Nicholas

Beijing, China

Age: 37

I was born and raised in Northern California, got my BA in English from the University of London, and now teach English in Beijing. Language and literature are my passions, but I also dabble in computer programming as a hobby.

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awarded Yearling
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awarded Yearling
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answered What is the "group name" for students who entered / left university in the same year?
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answered "Integrity" vs. "honesty"—what's the difference?
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revised "Integrity" vs. "honesty"—what's the difference?
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answered A word for "able to cause empathy or sympathy"? Sympathizable?
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revised What's the term to describe this kind of sentence?
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answered Polite way of calling someone for help
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revised Meaning of "beautiful mind"
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comment Is there a word similar to "condolences" that doesn't involve death?
None of these really works in Jason's given context, though. If someone is going through a difficult situation, would you tell that person, "I'm compassionate" or "I'm benevolent"?
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awarded Civic Duty
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answered When and where to italicize a term in text?
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answered Phrases similar to "pleased to meet you"
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awarded Enthusiast
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