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Formerly OR Earlier
Formerly OR earlier? Which one fits better in different situations in the below sentences? The name of our company has ...
Word Difference 0 votes, asked 5 hours ago by Natalia
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Track Changes
How do I permanently delete the track changes from my document after they have been accepted? I turned in a ...
Trackchanges 0 votes, asked 4 hours ago by Christy Livery
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Requesting through a question like May I request you to in business English
Can a request be made by way of a question in business English like "May I request you to grant ...
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What part of speech is the word "all" in this sentence and why?
Normally, there's never anything newsworthy about my life, but that ALL changed last Thursday.
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Italics or quotation marks
'The plaque was never meant to say Le Cart, but Lec Art instead!’ or 'The plaque was never meant to ...
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If, if, if, then.
There is an educational book that lists sentence "types" for primary aged children to add variety to their writing. One ...
0 votes, asked 23 hours ago by Pete
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voice change
See you, friend.
change the voice 0 votes, asked 13 hours ago by Debashis Sarkar
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Object pronouns n the middle of sentences
Are these sentences grammatically correct? Am I allowed to use the object pronouns in the middle of these sentences: * ...
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Bobaloo McAdoo
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Grammar correction
Could I said " the higher grades they are, the busy schedule they have"?
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a question i need fast answer for
let's say that there is a town called "X" and the lord of the town is "A" so i can ...
0 votes, asked Aug 27 by Mohamed Khaled
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Help me re-word this:
Both should be implemented as soon as possible. This implementation would allow for the realization of strategic goals in the ...
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Which is correct "landing your dream job" or "landing on your dream job"?
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Conditional sentences
If it _____________ (not) rain, we _____________ (play) football later.
0 votes, asked Aug 27 by BackStreet Foysal
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The position of adverb
I am just wondering the position of adverb. In case of this question, the adverb is "alomost". Which sentence is ...
0 votes, asked Aug 27 by Mizuki Ono
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Extra period after question quote
If I end a declarative sentence with a quote that is a question and the question mark is inside the ...
0 votes, asked Aug 27 by Jennifer
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a seemingly endless series. why there is an adverb in this sentence?
A seemingly endless series. the article + adverb + adj + n. in this sentence is it correct to use ...
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Can you help me change this direct narration into indirect?
Here's the passage that I need to get changed into indirect narration: "Exmyex here," I brain-waved sleepily, "who's calling please?" ...
grammar Narration 0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Lance Corby
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when to use list or lists
Is the following sentence correct: I sent them a copy of the membership directory which lists you as founder and ...
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"This is happening despite the norm that the employees failing to dispose of applications with in the stipulated time would ...
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Subject Verb Agreement
OK, can someone please give me feedback on the following sentences: 1) I personally think the beer and skittles have ...
subject verb agreement 0 votes, asked Aug 25 by creztor
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Plural only or possessive?
Which is correct? emerging seniors housing needs OR emerging seniors' housing needs
plural possessive 0 votes, asked Aug 26 by Barb Lepp
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Can I say?
Can someone say "we will both under Eiffel Tower" or is it wrong in grammar?
0 votes, asked Aug 25 by Em
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Noun clause vs. Gerund!! Need help =)
Hello everyone, I came across the topic of gerund and noun clause through my recent study . From this following ...
clause noun Phrase gerunds +1 vote, asked Aug 25 by Pete
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Answering a negative question
When asked, " So your health is still not good?", do you answer, "Yes, my health is still not good", ...
+1 vote, asked Aug 24 by Signe Swenson
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Is the word "to" needed?
In a magazine ad for a business reopening after a remodel: Business NameRETURNING SOON (to) Business AddressIs the word "to" ...
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Which question is correct? "Who sings in/at the show?" OR " who is singing ...." or both of them are ...
+1 vote, asked Aug 24 by farid
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Please suggest below sentence is correct or not
I need leave on 30/08/2014(Saturday) because am going to my native for festival
0 votes, asked Aug 26 by saishrujan
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colons and brackets
Can you use colons and semi-colons before brackets?
punctuation 0 votes, asked Aug 27 by Susan Burchell
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For a title in the biological sciences, can I write: "Altitude- and sex-specific variations......" or is the hyphen after altitude ...
0 votes, asked Aug 26 by Ali
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Rearrange the sentence and identify the tense.
Have, will, been, work, crew, proficiently, the, the, doing.Tense:
0 votes, asked Aug 25 by Jason Gan
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