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14 October 2019

     16:19 (Move log) . . Duncan (talk | contribs) moved page Genitive case to Genitive
     16:18  Genitive case‎ (diff | hist) . . (+474). . Duncan (talk | contribs) (Removed redirect to Possessive apostrophe) (Tag: Removed redirect)
N    16:13  WordReference.com‎‎ (3 changes | history) . . (+412). . [Duncan‎ (3×)]
      16:13 (cur | prev) . . (+42). . Duncan (talk | contribs)
      16:12 (cur | prev) . . (+69). . Duncan (talk | contribs)
N     16:11 (cur | prev) . . (+301). . Duncan (talk | contribs) (Created page with "'''WordReference.com''' is a website that focuses on translation between major languages, including between English and French, Spanish, German, et...")
N    15:49  Accusative‎‎ (2 changes | history) . . (+465). . [Duncan‎ (2×)]
      15:49 (cur | prev) . . (-1). . Duncan (talk | contribs)
N     15:01 (cur | prev) . . (+466). . Duncan (talk | contribs) (Created page with "The '''accusative case''', simply '''accusative''', or the '''subjective case''', simply '''subjective'''' is a grammatical case found in English and related languages...")
N    15:43  Objective‎ (diff | hist) . . (+24). . Duncan (talk | contribs) (Redirected page to Accusative) (Tag: New redirect)
     15:34  Dancing conversation questions‎‎ (2 changes | history) . . (0). . [Duncan‎; 13.57.218.109‎]
 m    15:34 (cur | prev) . . (+1,506). . Duncan (talk | contribs) (Reverted edits by 13.57.218.109 (talk) to last revision by 3.95.179.33) (Tag: Rollback)
      14:51 (cur | prev) . . (-1,506). . 13.57.218.109 (talk) (horse)
N    15:12  Object pronouns‎ (diff | hist) . . (+28). . Duncan (talk | contribs) (Redirected page to Object pronoun) (Tag: New redirect)
     06:20  Grammatical case‎ (diff | hist) . . (+32). . Duncan (talk | contribs)
N    06:16  Category:Grammatical case‎ (diff | hist) . . (+25). . Duncan (talk | contribs) (Created page with "Case")
N    06:16  Nominative‎‎ (2 changes | history) . . (+931). . [Duncan‎ (2×)]
      06:16 (cur | prev) . . (+1). . Duncan (talk | contribs)
N     06:14 (cur | prev) . . (+930). . Duncan (talk | contribs) (Created page with "The '''nominative case''' or simply '''nominative''', also known as the ''subjective case''' or simply '''subjective''', is a grammatical case found in English and oth...")
N    06:14  Nominative case‎ (diff | hist) . . (+24). . Duncan (talk | contribs) (Redirected page to Nominative) (Tag: New redirect)
N    05:48  Philosophy‎‎ (2 changes | history) . . (+354). . [Duncan‎ (2×)]
      05:48 (cur | prev) . . (+30). . Duncan (talk | contribs)
N     05:48 (cur | prev) . . (+324). . Duncan (talk | contribs) (Created page with "'''Philosophy''' is a very broad academic field concerned with the fundamental nature of knowledge, reality, values, reason, mind, and existence.<r...")
N    05:28  Category:Academic fields‎ (diff | hist) . . (+16). . Duncan (talk | contribs) (Created page with "category:Top")
N    05:27  Academic field‎ (diff | hist) . . (+290). . Duncan (talk | contribs) (Created page with "An '''academic field''' is an area of knowledge that is a focus for research by academia. Different fields can have different subfields or branches. For example,...")
     05:23  Want‎ (diff | hist) . . (+158). . Duncan (talk | contribs)
N    05:18  Language nerd‎ (diff | hist) . . (+246). . Duncan (talk | contribs) (Created page with "A '''language nerd''' or '''language geek''', also '''linguistics nerd''' and '''linguistics geek''' is a person who is interested in language and linguistics, to...")
     05:06  Future tense‎ (diff | hist) . . (+521). . Duncan (talk | contribs) (Removed redirect to The future in English) (Tag: Removed redirect)
     04:59  First person‎ (diff | hist) . . (+34). . Duncan (talk | contribs)
N    04:59  Category:Grammatical persons‎ (diff | hist) . . (+28). . Duncan (talk | contribs) (Created page with "Persons")
N    04:57  Singular you‎ (diff | hist) . . (+712). . Duncan (talk | contribs) (Created page with "'''Singular you''' is the use of the English 2nd person pronoun set in the singular, i.e. * Subject pronoun: you * Object pronoun: you * Dependent posse...")
     03:13  Your language conversation questions‎ (diff | hist) . . (+279). . Duncan (talk | contribs)
N    02:59  Buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo‎ (diff | hist) . . (+279). . Duncan (talk | contribs) (Created page with "'''Buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo''' is a stupid example of a grammatical sentence as it completely lacks authenticity. Read about it at...")
     02:44 (Deletion log) . . Duncan (talk | contribs) restored page Category:Linguistics (5 revisions) ‎
     02:43  Paremiology‎ (diff | hist) . . (+26). . Duncan (talk | contribs)
     02:14  Exclusive we‎‎ (2 changes | history) . . (+19). . [Duncan‎ (2×)]
      02:14 (cur | prev) . . (+5). . Duncan (talk | contribs)
      02:13 (cur | prev) . . (+14). . Duncan (talk | contribs)
     02:13  Inclusive we‎ (diff | hist) . . (+19). . Duncan (talk | contribs)
     02:12  Singular they‎ (diff | hist) . . (+20). . Duncan (talk | contribs)
     02:12  Plural they‎ (diff | hist) . . (+18). . Duncan (talk | contribs)
     02:11  Plural you‎‎ (2 changes | history) . . (+17). . [Duncan‎ (2×)]
      02:11 (cur | prev) . . (+12). . Duncan (talk | contribs)
      02:11 (cur | prev) . . (+5). . Duncan (talk | contribs)
N    02:11  Category:Pronoun usage‎ (diff | hist) . . (+21). . Duncan (talk | contribs) (Created page with "category:Pronouns")

