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comment “It doesn't matter” or “It don't matter”
@snailplane: Good point. I've edited.
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revised “It doesn't matter” or “It don't matter”
added 60 characters in body
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comment England +do / does
I have heard the United States used as a plural. After all, it is supposed to be a union of states, not a country.
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comment Meaning of 'should have+p.p '
There should be a banner at the top that tells you someone voted to close it as a duplicate. You can click the button that accepts it. If you already declined, you can flag the question as a duplicate. The banner will then appear. My point was that it doesn't matter who asked. One question is a duplicate of another if it is asking the same thing.
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comment Meaning of 'should have+p.p '
I found it from your profile page. It doesn't really matter, though. It's still a duplicate.
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comment Meaning of 'should have+p.p '
It just means that something did not happen how the speaker thinks it would have happened if everything went right.
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comment What are the meaning of these sentences?
And 3 and 4 should be using "gotten", not "got".
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answered Which one is correct to use?
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comment A more polite way of saying “the world is going to sh--”
or "... in a handbasket".
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comment The difference between 'extra chair' and 'spare chair'
I see no problem with "spare chair", but I would be more likely to say "extra chair".
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revised A more polite way of saying “the world is going to sh--”
There is no reason that "hell in a handcart" should be hyphenated. Each word forms a logical part in the sentence. You might have them hyphenated in, say, "a hell-in-a-handcart sort of place"