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The Community Guidelines page has some typos


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SnakeMasteR

Where is rudrax? :lol:

I think you can write either offences or offenses (depending on which language version). :)

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Offence or offense (see American and British English spelling differences, -ce/-se) may refer to:

Offence (law), a violation of the penal law
Offense (sports) That portion of a team that is in control of the ball or puck at the beginning of the play, except in baseball. In baseball, the offense is the team at bat. In some sports, the players on the field or court play both offense and defense depending on the ebb and flow of the action. In others, there are specialized offense squads and defense squads.

Offense (policy debate) refers to an argument that makes a definite value judgment on an advocacy.

Offense (etiquette), an untasteful thought, emotion, action or other behaviour.
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Offences - British (and worldwide) word.

Offenses - American word. ;)

Some of us from the staff like to use English in it's original. :)

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Where is rudrax? :lol:

Missed me? :rofl:

DKT27 is right. "offence" and "offense" both are right. The "-ce" one is British English and the "-se" one is American English.

The both words are nouns in their respective version of language.

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Some of us from the staff like to use English in it's original. :)

^ this

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