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The use of "expert"
I'm working with an advertising agency about creating the tone of voice for a brand, and their use of "expert" ...
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Is the "no person" the same person referred to as the following "he" and "his" below?
And that no person might give or take, excepting he that had the coin, or the name of the coin, ...
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Please tell me where the apostrophes go in this sentence: I wanted to live in my parents-in-laws house but my ...
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Is this sentence incorrect?
Is this sentence incorrect? The government of New Zealand, for instance, launched a program in 2006 which tries to attract ...
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do I use that or they in the sentence below?
Here is to your l ayovers wherever that may be. So do I replace that with they or leave that ...
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English word Abbreviation rule
BSB Excellent – can we say it “Bright star for an excellent beginning” here sequence is different than the abbreviation, ...
Abbreviation 0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Bhuwan
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Convert active voice to passive voice
"He is playing hockey with me" Passive voice: Hockey is being played by him with me OR Hockey is being ...
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Have I used emissery correctly in this sentence?
'This leads to the nurse becoming an advocate for the family and becoming an emissary between doctors and other health ...
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grammatical correction
How is your both health now?
health 0 votes, asked 1 day ago by swapna
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what do you think ,could she help me
what do you think ,would he help me ? or what do you think , he woud help me? which ...
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What does "She plays," mean?
Please help me get the meaning of this sentence. "He plays the piano and the guitar. His wife sings and ...
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The use of "neither"
Is the use of "neither" correct in the following sentences: He baked cakes for neither of them. He did not ...
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Proper use of "lease" or "rent" in terms of who rents to, who rents from (is rent from proper)
I have a student who asks an interesting question I am having trouble answering. Here was her question on a ...
lease rent to from 0 votes, asked Dec 16 by Joel Nicholson
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Convert active voice into passive voice
i) We have done our homework. ii) He is abusing me for nothing. iii) My teacher will help me in ...
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More importantly, most importantly, or most important???
We find our favorite Bible heroes wrestling with sin, fear, and lapses of faith. We see them fail, repent, and ...
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Parts of sentence
"He is playing with good friends" He= Subject is= Helping verb playing=main verb with good friends= object OR Adverb OR ...
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Is this sentence correct?
Noted stock analyst Chicken Little announced, “The sky is falling”.
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Comma Placement in this sentence
Which one is correct and why? These lessons are also compatible for use with other interactive whiteboards such as Promethean, ...
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All, every, each
Which is correct: I edit all books and magazines I read, or I edit every book and magazine I read, ...
all every each 0 votes, asked Dec 16 by Tracey Barnes
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vocab choice
Why do we say "along with" rather than just "with"?
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using an object in a compound sentence
Which of the following sentences is greammatically correct?1. The book was so interesting that I could't stop reading.2. The book ...
object 0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Yoon Kim
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spot the error
my mother went to the doctor when she is sick yesterday
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Word order
In this sentence which is grammatically correct "later claim credit" or "claim credit later"? This form indicates your acknowledgement that ...
0 votes, asked Dec 15 by Cynthia Lampkins
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what i like best about school?
What is tha capital of america?
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Find the required model for the blank - You _____ go to the principal's office to get his permission. Options ...
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Used to / Would
I am aware that used to can only be used for describing past states AND past habit, whereas would can ...
used to would habits states -1 votes, asked 1 day ago by Kyle
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what should we use: in present? 1. I go fly 2. I go to fly 3. I go flying in ...
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Passive voice of complicated active sentences
Friends! It's a mind game. What will be the passive voice of the following sentences?? 1) The boys are standing ...
0 votes, asked Dec 14 by Ghulamdada16
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Tell me about a suggestion you have made
Tell me about a suggestion you have made
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correct the preposition above or up
Which sentence is correct? What preposition is correct in the sentences. 1) There are dark clouds in the sky up. ...
0 votes, asked Dec 14 by Preeti Chheda
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