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on-board, onboard or on board
Is it grammatically correct to say " Analysis of equipment on-board LRT" just to mean equipment mounted on/in the LRT ...
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is this correct?
whom do you listen to?
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What does 'went through' means in the sentences "It is not known how far they went,the story says, but finally ...
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What does' terms of engagement' means in the sentences "When people from the two continents met each other in the ...
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What does ' cannot unambiguously' in the sentences "This Acoma memory, like all the others, cannot unambiguously be connected to ...
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using "myself"
Is it correct to say: "Accident prone people like myself."?
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vocabulary
What does' the voices of the human beings' and' irrevocably lost' in the setences "Most of the details and all ...
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what does ' cultural amnesia' means i the setences "It is almost as if some trauma led to cultural amnesia ...
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whats does 'to codify the distinctive forms of power that men and women wielded toward one another and toward the ...
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Do I need a comma after the word job? Do I need a comma after the word basis?
Upon getting a job make your social life a priority. Go out on a daily basis and you'll become sociable ...
commas 0 votes, asked Oct 28 by Jagermeister
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Is this sentence correct?
"How can one thing be different every time we lay eyes on?" If this is not correct or easy on ...
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What is the type of this grammar?
Hi, I would like to know the grammar type in this sentence "We shoul've known about this app long time ...
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what does 'raised' means in the sentences "In the greater Mississippi Valley, what seem small natural hills are in fact ...
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What does ' the depths of the much less stable era ' means in the sentences "During the Medieval Warm ...
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What does ' be pieced together' in the sentences "The stories of Chaco Canyon and the Mississippi Valley can only ...
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what does 'Fragmentary memories' in the sentences "Fragmentary memories of these people survive in Native American stories about past migrations ...
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Using "could" with "verb+ing" form
Hi there Here's the question: He spent every minutes he could ______(learn) English A. to learn B. learning C. learn ...
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What does 'stories they hardly survive at all' meas in the sentences "The stories began a thousand years ago, but ...
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got/was + past participle
I am not sure when I can use "got confused" and " was confused". I think I can use got ...
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Pronouns and Captions
Let's say I put up a picture of us two. Would I write "my friend and me" or "my friend ...
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Are both sentences correct?
Can you say, "She went to school because she needs to study." And if so, what tense is this sentence? ...
0 votes, asked Oct 29 by Kim
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what is the subject, predicate in this sentence
Insignificance is another example of injustices seen through the lens of feminists.
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what tense?
What tense is the following sentence, "She went to school because she needs to study." I know "went" is past ...
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Can you say....
"I will be going to + verb" For example, "I will be going to watch TV." or "I will be ...
0 votes, asked Oct 28 by Kim
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which way is better?
"I will be going to play soccer." OR "I will be playing soccer." Which way is better and are they ...
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Grammar and usage
In both localities were found or at both localities were found ?
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use of the hyphen
Is this right? "We want to go on a two- to three-week vacation."
0 votes, asked 18 hours ago by Karen Poulson
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Is this sentence correct?
"I will be going to play soccer." And what tense is it?
0 votes, asked Oct 27 by Kim
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tense shift when a condition is ongoing
Is it technically correct grammar to use a tense shift to imply the assumption of a continuing condition? Example. I ...
tense shifted future shift 0 votes, asked 17 hours ago by Keith Emmer
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The use of "the last time" and a "have" question.
Hi there, So I had an English test this morning and there are two questions annoying everyone in class, one ...
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