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Re: Table of Content vs Table of Contents  •  July 11, 2013, 6:08am  •  1 vote

@Warsaw Will: Sometimes 'majority' means all the idiots are on the same side. ;-)

Re: “American”  •  January 11, 2012, 7:16am  •  3 votes

In Japan, foreigners are labelled as "Gaijin", or "Outside Person". When you have lived there a long time you may be called "Hengaijin", or "Strange Outside Person". The "Strange" part refers to the e

Re: Had he breakfast this morning?  •  January 11, 2012, 7:07am  •  1 vote

It's fine as an example of pre-WW1 English. Many more Germanic (or should that be germanic ) English constructs all but died out by the 1950s. If you are writing a period drama, the following two are

Re: When “one of” many things is itself plural  •  January 11, 2012, 6:58am  •  0 vote

I can see how people are trying to figure out the answer by looking at "rules" and "one" in the sentence, but totally missing the fact the important word is "stone". Suddenly the whole problem goes aw

Re: Table of Content vs Table of Contents  •  December 21, 2011, 2:31am  •  10 votes

If you are enumerating chapters, it would idiomatically be "Table of Contents." However, if you are attempting to enumerate ideas, it would be "Table of Content." In other words, both are correct d