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Usage
Could you usage of Mr. / Mrs. / Ms. / Miss ?
0 votes, asked 5 hours ago by Sanjay
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The meaning of a sentence
Hello, I have a question related to a sentence below. "There walked into the room a tall man" Linguistically, the ...
0 votes, asked 7 hours ago by Mizuki Ono
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confermation
are you satisfied is right or wrong
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Bhoopendra Pal Singh
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relative pronoun (which)+ preposition
I have a problem with this kind of relative pronoun when is used with a preposition, such as "in/ into/ ...
relative-pronoun 0 votes, asked 1 day ago by shayan
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Can you use "Flesh of the god"
Can yo use "Flesh of the god" or should it be "Flesh of the gods?
flesh of the god 0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Mirja Lahtinen
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what does Readility mean ?
hi , what does "Readility" mean ?
meaning 0 votes, asked 1 day ago by mohammad olfat miri
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word order
Which is correct? and why? Did you want to write to me something? Did you want to write something to ...
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by dean stephanus
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I want to know if troubleshooting makes sense in this sentence/question
Should I sit until Monday to see if I can do it at school? or should I keep troubleshooting?
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Janaia.F
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ee
what is siple present tense
0 votes, asked Nov 21 by kinfemichael
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asking questions
what is the correct question for the following sentences: 1. He is twenty years old. 2. He has two cars.
0 votes, asked Nov 21 by rosanna marie sanchez
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subject verb agreement
jin and her fiends take rides
0 votes, asked Nov 21 by jddillard
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HELP- single plural/ future forms :
I dont know when i should use singular/ plural forms or when i should use present simple or will, like ...
0 votes, edited Nov 21 by dean stephanus
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ROOT FORMS OF VERB, ?? cofused
What is the correct (form) way to say this : It's better you tell me than it is to keep ...
0 votes, edited Nov 21 by dean stephanus
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'try' as a noun
In the sentence, 'You can give a try', am I wrong to say that the word 'try' is used as ...
+1 vote, asked Nov 21 by gomathyc
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Proper placement of commas
Where should commas, if any, be inserted in the following sentence and why? "Earnings versus budget were unfavorable by $1 ...
0 votes, asked Nov 21 by cb
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Transitive and Intransitive verb
1. In the sentence below The crowd rushed towards the gate. Is the verb transitive or intransitive. 2. Can I ...
0 votes, asked Nov 21 by gomathyc
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I want to know if this sentence is correct
Please i want to know if this sentence is correct "I want to know the possibility of my answer questions ...
0 votes, asked Nov 21 by hajar
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engagement wish
How to wish sister for engagement in simple english ??
0 votes, asked Nov 21 by shoaib
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Who or Whom
I am writing an essay and am unsure whether to use who or whom. The sentence is: They are also ...
who whom essay grammar 0 votes, asked Nov 21 by meghan
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Plagiarism
Does it automatically check for plagiarism?
0 votes, asked Nov 20 by Marilyn Gunn
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How do I reframe this sentence?
Brother gets away with murder because he's the youngest child
0 votes, asked Nov 20 by savannah hagwood
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usage
Which is correct? Bob and I are playing Saturday. OR Bob and I am playing Saturday.
0 votes, asked Nov 20 by Paula Drake
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change the narration
she said to his brother,"why were you romining here and there?
0 votes, asked Nov 20 by divya
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sentence grammar - help!
Can someone offer me any advice on this sentence? It doesn't sound or feel right, and I'm not quite sure ...
Sentence grammar Structure 0 votes, edited Nov 20 by Sierra
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Use of multiple ANDs in a sentence
Hi, I want to say in a sentence: I liaised between: 1. A and B; and 2. A and C. ...
and 0 votes, asked Nov 20 by Ken Yunbei Kang
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How to fix this run on?
The overcrowding of prison populations in these respective countries has become a systematic problem in the eyes of the international ...
0 votes, asked Nov 20 by Jay Vee
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usage
I often see the construction: "The decision to do X was based off of the consideration Y". Is it ever ...
preposition 0 votes, asked Nov 19 by Evan Meyer
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What tense?
What tense is, "Could you get me a bottle of water please?"
0 votes, asked Nov 19 by Kim
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english sentence
I would rather you and no one else too
0 votes, asked Nov 19 by Rajkrishna Paul
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Apostrophe usage
I'm creating a photo book and I'm stumbling with a title for a specific section. Which is correct? Guest Portraits ...
apostrophe 0 votes, asked Nov 19 by Samantha
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