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Conjunction
He is an old man yet very active.
But 0 votes, asked 2 hours ago by Arpana Kumar
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Conjunction
He is an old yet very active.
But 0 votes, asked 2 hours ago by Arpana Kumar
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Conjunction
He is an old an yet very active.
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Usage
Much as you dislike advertising, you cannot avoid it. Try as he will, he never seems able to do the ...
0 votes, asked 9 hours ago by Sanjay
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how to save changes and accept all the changes
where is the feature to accept all the changes and save the document without printing
-1 votes, asked 10 hours ago by drani
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stromg sentence
thesis readers attention See example: I like using a strong sentence at the end to draw the readers attention.
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Kimberly Kerns
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Is "evidenced by" correct in this sentence? I'm trying to explain "abide".
To abide in Christ is to continue or remain in Him. It is evidenced by staying power and a deep ...
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Susan
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Is this sentence grammatically correct? I'm trying to explain the meaning of "abide"
To abide in Christ is to remain in Him and develop a constant reliance on Him.
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Susan
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conducive to OR conducive for
Grammarly insists on correcting "A is conducive to B" into "A is conducive for B". But I believe "to" is ...
0 votes, asked Apr 19 by Oleg
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cancel account now
I want to cancel my account now. As soon as possible. Please cancell my account grammarly!!!!
-1 votes, asked Apr 19 by Breanna
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Use of the construction between this and that or from this to that.
I maintain you can say "The values were from zero to one." or "The values were between zero and one." ...
0 votes, asked Apr 18 by John Zerby
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is this proper
Thank you for keeping me posted on the status of the paralegal position. I look forward to hearing from soon. ...
0 votes, asked Apr 18 by Melissa
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phrase
Please help me How to recognise kind of phrase in a sentece.whether it is noun ,adjective or adverb. It is ...
0 votes, asked Apr 18 by rashid
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phrase2
He the man of words. please help me ................ Which kind of phrase is there in the above sentence--- noun ...
-1 votes, asked Apr 18 by rashid
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correction
bankruptcy is a crime and his father does not want to servr a jail term so they migrate to the ...
0 votes, asked Apr 17 by Salieu jalloh
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Phrase
He is the man of words. please help me ................ Which kind of phrase is there in the above sentence--- ...
0 votes, asked Apr 17 by rashid
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What is a bad phrase?
(www).paperrater.com/ticket/8834ac28bcf9a74-839732?print=true I score lowest in phrasing and I have no idea why... Can someone please explain it more clearly?
-2 votes, edited Apr 16 by Greg Williamson
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how to correct it
WordPress was not considered as a CMS how to correct this sentence See example: WordPress was not considered as a ...
0 votes, asked Apr 16 by abeer
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inscription on charm for graduating grandson
Which is preferable - 'Man OF God' or 'Man FOR God' ...and what difference does the use of one or ...
0 votes, asked Apr 16 by Gay Abernathy
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Wordiness
suggestions? Is it ok to leave like that? See example: In a study conducted by Kicklighter et al. (2009), major ...
-1 votes, asked Apr 16 by Maria Cecilia Pfund
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passive usage
Have been done or have been demonstrated..... how to change it
0 votes, asked Apr 16 by Medha
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Word usage
It is clearly correct to use the word "prior" to refer to something that occurs earlier in time, but is ...
0 votes, asked Apr 16 by Reid Brockway
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Proper use of pronouns agreement
Should I put "other than that things here are under control or thing here are under control?" See example: Other ...
0 votes, asked Apr 15 by Rui
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Spanish Grammarly?
Hi, Does anyone know if one can change the language on grammarly to Spanish so that it will correct assignments ...
0 votes, asked Apr 15 by Killian McKee
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Proper use of a or an.
The sentence is, "The project will build an 25,000 SF addition to the existing building". Should you use a or ...
0 votes, asked Apr 15 by John Amend
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study possesive - what is correct.
If I want to say 'the study's aim was to investigate......' Is the above correct? I have been confused by ...
0 votes, asked Apr 15 by Andy Blanshard
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Is it correct or not
Is it correct or not: It is difficult to be engaged/commited in/with terms of/by validations issuing
0 votes, asked Apr 15 by virginia plakunova
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my teacher said to me,'you must work hard
my teacher said to me you must work hard
0 votes, asked Apr 15 by Parvez Ali
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Please check if it is correct?
I give some watermelons for the lion to eat because it can make him feel cooler. Then, the lion feels ...
0 votes, edited Apr 15 by Paula Lui
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Confused with the word "any"
Which is correct pertaining to each number? 1.) "You can shoot at any target." vs. "You can shoot at any ...
0 votes, asked Apr 15 by Ernest Estrella
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