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chose
i {can/did} play
choice 0 votes, asked Sep 29 by medo
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Question about Capitalization
Should slavery be capitalized if you're talking about it as an institution? For example: This shows the complexity of Slavery.
0 votes, asked Sep 29 by jennylee
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change to passive
The teacher enters the class.
0 votes, asked Sep 29 by mee
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Antonym
Is "Not receive" correct antonym of "receive"?
0 votes, asked Sep 29 by Surinder Pal Kaur
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determiners
I have read................(few/a few) Sanskrit books. Which is most appropriate and why?
0 votes, asked Sep 29 by swati saxena
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Letter greeting/Capitalization
Should the second word in "Hello Everyone!" in a letter greeting be capitalized?
capitalization letters 0 votes, asked Sep 29 by Wendy B.
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Coca Cola Sport or Coca Cola Sports?
Dear reader, If Coca Cola would brand a new product, especially made for sporters. Which of the following brand names ...
sports sport 0 votes, asked Sep 29 by Julian
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Active to passive voice
What is the passive voice of Honey tastes sweet
0 votes, asked Sep 29 by Gopal kumawat
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Subject-verb agreement when a preposional phrase follows the subject
Merriam Webster gives: "Grammar is the set of rules that explain how words are used in a language." I believe ...
subject verb agreement +1 vote, asked Sep 29 by Mark McDowell
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Grammarly highlighted "own." Is this sentence correct?
Our human inclination is to manage our own lives and do what we want to do.
0 votes, asked Sep 29 by Susan
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Is this correct? Is shown OK?
Never has anyone shown patience like Jesus.
0 votes, asked Sep 29 by Susan
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how would I edit this mixed construction?
Numbed with coldness often made me stumble
0 votes, asked Sep 28 by Anni
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Alternative use of the word "fend".
Is it correct to use the word "fend" in the following manner?: "We fend for them."
0 votes, asked Sep 28 by Shawn
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Is "on" correct?
Discontentment, frustration, absence of joy, and lack of peace are signs that our thoughts are centered on our circumstances and ...
0 votes, asked Sep 27 by Susan
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which is correct
Which is correct "is time we went to bed" or "is time we go to bed"
0 votes, asked Sep 26 by Rachael Moses
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part of speech
late
speech 0 votes, asked Sep 26 by Sanam
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Each of these children is/are very naughty
Should we put is or are for the above sentence
0 votes, asked Sep 26 by Mary William
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either
Is it correct to say: "Is either of you planning to go to the party?" or "Are either of you ...
0 votes, asked Sep 26 by Charlotte Denis
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Identify the function of the prepositional phrase
The picture was hung on the wall The prepositional phrase is (on the wall) The question is whether it is ...
0 votes, asked Sep 26 by Noor Elaml
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word choice
Hello, In this paragraph in the last sentence, should the word 'and' or the word 'as' be used before the ...
0 votes, asked Sep 26 by Mary Ellen Caloon
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Expressing currency amount
What is the best way to express 50 cents within a sentence? Which of the following is best? ... fee ...
0 votes, asked Sep 26 by Betty
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past tense
Do you say the smallest size I found is or was? Can both be used?
0 votes, asked Sep 26 by sherihan
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use of would with suppose
Is it right to say, Suppose he lost the match what would he do. Or should it be, Suppose he ...
0 votes, asked Sep 26 by petal
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Run on sentences
Is this a run on sentence? TOGETHER WE CREATE; WE CAN, WE WILL, WE MUST BE THE BEST OR NOTHING!
0 votes, asked Sep 26 by Tracy Christian
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present continuous with never
We often use the present continuous with 'always' to express irritation but surely 'you're never listening to me' is very ...
0 votes, asked Sep 26 by Jane
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voice change
open the door
open the window 0 votes, asked Sep 26 by RR MM
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Devote or dedicate?
Which is correct? The exhibition is devoted to Charles Rennie Mackintosh OR The exhibition is dedicated to Charles Rennie Mackintosh?
Word choice 0 votes, asked Sep 26 by Anastasia
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Is this grammatically correct?
Never has anyone shown patience like Jesus.
0 votes, asked Sep 25 by Susan
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Would plural subject followed by adjective require singular or plural verb?
Which is correct? Cities represented (have or has) grown.
noun verb agreement 0 votes, asked Sep 25 by Maria
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is the colon used correctly
If you want to join the Science Club: you may sign up in room 108
0 votes, asked Sep 25 by maya
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