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"Writing" should definitely disappear. For the rare question for which it would be appropriate, for questions on written registers of English and their differences from spoken English, "written-englis …
answered Mar 20 '17 by curiousdannii
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Not all grammar is about "structures" (though if you are a proponent of Minimalism then maybe that's not the case.) Grammar involves syntax, morphology, semantics - it's a broad part of linguistics an …
answered Feb 6 '15 by curiousdannii
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I think the nature of those types of questions means they're more likely to stick around. The criteria for a question to remain open are easier (giving example sentences with placeholders is easier …
answered Nov 27 '18 by curiousdannii
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Linguistically most words are phrases (and any single word that's given as an answer will be), so the tag can simply be phrase-requests. The tag description can say that it is for both word and phrase …
answered Jun 25 '14 by curiousdannii
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When you edit a tag wiki there is an edit rejection option along the lines of "this edit only describes the topic of the tag and not how it should be used". Blank tag wikis are not considered to be a …
answered Dec 5 '16 by curiousdannii
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It's usually acceptable to have both hypernym and hyponym tags. If you know the appropriate sub level tag, then use it. If a question doesn't have 5 tags already, then the higher level tag can be … added, but if there are four other more useful tags, then it's better to have them instead. But often people won't know what the right sub level tag is - they might know they're asking about verb tenses …
answered Oct 14 '16 by curiousdannii
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I might be too late, but I think the tag has merit. Microsoft Word's spelling and "grammar" checker is a prominent, distinct, and idiosyncratic view on the English language. If we can have tags for …
answered Sep 29 '16 by curiousdannii