Levi F.
Levi F. answered Roy Roy's question

Not always, but fairly often when I was younger. Both of my parents cooked, so it could be either one of them that would make dinner. As my sisters and I got older it started happening less and less. Now that we've all moved out of the house it tends to only happen at holidays, … Read more

Levi F.
Levi F. answered Goaty McSheepson's question

"Imperfect" as a tense of other languages (it's not a term usually used in English grammar) is often translated as a past progressive in English: "I was walking down the street", "he was thinking about it", etc. It could also be translated with "would" or "used to" to indicate habitual action. "He would come here … Read more

Levi F.
Levi F. answered Anonymous' question

The word "crowd" is singular; it refers to a group but the word is singular, therefore you use "was". In the sentence "a crowd of citizens was cheering", "crowd" is the subject and it is singular, so you use "was".

Levi F.
Levi F. thanked Tris Fray Potter's answer

There are kids who are legitimately 'born in the wrong body', and it's good that there is more knowledge of this by society, but sometimes, parents mistake their little boy's love of dolls as him being transgender.  I think that parents think that transgender is more common than it actually is, and while it's good … Read more

Levi F.
Levi F. commented on Yin and Yang's answer
Heh. I come from a family of three girls and one boy, but in many ways I just acted more like one of the girls. I was of course different in the obvious ways, but there were many similarities as well. As a young boy I enjoyed playing with a lot of my older sisters' … Read more
Levi F.
Levi F. answered Otis Campbell's question

There is a point where children are simply too young to have this kind of thing decided for them. Is it possible to see signs that a person might be transgender from a young age? Yes. But you could always be wrong. It's best not to make any rash assumptions.

Someone could've used my love of … Read more