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Grammar
What does the word "political outfit" mean when used with "what" and "which"? Elaborating, when used as" which" it means ...
vocabulary grammar +1 vote, asked 5 hours ago by Mayank Jain
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Usage
Each and every party has ups and downs, and Congress will soon bounce back under the leadership of Sonia Gandhi ...
0 votes, asked 14 hours ago by Sanjay
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Self
Can we use the Word Self infront of a name? For an example "my self Leon" Can we fram a ...
0 votes, asked 15 hours ago by leon
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please check my grammar For english class I need to write a sentence that defines the word deride
I told the girls not to deride as they were mocking the new girls accent in class.
deride english grammar help Sentence 0 votes, asked 19 hours ago by Ana ilic
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when + present simple or when + present continuous
What is the difference between "listen to me when I talk to you" and "listen to me when I'm talking ...
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by John
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i.e. and e.g. .............. or ie and eg
Are the versions without abbreviation points correct or acceptable?
Latin Abbreviation 0 votes, asked 1 day ago by chris johnson
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Grammar
is this correct? opposition mention many countries more of which in Africa that foreign aid not only didn’t work but ...
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by hnaseri
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I don't know if this is correct...
1) I studied everyday to be a teacher. 2) I studied to be a teacher everyday. Are the both OK? ...
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Asami Moto
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"wanting a final decision/proof is impossible"
I used a strange sentence which is semantically similar to the one in the headline, and I wonder if it ...
semantics syntax reference phrases ambiguity +1 vote, asked 1 day ago by Mathias Herrmann
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How do I punctuate these words?
Hello, this might seem like a stupid question, but I'm having trouble with this sentence in my fiction novel: He ...
quotations quotes punctuation 0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Matthew Bryan
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comma before the word "too"
Is it necessary to use a comma before the word "too" at the end of a sentence? (Using one seems ...
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Margaret Tessler
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Capitalization
Should scholar be capitalized in this sentence: Bill Clinton, ex-President of the United States, was a Rhodes scholar.
capitalization 0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Cathy Nierman
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fill in the blank
the coconut is a ------food for many reasons such as it is the biggest seed and has a -------white liquid ...
-1 votes, asked 1 day ago by arif
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Can this answer be considered as correct?
for this sentence: "Did the tourists take photos?" It was asked to reformulate the sentence using "were" can "were the ...
0 votes, asked Nov 26 by ROBINSON
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Help to choose the right answer
My son had a great time at the summer camp last year. They did/were doing/had done/had been doing a lot ...
0 votes, asked Nov 26 by Melsida
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write this question into direct speech
he asked asma if she was ten years old
0 votes, asked Nov 26 by Khubroo Javaid
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correct tens
many things which people (do) manually in past can (do) by computers today
0 votes, asked Nov 26 by Papu Bass
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Comma
In this sentence, do I need a comma before "used"? Why or why not? A door is a simple mechanical ...
0 votes, asked Nov 26 by Sam Morris
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omission of an article why?
Why is the article omitted when using pink eye? For example, I have a cold I have a cough I ...
Articles +1 vote, asked Nov 26 by chad
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Which words in the sentence make up the adjective phrase?
the image on the previous page shows an outdoor mural that he painted.
0 votes, asked Nov 26 by shiwa ahmadi
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Can one make sound?
Is it grammatically correct to say: make more sound?
0 votes, asked Nov 26 by Tess
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Wait as a transitive verb.
My friend and I are having an argument. He says that it is proper to say "What are we waiting?" ...
transitive intransitive direct object PREPOSITIONAL 0 votes, asked Nov 25 by Faris Sweiss
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me vs. myself
Which of the following is grammatically correct, and why?: ...she vanished, never to be seen by me again. ...she vanished, ...
0 votes, asked Nov 25 by sali
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grammar
Why do you say "Who is playing tennis?" to a group? Shouldn't it be "Who are playing tennis?"
0 votes, asked Nov 25 by Diana Thornton
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Which person(s) is the following sentences referring to? I.E. First, Second, Third.
Within the following two sentences, please deliniate which person (bracketed and left open for the persons to be numbered 1, ...
0 votes, asked Nov 25 by John LaVoie
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subtleness
can we write ``subtleness encompassed'' in the poetry?
0 votes, asked Nov 25 by Madhavarao Pabbaraju
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Dependant clause
In this example: 2 SUBJECTS BUT ONLY ONE VERB; THEREFORE, IT IS A SINLE CLAUSE. 1.Is the second clause "Therefore, ...
0 votes, asked Nov 25 by Sam Morris
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Comma
Do i need the comma here: 3 days ago, I think.
0 votes, asked Nov 25 by Sam Morris
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Is the word ironically OK here? Should a comma be put after it?
It’s easy to give thanks when life is going well. Ironically this is the time when we’re least likely to ...
0 votes, asked Nov 25 by Susan
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Plug in for Word 2010
I just suscribed to grammarly but I'm having problem installing it in my Word 2010. This Word 2010 is in ...
0 votes, asked Nov 24 by Jimmy Ablaza
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