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Used to / Would
I am aware that used to can only be used for describing past states AND past habit, whereas would can ...
used to would habits states -1 votes, asked Dec 16 by Kyle
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The use of "neither"
Is the use of "neither" correct in the following sentences: He baked cakes for neither of them. He did not ...
neither 0 votes, asked Dec 16 by tatjanaXX
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grammatical correction
How is your both health now?
health 0 votes, asked Dec 16 by swapna
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Convert active voice into passive voice
i) We have done our homework. ii) He is abusing me for nothing. iii) My teacher will help me in ...
0 votes, asked Dec 16 by Hussnain Ali
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What does "She plays," mean?
Please help me get the meaning of this sentence. "He plays the piano and the guitar. His wife sings and ...
0 votes, asked Dec 16 by Sharon Lipschutz
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Comma Placement in this sentence
Which one is correct and why? These lessons are also compatible for use with other interactive whiteboards such as Promethean, ...
0 votes, asked Dec 16 by Anjilla Young
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using an object in a compound sentence
Which of the following sentences is greammatically correct?1. The book was so interesting that I could't stop reading.2. The book ...
object 0 votes, asked Dec 16 by Yoon Kim
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spot the error
my mother went to the doctor when she is sick yesterday
0 votes, asked Dec 16 by Nivedita Ramakrishna
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what do you think ,could she help me
what do you think ,would he help me ? or what do you think , he woud help me? which ...
0 votes, asked Dec 16 by balwant
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Parts of sentence
"He is playing with good friends" He= Subject is= Helping verb playing=main verb with good friends= object OR Adverb OR ...
0 votes, asked Dec 16 by Ghulamdada16
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Proper use of "lease" or "rent" in terms of who rents to, who rents from (is rent from proper)
I have a student who asks an interesting question I am having trouble answering. Here was her question on a ...
lease rent to from 0 votes, asked Dec 16 by Joel Nicholson
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All, every, each
Which is correct: I edit all books and magazines I read, or I edit every book and magazine I read, ...
all every each 0 votes, asked Dec 16 by Tracey Barnes
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what i like best about school?
What is tha capital of america?
0 votes, asked Dec 15 by gumbao richel
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Tell me about a suggestion you have made
Tell me about a suggestion you have made
0 votes, asked Dec 15 by Honey Haroon
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More importantly, most importantly, or most important???
We find our favorite Bible heroes wrestling with sin, fear, and lapses of faith. We see them fail, repent, and ...
0 votes, asked Dec 15 by Susan
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Is this sentence correct?
Noted stock analyst Chicken Little announced, “The sky is falling”.
0 votes, asked Dec 15 by Natasha
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grammar
what should we use: in present? 1. I go fly 2. I go to fly 3. I go flying in ...
0 votes, asked Dec 15 by Uy
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vocab choice
Why do we say "along with" rather than just "with"?
0 votes, asked Dec 15 by Lynne Melia
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Word order
In this sentence which is grammatically correct "later claim credit" or "claim credit later"? This form indicates your acknowledgement that ...
0 votes, asked Dec 15 by Cynthia Lampkins
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Models
Find the required model for the blank - You _____ go to the principal's office to get his permission. Options ...
0 votes, asked Dec 15 by Riya Saxena
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either..or/neither nor
Hi! do the following sentences mean exaclty the same thing? (1) he had never paid much attention either to me ...
0 votes, asked Dec 14 by Maria-Danai Wien
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I am looking forward to + verb + ing
what does "I am looking forward to + verb + ing" express ?
0 votes, asked Dec 14 by Mohamed Mejri
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possessive case
Is it gramatically correct to say "I became a tenant of John Brown" or should it be I became a ...
0 votes, asked Dec 14 by Betty Davis
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be it
what does be in practices(in bold) mean in this context and what kind of sentence is this?(gramatically) there is no ...
beit +1 vote, asked Dec 14 by solmazpanaahi
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correct the preposition above or up
Which sentence is correct? What preposition is correct in the sentences. 1) There are dark clouds in the sky up. ...
0 votes, asked Dec 14 by Preeti Chheda
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Passive voice of complicated active sentences
Friends! It's a mind game. What will be the passive voice of the following sentences?? 1) The boys are standing ...
0 votes, asked Dec 14 by Ghulamdada16
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punctuation
Ravi parents are both doctors
0 votes, asked Dec 14 by Rahul kumar
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ING + comma
Quick question. Are the examples (a) and (b) both correct? (a) Hearing the door open, I felt a shudder run ...
0 votes, asked Dec 14 by Jjjj
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Passive strutures using "By"
All passive strutures can not be made by using "By" after the past participle. In what conditions, "By" is used ...
0 votes, asked Dec 14 by Ghulamdada16
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Compound Clause Comma Rule
When two independent clauses are joined as a compound of a dependent clause, is a comma used? Example: Suzy said ...
comma compound independent 0 votes, asked Dec 13 by Lauren Lindemulder
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