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"as many as" as an emphatic expression
I thought the following two sentences both would make sense, but the latter doesn't, I hear. #1 As many as ...
0 votes, asked 7 hours ago by yoshikazu UEHARA
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English grammar
Sir, I am quite confuse about using the one particular tense which is past perfect tense. I know how to ...
grammar 0 votes, asked 18 hours ago by faiz khan
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Should I put "who" before despereately needs answers?
The book of Habakkuk pictures a discouraged prophet who questions what God is doing and desperately needs answers.
0 votes, asked 20 hours ago by Susan
1 answer
Passive voice of sentences without object
What is the passive voice of the following sentence?"John plays nicely."
active-voice passive-voice active passive object 0 votes, asked 20 hours ago by Razin Shaikh
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be going to vs the Present Continuous
Is there any difference between the meanings of the following two sentences, or can we use them interchangeably? I'm going ...
continuous 0 votes, asked 23 hours ago by Abdul Quadir
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Which sentence is correct?
Which sentence is grammatically correct? 12 Bad Habits That Damages Your Health or 12 Bad Habits That Damage Your Health? ...
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by alex
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Order of Subjects That Include "I."
When writing a sentence with more than one subject, one of which is "I", is it gramatically necessary or just ...
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Dalek Sec
1 answer
You and me had gone to the market. Is the sentence correct ?
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Debjoy Ghosh
1 answer
wanna to do this.
Wanna to do this.
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Teena Samir
1 answer
Hi, is the term "more heavenly" correct? Can I say, "These chocolate cookies are more heavenly than the vanilla ones."?
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Lynn Lim
1 answer
Use of 'without'
Is this grammatically correct: "Without our soccer captain present..."?
without 0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Marianna
1 answer
Is there anything wrong with this sentence
Happy Birthday! Wishing you much love, joy,and happiness on your special day, and always. I was told by someone that ...
grammar commas 0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Shan
1 answer
Combination of sentences
"He not only turned up late but also forgot his books" is a grammatically correct sentence. What I want to ...
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Z. A. Jazley
1 answer
what ''THING'' includes in english grammer .can we express man women girl boy as ''THING''
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by భాను చౌదరి మాదల
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May I have the correct usage for the following sentence:"Not a problem, it was pops car anyway"Slang for father as ...
apostrophe 0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Carmine
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will and would
What's the difference between the meaning of "what would you do that?" and "what will you do that?"
will 0 votes, asked 1 day ago by daniellei
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What Should I send you OR What I should send you
Hi everyone I want to send a letter but I have a problem . I don't know which one if ...
Structure 0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Bahareh
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would or will?
Eve says to Adam: "One bite from you would all it take/ To love me more, the rest forsake." Is ...
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by John Vigilante
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goodbye steve, I'm now one less of a story to share...right or wrong thanks?
Is that sentence right or wrong. If wrong can you provide a right way to say it.
0 votes, asked Jul 31 by david
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Liberary:Booksa. Hotel:Childrenb. Zoo:animalc.Office:saled.Park:Carse.School:Buses
0 votes, asked Jul 31 by Zohaib
2 answers
When writing a persons name and an 's' is added when is an apostrophe used?
+1 vote, asked Jul 31 by Joseph
1 answer
grammar and usage
My I come in
question 0 votes, asked Jul 31 by janhvi agrawal
1 answer
Appropriate Comma Use
If one were going to give a brief caption for a photo with the word sweet, followed by a person's ...
0 votes, asked Jul 31 by Skyler
1 answer
this is gonna be my tattoo so i dont want it goes wrong
Let it go.Keep the youth,beautiful and freedom
0 votes, asked Jul 31 by Jennifer
1 answer
I am Taiwanese. I am appreciate it if someone answer my question.
"In what subject did you get the highest score?"or“what subject did you get the highest score in?".Which one is correct ...
0 votes, asked Jul 31 by Cruise Lee
1 answer
When I don't know the gender of one person, and replace "he/him or she/her" with " they", is it correct ...
pronoun +1 vote, asked Jul 31 by aviator
1 answer
Pluralizing last name
How do you pluralize my last name that ends in the letter "u"? Name is Valescu.
0 votes, asked Jul 30 by Eleanor Valescu
1 answer
Which sentance is proper?
Me and Eric went somewhere. Or: Eric and I went somewhere. Also: They are waiting for Eric and me, or ...
0 votes, asked Jul 30 by sue lynn chandler
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confusion with these two sentences
Hi: She would make progress in developing her skills or She would make progress if she developed her skills. Can ...
if conditionals 0 votes, asked Jul 30 by lola
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Sentence structure
Hello, My student and I were going over a paper she wrote. When I corrected the grammar of one of ...
0 votes, asked Jul 30 by carolyn colsant
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