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Does this make sense??????
does this make sense??(blah blah blah) will be countless people’s
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order of information rule
Which is the correct order of information in the sentence " A seminar on Big Data is being organised on ...
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Word usage
How do I know whether to use everyday or every day?
Everyday 0 votes, asked 11 hours ago by Saundra
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What do you call it when you tell a simple story to highlight a bigger subject ?
I want to tell a situation about a country by likening it to a situation I experienced in my house. ...
simple story complex situation 0 votes, asked 8 hours ago by Gus Safary
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I have sold my bicycle
active to passive voice
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pronouns: who/whom
"She got together now and then with Molly, who I imagined calling me one day and saying . . ." ...
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Tim Swain
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Using "is" or "are" in a statistical reference
Which of the following is correct? One in three women is obese. OR One in three women are obese. I'm ...
0 votes, asked 11 hours ago by Angela Clendenin
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Linking Verbs and Complements
Hi, everyone, So are 'is not' and 'not be' linking verbs? How about "will not be"? In these senetences what ...
complement linking Verbs 0 votes, edited 1 day ago by Watermelon
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would rather that
I would rather that you call me tomorrow. Or I would rather that u called me tomorrow. Which one is ...
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Tanvir
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Who or whom?
Can you please help me understand the proper grammar for the following sentence? "You never know with whom you might ...
who whom 0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Mary Kelly
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Tense Query
My Question is...What will be the correct tense of the below given sentence... Q)_ You (sleep) for three hours now.
tense 0 votes, asked 1 day ago by shubham Karmakar
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Not quite dialogue -- I'm not even sure what it's called.
"I once asked if she'd cheated on him, and she said not really, which I took to mean sure, of ...
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Tim Swain
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Native speakers, how this company name sounds to you?
I'm working on setting up a company specialized in providing housing solutions for foreign students and young professionals. I thought ...
0 votes, asked 14 hours ago by Lyes
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using in or of
Are you a partner "in" or "of" a couple?
0 votes, asked 23 hours ago by jackie
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I have seen in a book that the word "generous" is used to describe " mouth". In what sense is ...
+1 vote, asked Aug 30 by Z. A. Jazley
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tips for long sentence
Here is my sentence: 1. "It is an image that presents a single sentence from songs, books, news headlines, advertisement ...
longsentence 0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Marcie Hal
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completw with the present simple of the vetbs in the brackets.
Tom and Paul are brothers but also bestfriends. When they (get) home from school in the afternoon, they (do) their ...
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Liezel Oracion
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Is it handbook or Handbook in subsequent references?
Hi, I'm writing a handbook. On first mention, it of course is the Employee Handbook, but what about future references ...
0 votes, asked 16 hours ago by Christine Cabral
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does it make sense please??
does it make sense if I said in a formal discussion blackboard "I have been always enthusiastic with this quote ...
0 votes, asked 18 hours ago by zainab alyousef
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It’s revealing to talk to the “wet blanket” who is married to a practicing child. What does mean ?
0 votes, asked 16 hours ago by John Nathan
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How should I use the title of something that begins with the word "the" in a sentence?
Let's use the band The Killers for example.Would I say "I've been listening to some The Killers lately", or would ...
the title gramar 0 votes, asked 19 hours ago by Dillon
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Which is correct: The couple "resides" or The couple "reside" Thanks!
0 votes, asked Aug 30 by Bev Amoroso
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Correct sentence using APA rules
I am suppose to correct this sentence using APA grammar rules and I do not know what is wrong with ...
APA grammar formatting 0 votes, asked Aug 28 by Cheryl
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using your in a sentence
In the question is your used correctly. Your all stupid
0 votes, asked Aug 30 by Cody
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We're moving house, and I'd like the front of the card to say, The Lewis's forever home.
Our family name is Lewis. Which would be correct? 1) The Lewis' forever house. Or 2) The Lewis's forever house.
0 votes, asked Aug 29 by Samantha
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I cannot get Grammardy to enable
The progrm will not install. It states that there are no errors but a simple misspelled word is not corrected. ...
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by John A Ockert
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s's or s'?
Is this correct?: How can I access my students's contact info? thanks!
0 votes, asked Aug 29 by Stephen Poirier
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I currently am... or I am currently...
0 votes, asked Aug 30 by carolyn
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Rewite the following sentance correctly : 1.I can’t cope with the stress of modern life
sentance correctly 0 votes, asked Aug 29 by Priya
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prepositions on/in/from
I have seen people describing, probably, the same thingusing different prepositions. For example, apples are hangingin/on/from a tree. Can anyone ...
+1 vote, asked Aug 28 by Lina Zl
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