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Dear Answers Community, Many of our Grammarly Answers users would like tips on how to improve their overall writing, especially ...
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looking for a term
What is the name for words containing an initial "self-": self-improvement, self-denial, self-help? Is there a grammatical term uniting them ...
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Conditionals of second degreee
If I could afford, I would marry you in minutes. Is this grammatically correct dear Sanjya?
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Cancel future billing
Hi, I wanted to cancel my future billing, but the "Cancel future billing" button didn't work after I clicked on ...
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how old are you? ;
how old are you? ;
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tenses
My sister _____________ crying because she had lost her favourite doll. 1. is 2. are 3. was 4. were In ...
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Whether or not to use a comma
Which phrase is correct:GRATITUDE FOR OUR FRIEND, JOHNorGRATITUDE FOR OUR FRIEND JOHN
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Usage
When do you use the gerund as the subject of a sentence?When do you use an infinitive to begin a ...
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is it correct?
"and to what you said about her; that was disgusting."
0 votes, asked Oct 23 by Amir Eskandari
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adverbs modifying verbs
In this sentence what word modifies a verb: Jacob was a very smart boy.
0 votes, asked Oct 24 by Marcus Loving
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Usage
Please explain the difference between the two prepositions. Up and Above. Both indicate higher than something else.
0 votes, asked Oct 23 by Sanjay
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I want to know if this question is structured well or should it be split. Please help
In a speech “The puzzle of Motivation” by, Yale graduate and author, Daniel H. Pink, it is stated that the ...
corrections grammatically 0 votes, asked Oct 23 by Eduardo Chumpitaz
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gerunds
Hi, Please explain the role of the gerund "playing" in the sentence, "There were children playing in the park." I ...
0 votes, asked Oct 23 by Kim
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-ing words as nouns
In the sentence, "There was a man selling hot dogs." How is "selling" a NOUN in that sentence? Is "was" ...
0 votes, asked Oct 23 by Kim
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Word Choice
I thought I asked this before but was not logged in so when I logged in I lost it. Does ...
Word-choice 0 votes, asked Oct 23 by Tony Chamberlain
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How can I make this in past progressive tense?
This trip, being unquestionably important, and us knowing that life is for important things, we decide it is well worth ...
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Grammarly Error
I have been struggling since last week to access my Grammarly account. I received my receipt of payment yesterday and ...
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Double negatives
Double negatives, e.g.' there ain't no such things as unicorns.' Most of us interprete this to mean, unicorns do not ...
logic 0 votes, asked 14 hours ago by Michael Lee
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Past progressive?
Are the following sentences in the past progressive? There was a man selling hot dogs.There were children playing in the ...
0 votes, asked Oct 23 by Kim
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TENSE CHANGES IN ESSAY WRITTING
Dear Staff, Please guide me how to apply a tense changes in eassy or stories writting. If poosible, please give ...
tense 0 votes, asked 15 hours ago by PAUL
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On behalf of my husband and (me or myself)
Which of the following is correct: I wanted to share our good news and sweet blessings on behalf of Adam ...
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singular or plural
u.s.a population _______ very good a). is b). are
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Practice TOEIC
There is a sample question on the ETS site for the TOEIC. It is a multiple choice question, but I ...
present participle 0 votes, asked Oct 22 by Jakob Collins
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Plural proper nouns
How do you correctly make a last name ending with an E plural without it becoming posessive?
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vigilant against or vigilant of
I notice the word vigilant is often used with "against' such as "vigilant against theft" or vigilant against terrorism". Why ...
0 votes, asked Oct 23 by Tom Fehringer
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Usage of have been
Is the following sentence grammatically correct? I have been forwarded your query from Mr X....
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Is "just" OK?
That day I discovered just how awesome God is.
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using (a)
Hello guys, how are you? I'm still learning English, so I need some help with these two sentences. (1) Do ...
a that 0 votes, asked Oct 23 by Emma Taylor
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using of article
Have you got a black or a red car?
0 votes, asked Oct 21 by Izolda
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Proper sentence
Can I write"There are some slices of bread on the plate." Thanks.
0 votes, asked Oct 21 by May
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Wordiness
How can I make this sentence less wordy without getting rid of any of the information. "Having to eat something ...
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