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  • Speaking of CB's shopping question...
    I happy Hobonichi releases their next year's lineup 4 months in advance. At first, I didn't get it, but now I understand! Hobonichi is pricey, and one needs to plan in advance on what to purchase but more importantly, what they need/see themselves actually using consistently throughout the year. So many unboxings on YouTube tells me, this is a great yearly splurge for most ppl in the planner world. I agree... Source: 10 months ago
  • Resources for learning Somali
    Thank you! Probably İ will use any tools available but still I’m researching. My project is to improve the Somali language in any way possible, but my goal is opensource text-to-speech(tts) and speech-to-text(stt) models for language. İm learning ML so im still a beginner. As for now I collected 47k+ somali words & Somali-Somali dictionary in text file with different formats(Sql, Csv, txt). İ will be then creating... Source: about 1 year ago
  • What does this mean???
    Interestingly, according to,. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Holy shit guys you're not bad at chess
    Definitions of chess player, per Source: about 1 year ago
  • I need serious help…
    You can do this! There's nothing wrong with Junior college, very economical, even if you find a roommate and move to a different locale. The California system is Built on Community College. There might be tutors at your public library (there are in Miami, FL). Or a peer tutor (but that can be hard on an ego sometimes). a few other ways to boost RW- vocabulary dot com, membean dot com (am I allowed to write in the... Source: about 1 year ago
  • Need an advice for improving fluency
    You could also explore sites like that have vocab lists on a wide variety of topics. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Average number of sexual partners men have around the world
    Braggadocio is the noun: He has braggadocio. Braggadocious is the adjective form: He spoke in a braggadocious manner. If you google it there is a reference to Ben Zimmer, editor of, saying the adjective form dates back to the 1800s. Source: over 1 year ago
  • What do you do when you don't know the definition of a word you encounter?
    I use on my iphone next to me when I read. Source: over 1 year ago
  • I often have this thought
    According to "When you describe someone as having boyish charm, it means that person — often an adult man — has kept some youth or sweetness as he's matured. A boyish smile might be full of humor and mischief.". Source: over 1 year ago
  • How to get A* for English Language?
    To improve your vocabulary, go to and go through the igcse efl or esl cards if you really need to. Source: over 1 year ago
  • what would be the next battle gimmick in a future Gen 10?.
    I don't know where you got that definition... Certainly not from a dictionary: Here is some dicitonary examples:Oxford languages: "a trick or device intended to attract attention, publicity, or trade." "an ingenious or novel device, scheme, or stratagem, especially one designed to attract attention or increase appeal." "any clever maneuver". Source: over 1 year ago
  • My family makes fun of me for my faith.
    Yeah, definately provide a definition from funny, their primary definition of cult is "a system of religious beliefs and rituals", but you didn't want to use that one when you could jump to something a little more scandalous. Very well, a strange choice, but we'll ignore that and move on. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Advice on how to study during hols
    For H1 GP, I don't quite know haha. I personally don't think you need to spend that much time on GP, but it really depends on how much you understand the syllabus right now. Like if you are clear on question types in essays and SAQs (for eg is vs should & can & will, time comparison questions, or like SAQ literal, language qns), as well as how to answer them, then you should be fine. You can do a bit of vocab... Source: over 1 year ago
  • (Doubt) Sanction means punishment. It also means permission. How to know why is it used in a particular sentence?
    No argument there--it certainly does. However, both examples from have a made-up quality; they don't adhere to the unspoken rules that news organizations, for example, would adhere to in using these senses only in certain contexts which make the sense unambiguous--the government only sanctions in punishment and the Supreme Court never sanctions at all. Source: over 1 year ago
  • We all know this trend. Crime me up
    12 yo me was obsessed with and I would always try to make it to the top 1000 leader board in monthly. Source: over 1 year ago
  • First Year in New District - Heck of a Schedule
    Someone previously told me that was not worth trying. I didn't follow through to try it on my own, but I might give it a shot if I can't find anything else. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • Desecration of the war memorial in Ottawa by a Freedumber Sunday evening. No respect shown.
    BAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAAAAAA!!!!!! Sooo you take the version from what, over Merriam-Webster? I suppose you prefer to use the "definition" you feel suits your narrative the best. Seriously, go read something. Anything. Other than Facebook. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • Erikson's prose
    The following definition is from - ''Prose is so-called "ordinary writing" — made up of sentences and paragraphs, without any metrical (or rhyming) structure.''. Source: about 2 years ago
  • Should I write the meaning of words which I don't know?
    I think that can be pretty helpful. I personally have been enjoying using this website called it has a bunch of vocabulary lists to practice for specific books (not a lot though) so if you look up whatever book you're reading it may have a vocabulary list for that book. Source: about 2 years ago
  • App for saving word and its meaning
    I use and you can create your own list under Vocabulary List section. Source: about 2 years ago
  • Teachers: would a web app like this be useful to you? (feedback request, not promotion!)
    There is "NoRedInk" for ELA teachers and this sounds very similar to that and there are others for the other subjects I just do not know their names. You should look into "NoRedInk" though because it sounds very similar. There is also Read 180 and so you would have to offer something these services do not in order to stand out. Source: over 2 years ago

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It's worth noting that Lockcard is a young app built by two language enthusiasts who happen to work as product designers by day. Therefore, there is a strong focus on smart interactions and minimalist visual design to give you a comforting experience every time you open the app. However, they currently lack in some resources; their dictionary is not as complete as

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