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I saw it on the other thread that the word "comprise" is used with a preposition "of". Is this usage ...
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part of speech
1. Still waters run deep 2. He still lives in that house
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See 2nd sentence. Does "retreat into the ordinary" make sense to the reader?
Love, money, and success can provide happiness, temporarily. All too often, our wordly pursuits fall short of our expectations and ...
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indirect or direct object
In this sentence, I emailed a travel agency for information about flights to Nepal. Is "a travel agency" the indirect ...
object indirect direct PREPOSITIONAL 0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Yofes
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Grammar..
Could you please review the below contents if are grammatically OK? I know there are no employees here, but need ...
grammar 0 votes, asked Sep 18 by Natalia
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Who or Whom?
Could anyone help me with this sentence? I'm not sure if I should use 'who' or 'whom' and the reason ...
who whom grammar Sentence 0 votes, asked Sep 18 by Sierra
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Word choice
Can I use "hassel-free" in a serious formal business writing? What may be the substitue for this word, as this ...
Word choice 0 votes, asked Sep 18 by Natalia
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proper
We've a system and we'll work with it.
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Jacob Leonard
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Proper use of commas
A client sent me the following copy to be used in a brochure: "All sponsorships are exclusive, unless otherwise stated ...
proper use of commas 0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Jake
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find the error in the sentence
He did not notice nothing as he walked down the corridor
-1 votes, asked 1 day ago by shereen malcolm
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passive re-write
re-write has anybody answered your question
-1 votes, asked Sep 18 by sasha
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rate my intro and conclusion
in the 1800s New zealand and Britain were two different countries. life in Britain was tough diseases were rife,there was ...
0 votes, asked Sep 18 by kamini lata Chand
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can anyone help me to make the sentence right
you have changed alot
0 votes, asked Sep 17 by shilpa thakur
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wrong word
The panel discussed the ethical implications on the situation.
0 votes, asked Sep 18 by Alicia
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Grammer error?
My teacher asked me ''Do you like to work'' which doesnt make sense. ''Do you like working was the correct ...
0 votes, asked Sep 17 by sally
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INDEFINITE PRONOUNS AND AGREEMENT
DO SOME INDEFINITE PRONOUNS AGREE WITH THE OBJECT OF A PREPOSITIONAL PHRASE? FOR EXAMPLE: ONE OF THE BOOKS ........ IS ...
0 votes, asked Sep 17 by BARBARA CRONIE
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which one is correct
i was changed 10 years back or 10 years ago i have been changed
0 votes, asked Sep 18 by ales
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is this correct?
For me loyalty is one’s devotion unconditionally.
0 votes, asked Sep 16 by Joan Agdeppa
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check whisch is correct
What is the right grammar? stressing day or stressful day??
0 votes, asked Sep 17 by harry jane ripdos
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Question about coordinate adjectives.
Which of these is properly punctuated? "the big, old dog" or "the big old dog" and "the rusted, red wagon" ...
coordinate adjectives 0 votes, asked Sep 17 by Derek O'Halloran
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Problem with word love
When love owns something is it loves, love's, loves' or love's'? Demise/product of love - loves, love's, love's or love's' ...
apostrophe 0 votes, asked Sep 18 by mirko
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Determiner + Nominal Possessive Pronoun?
Is it possible to have a determiner for an N.P.P.? For example, in the sentence, "The fault is half his," ...
0 votes, asked Sep 16 by cdenni2
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Remain suspend or suspended?
The classes will remain suspend or suspended. Wich is correct? And why? Pls reply
0 votes, asked Sep 17 by Jyoti Pandey
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phrasing a question
i asked, what do you do for a living and was told this was wrong. how do you say this ...
phrasing questions 0 votes, asked Sep 17 by Suz Doomagiggy
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Do you use all is wanted or all was wanted for the sports event?
All is or are wanted?
0 votes, asked Sep 15 by Tan Carol
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poetic license
We were having an online discussion about sometihng on TV. The host was making disparaging remarks about someone and his ...
0 votes, asked Sep 17 by Anthony Kress
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noun-verb agreement
Would you say "Information about the context and content of the presentation is ou are given below"? Thanks a lot.
0 votes, asked Sep 16 by Monica Schuck
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Quotation Marks
How would you punctuate the following sentence using British grammar rules? I think the quote "You are what you eat" ...
quotations 0 votes, asked Sep 15 by Ruth Daly
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Grammatical
'I could not be able to come'-is the sentence gramtically wright or wrong?
Structure 0 votes, asked Sep 15 by Sayan Goswami
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Using "and" twice in a list
Is this correct? "Check the weather, send and receive messages, find your soulmate, and learn to fly all on one ...
list and 0 votes, asked Sep 17 by grandpa joe
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