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Who is Lauren Ψ and why is she changing posts? (Introducing myself.)
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I never noticed you before and considering this post is recent, that explains why. I think it was a nice decision to post this question so as to avoid incomprehensions. But you made it sound like it'...

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Should EL&U be removed from the multicollider, etc.?
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If I got it right, it seems you're suggesting this SE doesn't treat about professional stuff, but even if there are some questions that really are not expert or professional, I've seen very good ...

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English Stack Exchange swag for top users
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That e-mail was as appreciated as unexpected. I was wondering, though, about something. It's just to be sure, but in the e-mail you say "no matter where in the world you live", does that mean that ...

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Usage of parenthesis when reporting the definition of a word
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Usually in word definitions the round parentheses (...) are used for meaning or context explanation. The square brackets [...] are often used by dictionaries to report the pronunciation of the given ...

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Is there a way for formatting my questions and answers?
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In addition to what Kiamlaluno gave you, you must know that this site uses Markdown. Most tags you'll see in that page are used here. I'll give you some quick examples: Use of > before a ...

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Tools for parsing (diagramming)
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On StackOverflow the same question has been asked here, or also a similar one here.

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Should questions about pronunciation of a word be closed as "general reference"?
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If the question is "How do you pronounce this?", which is a Poll, then I think so. But not if the questions are like: What is the correct pronunciation of x? I've heard two different pronunciations, ...

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Alternative standards to IPA
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Someone asked this already some time ago. But like I said there, IPA is the way to go. Charles here touched some important matter: Standardization. I'll treat this differently. You can use "any ...

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The plan for [grammar]
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About point #3: Syntax tag should not be a synonym of "Grammatical analysis" (and actually they're not synonyms), simply because "syntax" is not (about) the analysis, but instead it's the study about ...

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Use and mechanics of IPA
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1- Sam already solved this. 2- If you want to give a clear and definite indication about how a certain word is pronounced, then you should use IPA. "Spelled out" pronunciation is easier to use, no ...

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Common accepted online resources
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I disagree with who says it's a subjective matter. Or better I think it can be so to a certain point. If I want a serious definition and I can access to any resource in a library (for example) I will ...

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Why was my question closed?
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I've just seen this question and several hours passed already, but since I've been mentioned, I'd like to say something. Like MrHen said, and like I said through a comment under that question, the ...

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