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To capitalize endearment names or not
In conversational dialogue would an endearment, such "sweety", "honey" etc., be capitolized as would a proper name?
capital Name nickname 0 votes, asked Nov 27 by Georgia Delorme
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In text citations in MLA format: When to include the author's last name
I'm having trouble with in-text citations for my essay. I know that when you do an intext citation you can ...
mla in-text citation citations intext 0 votes, asked Nov 27 by Kendra
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My work
Since I am using the free version I cant save my work, so where did it go?
0 votes, asked Nov 27 by Pastor Mack
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Cancellation of my subscription
I had to cancel my subscription last week when I was informed that your service does not work with Open ...
0 votes, asked Nov 27 by Pat Scotf
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There is a text about a famous footballer Pele with a sentence in the end: .... ( because of all ...
Articles 0 votes, edited 11 hours ago by Rita
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Is the use of past and present tense in this paragraph correct?
While reading this book, I found three characters that stood out for me; they each did so for a different ...
present past presentperfect pastperfect pastsimple 0 votes, edited Nov 27 by
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multiple choice
There is a sentence: Football's third century has seen success for a number of footballing nations in Africa and Asia ...
0 votes, asked Nov 27 by Rita
1 answer
Have or has, past tense
Which is correct and why? Until now, Kodak have been the only company to offer the service. Until now, Kodak ...
0 votes, asked Nov 27 by Jake Dearlove
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writing meeting minutes
When writing minutes for a meeting is it correct or proper to use the word "motioned"? As in John Greene ...
0 votes, asked Nov 27 by Lynn
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Check the tense
Rajeev has been to England many times.
0 votes, asked Nov 27 by Shekar
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my name is om
123456 0 votes, asked Nov 27 by
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Word search of a particular
Culturally diverse but again united all a whole What would you call this type of nation?
Word-choice cultural nation diversity 0 votes, asked Nov 27 by Sanjoy Roy
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about change gerund to to+infinitive
complete.preparing a dictionary isn't as simple as a .
infintives 0 votes, asked Nov 27 by pouriya
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use of the hyphen
In the sentence, "Donald needs to submit his assignments on time." Should "on time" be hyphenated?
0 votes, asked Nov 27 by
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is this a phrase clause or sentence
is you should read more magizines a phrase clause or a sentence
0 votes, asked Nov 27 by alicia
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Is this sentence written correctly?
The Academic Commons is a proposed new building for California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo as an adjunction to ...
0 votes, asked Nov 26 by Wayne Nemec
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Missing comma(s) with interrupter
Let's say my sentence is the following, "The event was quite successful though." Grammarly would suggest a comma after successful, ...
interrupter comma 0 votes, asked Nov 26 by ewan
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Best mother to our mother of our angel
0 votes, asked Nov 26 by
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There’s an old rhyme that says: “coughs and sneezes spread diseases?
0 votes, asked Nov 26 by mustafa
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correction required
Most of the times S&D do Marketing activities for sales promotions like FCA Day, DR Day, MW Day in this ...
0 votes, asked Nov 26 by
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please help me to correct this sentence
you never come our collage regularly. then how we should talk together?
0 votes, asked Nov 26 by
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Subject and verb
What is the subject and verb in the following sentence: There must be a good reason for the delay.
subject and verb 0 votes, asked Nov 26 by
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Can you tell me how to punctuate Preservice teachers felt or Preservice teachers' felt Thanks
possessive punctuation 0 votes, asked Nov 26 by Stephenie
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For/since how long you have been working there?
Which is correct for or since justify yr answer
+1 vote, asked Nov 26 by
1 answer
article Delhi of........India .
0 votes, asked Nov 26 by Nanita chhetri
1 answer
food is going to prepare by mum
I need a pssive voice of it
0 votes, asked Nov 26 by haris
1 answer
Convert from Active to Passive Voice.
Convert from Active voice to Passive voice :- 1) Engine crossed several ages. 2) Beginning from steam engine with external ...
0 votes, asked Nov 26 by Dhruvi Vaja
1 answer
Lower case names at the beginning of a sentence.
When using a name, such as a design studio or event that uses all lowercase letters in their name, (eg. ...
capital sentence-structure Sentence Name names +2 votes, edited Nov 26 by Tom
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have been wanting to tell
Have been waiting to tell you
0 votes, asked Nov 26 by Benedict Sammie
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is this correct to write :We do not have received :
We do not have received any details from you
0 votes, asked Nov 26 by rohan
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