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Use "a" or "the"?
Attached is "a" final version of the report. Should it be "the" final version? Another example, attached is "a" first ...
0 votes, edited 2 hours ago by Jon M.
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's usage in names
the Smith's - is this still proper usage?
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liked or had liked
How do I express this? Is that correct? I had liked him until she liked him. or I liked him ...
past perfect tense 0 votes, asked 12 hours ago by Yena Ahn
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Gerund or Participle
In the sentence "On heating, ice melts", what's "heating", a "gerund" or a "participle"? How do I differentiate between the ...
gerund participle 0 votes, asked 14 hours ago by Abdul Quadir
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Find the mistake then correct it
-A tall tower builds in an open place. -He has lived in England for twenty years berfore he came to ...
0 votes, asked 17 hours ago by Osama Elsayed (Osos)
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No women or none women
What is the correct answer to the question: How many women are wearing glasses? - No women are wearing glasses. ...
0 votes, asked 16 hours ago by Justyna
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What is the correct interrogative form?
There is no mother who doesn't love her child.
+1 vote, asked 1 day ago by Ariful Islam
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Which is correct sentence? "Linux Nitro" or "Nitro Linux"?
Which is correct sentence? "Linux Nitro" or "Nitro Linux"? I want the one that perfectly describe the Nitro like car ...
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Rack Pulse
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Organisation is divided into departments and units
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Veena Kim Curran
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How to write personal statement for law school?
Hi, The personal statement for law students is important for the application process. Please share nice tips to write my ...
lawyer 0 votes, asked 5 hours ago by johnwilliams
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First conditional
Hello there! Does the "first conditional" always imply that "the thing mentioned is very likely to happen"? Consider these examples: ...
if-conditional 0 votes, edited Jul 03 by Abdul Quadir
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The use of past tenses
Hy everybody. The tenses in English drive me really crazy from time to time. Please help me with the next ...
pastsimple pastperfect 0 votes, asked Jul 03 by Anastasia Paslavskaya
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Being or Been?
I want to tell my friend that i have been waiting for him from years so shuld i write the ...
being +1 vote, asked 1 day ago by Rose
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What is a polite way to address to a strange (unknown) woman ?
Hello ! It seems on the last week I've noticed watching news on TV the U.S Supreme Court affirmed constitutionality ...
+1 vote, asked Jul 02 by Vadim
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Meaning of this sentence
What does this sentence mean? He died a young man. Does it mean "He was young when he died"? Also, ...
meaning died 0 votes, asked Jul 03 by Abdul Quadir
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The use of the word 'housebound'
Please help me to use that word correctly in English. Is it okay to say 'I am housebound or I ...
0 votes, asked Jul 03 by pink ashey
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Explain the difference between the words" counselling and consultant?
0 votes, asked Jul 03 by Sanjay
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The correct form of the past tense
I'm starting to learn English and I have one question to U. Please, tell me what a difference between "In ...
past grammar +1 vote, asked Jul 04 by Alex
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English Gramer
Is it correct to write..? "If someone passinately loves to live, difficult for one is seeing the life going away"
Farhan 0 votes, asked 1 day ago by saif ali
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Error in grammar
'The colt never performs well on any surface but grass." Is this sentence correct?
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by nadine
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subject verb agreement
Reading is fundamental. Books are fundamental. Which combined sentence is correct? Reading books is fundamental. or Reading books are fundamental.
subject-verb agreement 0 votes, asked Jul 02 by Jason Woods
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Their color is different. Their colors are different.
Which one is correct? "Their color is different" or "Their colors are different." The example is comparing two things i.e. ...
is are different comparison 0 votes, asked Jul 02 by William
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Is this sentence right?
Moreover, he heard a couple of thefts last night near their neighborhood.
0 votes, asked Jul 03 by Miss Ecah
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Combine each pair of sentences into one sentence without creating a comma splice or a run-on sentenc
1. I once worked as a switchboard operator. However, after a week I was fired for hopeless incompetence. 2. The ...
+2 votes, asked Jun 30 by Jack
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'Is' or 'Are' in this sentence?
I know lots of similar questions have already been asked but I can't find an answer that applies to my ...
+1 vote, asked Jul 02 by Philip Roberts
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change into reported form
I've expalined,"you are'nt in fault."
0 votes, asked Jul 04 by Jiya Nadeem
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I want to hve this sentence changed in negative semtence
Please answer this.(QUESTION BELOW) 1.Empty vessels make the most noise. Thank You
+1 vote, asked Jul 02 by Yash Singh
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difference in meaning
Do these two sentences differ in meaning? I don't remember her birthday. I don't remember when her birthday is. This ...
meaning Birthday 0 votes, edited Jul 02 by Abdul Quadir
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Use of present perfect and adjective.
We can ask a question : Have you played ......... ? Is it correct to ask : Have you intersted....
interest interested present perfect adjective +1 vote, asked Jul 02 by Mukund Chaskar
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Odd pronounciation of the sound "r" in the words where letter "r" is absent in the U.S English
Hello there ! Once upon a time I've come to bat when I was listening a speech of Steve Jobs ...
0 votes, asked Jul 02 by Vadim
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