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Punctuation with semi colon and a quotation
When writing in American style, can I put a semi-colon that was not part of the original quote before the ...
semi-colon quotation punctuation 0 votes, asked 3 hours ago by Mary Reinhardt
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Help
For thou wilt lie upon the wings of night Whiter than new snow upon a raven’s back. Explain the meaning, ...
-1 votes, asked 7 hours ago by Sanjay
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were married
What does the following sentence mean? They were married for 20 years. Does it mean "they are no longer married", ...
pastsimple meaning 0 votes, edited 10 hours ago by Abdul Quadir
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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 1 day ago by Jack
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Grammar check
Are the following sentences grammatically correct? The average male child weighs 3 kg. The average baby boy weighs 3 kg. ...
grammar Abbreviation 0 votes, edited 1 day ago by Abdul Quadir
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Usage
If I were you, I would send all / all of your staff home until the morning. I want to ...
0 votes, edited 1 day ago by Sanjay
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issue with the Sequence of Tences
Hello ! There is the sentence from a book "I'm going to Australia as soon as I have saved enough ...
0 votes, edited 6 hours ago by Vadim
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Question is about sign "Esq.", "Sir". British vs. American opinion
Hello there ! On the last week I had the English lesson with a native speaker from the UK. Our ...
0 votes, edited 1 day ago by Vadim
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linking or action verb
Reporters uncovered a scandal. Linking or action
english 0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Swannerp Masterson
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linking or action verb
Meyers was an All-American from UCLA. Action or linking verb
english 0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Swannerp Masterson
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linking are action
The station wedding is a front wheel drive car. Linking or action verb
english 0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Swannerp Masterson
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linking or action verb
A hurricane swept the island. Linking or action verb
english 0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Swannerp Masterson
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linking or action verb
A hurricane swept the island. Linking or action verb
english 0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Swannerp Masterson
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linking or action verb
Everyone ran for shelter. Linking or action Verb
english 0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Swannerp Masterson
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linking or action verb
The armchairs feels comfortable linking or action
english 0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Swannerp Masterson
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english linking or action
Many people were homeless.linking or action
english 0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Swannerp Masterson
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linking or action verb
The government operation servals large parks. Linking or action
english -1 votes, asked 1 day ago by Swannerp Masterson
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english sentence correction
Madam I sent an email to you. Please check once madam. Sorry for delay madam.
0 votes, asked Jun 29 by sushmitha
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Gramatical system as a subfoundation of language. The of content and the plan of expression
Gramatical system as a subfoundation of language. The of content and the plan of expression
0 votes, asked Jun 29 by eagle.eye14
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Profusely
"I profusely apologize" is this sentence correct
+1 vote, asked Jun 29 by Bernie
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"whose talents reaches"
I'm pretty sure "whose talents reaches" should be "whose talents reach" or "whose talent reaches." Am I right, and if ...
+1 vote, asked Jun 29 by Jon Schwartz
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Alternative For This Sentence
What is a better, friendlier way to write this sentence as a subject line? "A response to your recent survey ...
0 votes, asked Jun 29 by Joe
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Help
Understanding poems written by great poets is an uphill task. If I need to get the meaning of each line, ...
0 votes, asked Jun 29 by Sanjay
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Sentence construction
Apologies if you have already received this but please can you tell me which is the correct sentence: How long ...
+1 vote, asked Jun 29 by Carole Broad
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Grammatical explanation
How do I explain in grammatical terms, the difference between these 2 sentences? 1. He showed me the book 2. ...
direct indirect object +1 vote, asked Jun 29 by Tina Biswas
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Could a comma change the meaning?
Hello there! Consider the two sentences below: This is my friend Tom. This is my friend, Tom. Are they different ...
comma meaning +1 vote, asked Jun 29 by Abdul Quadir
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Comma problems
Recently, the mayor of London, Boris Johnson, wrote an article about Islamic terrorism in which he used the following sentence: ...
comma commaplacement 0 votes, asked Jun 29 by Vinicius Bremer
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i want to check my sentence which is correct or not grammatically
One day i will be that what you want, but i never will be that what i want.
gramar 0 votes, asked Jun 29 by Bhavesh patil
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Question is about sign "Esq.", "Sir". British vs. American opinion
Hello there ! On the last week I had the English lesson with native speaker from the UK. Our topic ...
0 votes, asked Jun 29 by Vadim
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Does 'please give me a little time' sound weird?
Hi. I'm translating a Japanese presentation script and it opens with a phrase that directly translates to "please give me ...
0 votes, asked Jun 29 by Polly
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