13 October 2019

N    17:08  Plural you‎ (diff | hist) . . (+591). . Duncan (talk | contribs) (Created page with "'''Plural you''' is the use of the English second person pronoun set in the plural, i.e: * Subject pronoun: you * Object pronoun: you * Dependent possessiv...")
N    17:02  Inclusive we‎‎ (3 changes | history) . . (+762). . [Duncan‎ (3×)]
      17:02 (cur | prev) . . (+11). . Duncan (talk | contribs)
      15:19 (cur | prev) . . (+6). . Duncan (talk | contribs)
N     15:14 (cur | prev) . . (+745). . Duncan (talk | contribs) (Created page with "'''Inclusive we''' is the use of the third person plural pronoun set (i.e. we, us, our, ours) by a speaker with the "we" inclusive of the listener. Although grammat...")
N    16:51  Your language conversation questions‎ (diff | hist) . . (+1,396). . Duncan (talk | contribs) (Created page with "{{conversation}} * What is your native language? * Do you have one native language or are you natively bilingual? * Do you speak one language at home and another at school/wo...")
N    16:28  Plural they‎ (diff | hist) . . (+536). . Duncan (talk | contribs) (Created page with "'''Plural they''' is the use of the third person plural pronoun set in the plural, i.e. to refer to multiple people. In contrast with singular they. * Subject...")
     16:25  Singular they‎ (diff | hist) . . (+51). . Duncan (talk | contribs)
     16:03 (Deletion log) . . Duncan (talk | contribs) deleted page Omnitransitive(content was: "#REDIRECT omnitransitive verb", and the only contributor was "Duncan" (talk))
N    15:49  Want‎‎ (3 changes | history) . . (+931). . [Duncan‎ (3×)]
      15:49 (cur | prev) . . (+1). . Duncan (talk | contribs)
      15:48 (cur | prev) . . (+8). . Duncan (talk | contribs)
N     15:42 (cur | prev) . . (+922). . Duncan (talk | contribs) (Created page with "'''Want'' (/wɒnt/) is an English verb meaning "To wish for or desire (something); to feel a need or desire for; to crave or demand."<ref>https://en.wiktionary.org/wik...")
N    15:24  Exclusive we‎ (diff | hist) . . (+530). . Duncan (talk | contribs) (Created page with "'''Exclusive we''' is the use of the first person plural pronoun set (we, us, our, ours) in a way that excludes the addressee. The easiest way to think about this...")