative clauses.
if & whether This user knows how to use "if" and "whether" correctly.
less & fewer This user understands the difference between less & fewer.
English Singulars: "The data is..." This user recognizes that "data", "media", and "agenda" have become incorporated into English as singular nouns.
.  The This user puts two spaces after a period.
A, B, and
A and B
This user uses the serial comma unless its inclusion is confusing.
"…"? This user thinks "British punctuation is best for quotation marks". Do you?
Subj This user prefers that the subjunctive mood be used. Were this user you, he would use it.
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BS-4 This user is able to contribute with a near-native level of Bullshit.
strong support/ oppose This user thinks that when people support or oppose a proposal, they should dispense with the notion that by writing Strong Support or Strong Oppose, rather than simply Support or Oppose, their support or opposition counts more.