This is a disclaimer for people that might be reading my posts on the English Language & Usage exchange. I'm not a native speaker of English but I have lived in the USA for a number of years and when I post answers, I try and make sure I only do so when I am very confident of my knowledge. Still I believe a disclaimer is warranted though I'm unwilling to write one in every post so you have to click through.
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