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present simple for general fact
Dear sir, I want to know why the Author RONALD CARTER is used the word "when" in his English Grammar ...
0 votes, asked May 23 by sridhar
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about noun
Is ringing a concrete noun?
+1 vote, asked May 23 by shilpa
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"Why are you" or "why you are"
Hi, I would like to ask, for example, if someone has bought something from eBay and resell it in a ...
question why 0 votes, asked May 23 by Osul
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in my current role, i can demonstrate this by
I am writing a selection criteria where i need to demonstrate my abilities , how can i reword this so ...
rewording grammer Sentence Structure +1 vote, asked May 23 by larissa
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Please guide me how to use an expression in this particular scenario?
Lets suppose you are having a very bad day .you got fined,you lost your wallet ,your car broke.when you get ...
+1 vote, asked May 23 by ahmed
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Use of 'are'.
Sometimes the same words used separately, and the meaning is entirely different than if the words are hyphenated. Where is ...
auxiliary verb 0 votes, asked May 23 by Deep
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Definition of 'is to'.
He is to do it. What does is to mean? Is it the same as to intend to? What is ...
is to +1 vote, asked May 23 by Deep
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Servicing vs serving
I frequently see agencies advertising their servicies to clients,which are usually within a certain niche of industry, using the verb ...
Usage +1 vote, asked May 23 by Alessandra Lowery
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Grammarly disappeared from my computer
My computer recently made some updates and Grammarly completely disappeared. How do I get it back onto my computer? I ...
0 votes, asked May 23 by Sondra Smith
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Which versus who
Which is proper: "the board of directors, which promptly fired the CEO" or "the board of directors, who promptly fired ...
which who 0 votes, asked May 23 by Mary Wladkowski
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What is the difference in saying I will talk to you or I will talk with you
Is there a difference in saying I will talk to you or I will talk with you
0 votes, asked May 22 by Barbara Bowman
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The old who/whom debate
Which is correct in this instance: Whom could be the winner? or Who could be the winner?
whom who 0 votes, asked May 22 by Michael Stevens
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removing changes
Firstly I have a Mac. I recently uploded my document from MSWord to Grammarly. After accepting the suggested changes I ...
removing tracked changes 0 votes, asked May 22 by Garry Firth
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About sentence structure
Hello. My question is about the way you would correctly write this sentence: "He told her to study, and study ...
+1 vote, asked May 22 by Jonathan
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Usage of verb "Promise"
Hello, I was wondering if this usage of 'Promise' is right ; He promised me to buy some food. (?) ...
+1 vote, asked May 22 by Oodo
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which verb is correct ?The trainees or the foreman (is, are) here
Kindly please guide me. Thank you
0 votes, asked May 22 by mohamed elnemr
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parts of speech
Find the parts of speech of HUMAN in the following sentence and explain why. it is a sound emanated from ...
parts of speech 0 votes, asked May 22 by CHANDANA JUTTU
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article
raghu saw --- yellow umbrella
0 votes, asked May 22 by vardhan
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Aritlce
Do we have class on Monday, or is Monday a holiday? Do we have a class on Monday or Is ...
Articles grammar +1 vote, asked May 22 by kevin
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present progressive vs. present perfect progressive
In Grammar in Use-Intermediate, there is an exercise like this: A: Is John on holiday this week? B: No, he ...
0 votes, asked May 22 by Becky Hong
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confusion about a sentence
imagine sir if someboday has torn up my page. and i have to complaint about this matter then what should ...
+1 vote, asked May 22 by AP SinGh
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What kind of part of speech is "as little as"?
What kind of part of speech is "as little as" in this sentence? Adjective? adverb? "We may do this on ...
comparison part speech 0 votes, asked May 22 by Dang Nguyen
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Subject/Verb Agreement
What is the proper verb in the following sentence? I'm glad to see that one of my EAOs take/takes taskers ...
0 votes, asked May 21 by Benjamin Bourcy
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Which one is right she had beem.opersted yesterday or she has been operated yesterday.
Which one is right she had been operated yesterday or she has been operated yesterday?
english grammer 0 votes, asked May 21 by abhishek sangwan
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find the mistake
i needn't but this furniture yesterday it was really unnecessary
0 votes, asked May 21 by Nader Fòad
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grammer for an advertising slogan
Which is correct for a Restaurant tag line- "People who know food...know the difference" or "people that know food, know ...
0 votes, asked May 21 by Kathy Svilar
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make it possessive pronoun
Mr Petra owns this car car
0 votes, asked May 21 by Pooja banga
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Conjunctive adverbs.
How are conjunctive adverbs adverbs? Adverbs modifies adjectives, verbs and other adverbs, don't they? Then how does however, thus or ...
Conjunction Adverb +1 vote, asked May 21 by Deep
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Can a Prepositional Phrase be a Direct Object?
Can a prepositional phrase be a direct object? Are there times when it can be and times when it cannot?
0 votes, asked May 21 by Annie Yang
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"Behold, this stone shall be a witness against us, for it has heard all the words..." Joshua 24:27a
How do you determine if something is an example of personification or, rather, anthropomorphism?
0 votes, asked May 21 by Jena
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