0 answers
the most + one-syllable adjective
Why do single-syllable adjective forms use "the most" and not the suffix -est? Usually if I will make a superlative ...
0 votes, asked Mar 01 by Dwishiren
1 answer
conversion from active to passive
Passive form of ''who is bothering you?''
passive form 0 votes, asked Mar 01 by shelina rajawat
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rewrite as assertive
What did i do with the hammer?
0 votes, asked Mar 01 by sumi soni
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subject - verb agreement
when I make sentence which has one subject and two verbs, I am so confused. i.g. He is so angry ...
subject-verb 0 votes, asked Mar 01 by sun
1 answer
0 votes, asked Mar 01 by Mrigna
1 answer
If my skirt is broken, my friend saw it but didn't tell me. After I ask her she only told me
Should I ask her that u should've tell me earlier or told?
0 votes, asked Mar 01 by Stephanie
1 answer
subject verb agreement
both trains go to kashmir.
0 votes, asked Mar 01 by rachna
1 answer
Verbs in An English Sentence
Hello, Could somebody please tell me if I should write "I make sure he understand." or "I make sure he ...
0 votes, asked Feb 28 by Chris Hoang
1 answer
Can I say, Fundraiser!!!
0 votes, asked Feb 28 by Corey Monroe
1 answer
0 votes, asked Feb 28 by Jair Raimondi
1 answer
Present and past perfect
Hi Could someone please explain for me what are the diference between ( present perfect, past perfect,present perfect continous, past ...
0 votes, asked Feb 28 by Yazan Al-Mohtasib
2 answers
I am having a spirited debate over my sentence structure in a question I asked over text message.
I asked this question in a group text: "Still wanting some infused jalapeño tequila steve?" Chaos ensued. I understand that ...
noun Adverb adjective compound 0 votes, asked Feb 28 by Jay B
1 answer
Is using "and that" acceptable because I hate it.
I notice there seems to be a cross-section of people of varying ages and backgrounds that use the phrase "and ...
0 votes, asked Feb 28 by Brian
0 answers
change the sentence
Naresh goes to a schooi which has over a thousand students.
0 votes, asked Feb 28 by alok gupta
1 answer
Grammar sentence
Hi there, Is the grammar correct for this sentence ? I have also been in regular contact with the team ...
0 votes, asked Feb 28 by DarReNz
2 answers
present continuous vs future continuous
Could you please explain those tenses? Because they've both are still related to the future. Thanks. :)
0 votes, asked Feb 28 by pink
1 answer
A comma is placed between two adjectives, and sometimes we don't. What is the reason for doing it? Please explain.
0 votes, asked Feb 28 by Sanjay
0 answers
conjunction clauses subordinate vs coordinate
Independent Music and singing are major parts of my life, and my favorite genre is rock. Painting anything is enjoyable ...
Clauses conjunctions Subordinate coordinate 0 votes, asked Feb 28 by Melody Manson
1 answer
What sentences require an auxiliary verb?
As far as I can tell, two kinds of sentences require an auxiliary verb: 1. Negative sentences. Wrong: "I not ...
auxiliary 0 votes, asked Feb 27 by Paula H
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Question about quotation marks usage
I'm proofreading a document for some birth doulas, and they refer to stages of delivery with quotations around them, i.e. ...
0 votes, asked Feb 27 by Jr. Chism
1 answer
I am wondering why there is no comma after the word "firms" in the following sentence: "In the names of ...
0 votes, asked Feb 27 by Lynn
1 answer
Admission Open or Admissions Open
Admission Open or Admissions Open. Which is correct to use in an advertisement?
0 votes, asked Feb 27 by Sakthi Nandhan
3 answers
Rewrite the sentence using Have you
Begin the following sentence with Have you ---. Has Alia written to you?
0 votes, asked Feb 27 by Sushil Kumar
1 answer
use of "used to Compared"
following is a question asked in national level gate exam. I am just confused with the use of 'used compared ...
compared-with compared-to 0 votes, asked Feb 27 by piyushhurpade
1 answer
active into passive voice
Who will help me
0 votes, asked Feb 27 by Sachin Kumar
0 answers
Proper use of the word "how"
" I use this medicine how I want to use it." Proper, or should it be, "I use this medicine ...
how 0 votes, asked Feb 27 by Dan Delventhal
1 answer
Simple Past vs. Past Perfect
Which would be the more accurate or correct tense: After several sessions of chemotherapy, my husband's life had been saved ...
past perfect 0 votes, asked Feb 27 by Veronica
1 answer
We were all honored to meet governor Philips
we were all honored to meet government Philips
0 votes, asked Feb 27 by Karla Sanchez
1 answer
such vs as
Should I use (such) or (as) in this sentence: I never saw such a handsome man ___ Sam' father.
0 votes, asked Feb 26 by karine
1 answer
Would the period go before or after the quotation in this sentence? I found myself to be just as confused ...
quotations quotes punctuation 0 votes, asked Feb 26 by Sabrina Ordoyne
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