Underlining Nouns

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  1. Old Man

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    What's with the highlighting of certain word and underlining them. Are you trying to teach us correct English??
     
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    Probably some kind of advert tool...I found this. I don't see underlined words on this site.

    "In some cases you can disable In-Text Ads by hovering over one of the double-underlined words with your mouse and clicking the small "?" (question mark) at the top or bottom of the popup box. This will take you to a page that explains the ads and allow you to disable them (opt-out) using another cookie. In other cases, if you click on the Advertiser's name - i.e. AdChoices - you are taken to a page which contains opt-out information. If you just delete or refresh your cookies, the in-text advertising will be re-activated and the ads will reappear"
     
  4. Jerry Daschofsky

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    The underlining is if you've misspelled a word.
     

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