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Use a preposition or not?
There are a couple trees in the yard. OR There are a couple of trees in the yard. Which is ...
preposition 0 votes, asked 2 hours ago by phil
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multiple chooses,tick the correct answers
Select the correct usage of the comma: a) Sheila who is a hair stylist often closes her saloon at 8 ...
0 votes, asked 6 hours ago by elizabeth
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noun+noun, ing+noun and ed+noun
what is the difference noun+ noun, ing+ noun and -ed+noun? noun noun and ing noun are used when what kind ...
0 votes, asked 9 hours ago by park
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Impolite or Commanding nuance ?
When I would llike to ask somebody to assist me in my company by e-mail, can I start writing a ...
Politeness 0 votes, asked 9 hours ago by Walter
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correct verb tense
Is this grammarly correct? I find the horse
0 votes, asked 11 hours ago by cherrymacaraig
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sentence making
Which sentence is correct:- 1. It is I. Or 2. It is me.
0 votes, asked 17 hours ago by vandana sindher
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you, your, yours. which one is correct?
Which of the following 3 is correct? the only difference is the first word. 1. You and the world's thoughts ...
0 votes, asked 22 hours ago by Bob Wilson
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What would I use: Intaking, in taking, in-taking
...our expeirence intaking third-party code, and our knowledge of... or ...our expeirence in taking third-party code, and our knowledge of...
Intake 0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Kris
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Grammar
please tell me if this sentence is correct.. "there are numbers of customers looking for your service"
grammar 0 votes, asked 1 day ago by LangBa
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where do you live
where do you live
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by kishore
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grammar
is the sentence correct : All the parents should reach school in time?? or should it be : All the ...
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Sheena S
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Usage
Can the words ignore and neglect be used interchangeably?
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Sanjay
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Using an article with an uncountable noun
Hi. I'm confused about whether to use an indefinite article in the following example: "The teacher must have general knowledge ...
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Mr. Me
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Correct Verb or not
Which is correct?: "Fewer than one cardmember in five IS receiving this mailing." OR "....ARE receiving this mailing."
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Di Ford
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Pronouns
No body knows himself better than he.
0 votes, asked Jan 26 by Lauren Fasang
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does this sentence need a comma
There is debate about whether this sentence needs a comma and we need to settle the debate so we can ...
comma adjectives 0 votes, asked Jan 26 by Jenny Stevens-Scott
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What is the error with the conjunctive adverb?
The man immediately absconded away when the police arrived to the crime scene; Therefore, it was indubitably clear that he ...
0 votes, asked Jan 26 by c
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is it... & it is... What's the difference?
Original sentence I found: "Not only is it important to know how to use this software..." In the sentence above, ...
0 votes, asked Jan 26 by allone00
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noun and pronoun agreement
which is correct: with the help of my friend that works at... or with the help of my friend who ...
0 votes, asked Jan 26 by John
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verb to have
A spider doesn't have wings. A bird have wings. or A spider doesn't has wings. A bird has wings.
0 votes, asked Jan 26 by mjama
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Is this sentence correct? Is "laws of nature" OK?
The gentle Christ proved to be more powerful than the laws of nature, and even death could not hold Him ...
0 votes, asked Jan 26 by Susan
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Sentence Structure
Which one is correct - Have you ever purchased Adobe software? or - Have you ever purchased an Adobe software?
0 votes, asked Jan 26 by Alex B
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converting statement into question
how to convert following statement into questions EXAMPLE: STATEMENT: She is working in New York. QUESTION: Where is she working? ...
-1 votes, asked Jan 25 by Fatima Faiha
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Do I use a singular or plural veb?
Few people in my family really understand or understands me.
0 votes, asked Jan 25 by Sharon Stringer
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"of" or "for"
I am creating a product that involves movement stations for regular education students that replicates a variety of diabilities so ...
of for 0 votes, asked Jan 25 by Pete Charrette
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A lot of OR Some
A lot of friends visited Mary during New Year. or Some friends visited Mary during New Year. Which sentence is ...
0 votes, asked Jan 25 by Jeffrey Yee
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fill in the blanks
you and me _______ the only people here.
0 votes, asked Jan 25 by pritish bidhar mahapatra
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grammar
Do you say Music Program of your school or in your school?
0 votes, asked Jan 25 by judy yap
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A or An?
I want to be a NFL player. ORI want to be an NFL player. I know NFL begins with the ...
0 votes, asked Jan 25 by Kim
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Either vs Both and More vs Most
Are there any errors in the below sentence?Sam was the most gifted writer of either of her more highly acclaimed ...
0 votes, asked Jan 25 by Kim
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