how you say it matters. .. "more intelligent" In which year was Windows 95 released? That is not an intelligent question no matter how nicely it is phrased. how you say it matters "more intelligent" In which year was Windows 95 released? That is not an intelligent question no matter nicely phrased
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#1 - bobbysnobby
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(09/30/2013) [-]
"more intelligent"

In which year was Windows 95 released? That is not an intelligent question no matter how nicely it is phrased.
#7 to #1 - playercz
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(10/01/2013) [-]
i dont know, so im asking, wasnt it released at the end of 94 ?
#9 to #7 - bobbysnobby
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(10/01/2013) [-]
No. Windows 95 was launched in 1995. A shocking and revealing truth I know.
#5 - schokoplaetzchen
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(10/01/2013) [-]
"in which year was windows 95 released"

Sure, this is a really intelligent question.
#6 - superwheels
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(10/01/2013) [-]
If you talk, or especially type like that on a regular basis then I'll automatically assume you either think you're better than everyone or you are this guy.
#10 to #6 - awesomescorpion
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#11 to #6 - awesomescorpion
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(10/01/2013) [-]
I find myself disagreeing with that statement for various reasons. Let me start out by noting the question which you have presumably answered: "Does an inherent issue exist in the use of formal and correct English grammar?" I find the answer to be that the application of formal and correct English grammar both illustrates and implies intelligence as well as creativity, both of which are very applicable. Indeed, that last statement was meant to include a double reference.

Furthermore, the presumed pretentiousness is not a necessary due of the application of English language abilities. And the people who ascribe pretentiousness to the aforementioned are, from my personal perspective, not improving or differentiating in other forms upon any other form of generalisation, for it is provably due of illogicalities identical to the illogicalities which lead to other generalisations. Therefore, your presumption can be put aside all generalisations, which I find ignorable.

Good day, sir, unless you have a decent counterargument to forfeit or, at the minimum requirement for a secondary reaction of me, challenge the statements and counterarguments which I have declared as those I hold on this stance.
#3 - CherryYumDiddly ONLINE
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(10/01/2013) [-]
i recognize most of those questions from AP US Gov & History prep questions. In fact, I even recall googling those specific questions as that is how they appeared in the study guide.
i recognize most of those questions from AP US Gov & History prep questions. In fact, I even recall googling those specific questions as that is how they appeared in the study guide.
#2 - banteringcat
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(10/01/2013) [-]
I wonder how many of those are simply people looking for Essay information....
#8 - playercz
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(10/01/2013) [-]
is there way to see how many people actually searched something ?