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-y vs. -ie
As a general rule, use -ie to create a noun form, use -y to create an adjective form. e.g. he's a beasty boy, but a cute wee beastie.
Not Yangtse, Yangzi.
Note capitalisation. Term is strongly deprecated as it is nearly invariably misapplied; use only in direct quotes.
Lower case, Japanese criminal organisation. Term may be singular or plural, may refer to the organisation or a member.
Use the simple number, e.g. 2011, not "the year 2011". To indicate a range of years, use 2004-11, not 2004/11 nor 2004-2011.
When referring to the academic stage, year 1, year 2, ... year 12.
Not Yes campaign or "yes" campaign.
"yes" vote, "no" vote
In general, avoid. See rant at Relative time.
No longer exists in a formal sense. There were three different formations of Yugoslavia since 1912, the last of which chose to rename itself Serbia and Montenegro in 2003.
Lowercase in both noun and adjective form.