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how can i corricte this sentinces
If it was abolished the death penalty and let all criminals go unpunished would be very easy to commit the ...
0 votes, asked Jun 26 '12 by hatem
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Several to's in a sentence. Is it correct?
I will be able to read, to understand, and to learn another language.
0 votes, asked Jun 26 '12 by Lisa
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how can i rephrase this sentence?
according to my english teacher this sentence just seems awkward so i need to rephrase it somehow either changing words ...
0 votes, asked Jun 26 '12 by erica
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Help
Would you please help me to revise the statement. See example: If it was more than 3 months and if ...
0 votes, asked Jun 26 '12 by diane
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What is the right way to higlight a word?
I realise many people use different way for highlighting a word; are they all acceptable in formal writing? Example: We ...
0 votes, asked Jun 26 '12 by Elijah
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Verb agreement
I do not see the error. Please help. See example: Gabriela stated that her elder sister helps her with homework, ...
0 votes, asked Jun 26 '12 by Pilar Mercedes
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grammer correction
is this sentence is correct? The number of working hours per week is 40. if no how can i rewrit ...
0 votes, asked Jun 26 '12 by renchumol
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conditional sentence and verb tense
Can I get some input on how to correct this sentence with conditional using like then as if and I ...
0 votes, asked Jun 26 '12 by Brian cline
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Verb use
Not sure why this may be wrong verb use or how to rewrite. Thanks See example: Grandma's gone to be ...
0 votes, asked Jun 26 '12 by Brian cline
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confusing modifier and split modifier
Need some help on redoing this sentence that has two issues. Thanks for your help See example: But, that day, ...
0 votes, asked Jun 26 '12 by Brian cline
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Is this right or not grammatically?
I am going to buy either some nice shoes or a bag next month. I think the word 'either' are ...
0 votes, asked Jun 26 '12 by gavotte78
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is eagerly word an adjective or adverb?
The students were looking at the notices eagerly. what are the words of adjective and adverbs?
0 votes, asked Jun 26 '12 by Sangeeta Mary Hembrom
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How do I write this sentence correctly?
President Bush and his appointed officials knew the only way to justify invading both Afghanistan and Iraq would be if ...
0 votes, asked Jun 25 '12 by Michael Camelo
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semi colon and colon use
A man chooses: a slave obeys See example: a man chooses: a slave obeys.
0 votes, asked Jun 25 '12 by peter Kariuki
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The right to food
Having the right to food and from hunger and access at all times to adequate nutritious food or the means ...
0 votes, asked Jun 25 '12 by Der Yang
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Violating of the rights to life and bring responsible to justice
To put this in another way, everyone has the right to life that can violate in a variety of ways. ...
0 votes, asked Jun 25 '12 by Der Yang
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political rights
To conclude, political rights participate is one type of human rights. See example: To conclude, political participation is one type ...
0 votes, asked Jun 25 '12 by Der Yang
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Question for the specific answer
Hi Any one can help to get the question for the below answer " Obama is the XX th precident ...
0 votes, asked Jun 25 '12 by saji
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how to correct passive voice
The medical field are included atonomy, beneficence, and justice applied in publiv and private health ethics. See example: The fundamental ...
0 votes, asked Jun 25 '12 by Nhan
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Can all subordinating conjunction be included at the beginning of a sentence?
I know we can start a sentence with a subordinating conjunction, e.g., Unless Christine finishes her calculus homework, she will ...
0 votes, asked Jun 25 '12 by Elijah
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Is a comma always required for a sentence with a subordinate clause ?
I search through the web and found out that a comma is required before the main clause if the subordinate ...
+1 vote, edited Jun 25 '12 by Elijah
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Pronunciation
Recently, I got to know that letter 'p' along with 8 others i.e. b, t, d, k, g, tS as ...
Pronunciation 0 votes, edited Jun 26 '12 by Rahul Gupta
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How do I word this sentence correctly ?
This should never be used as a reason, to ot properly inform, patients of their rights to courteous healthcare. See ...
0 votes, asked Jun 25 '12 by Natasha
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give me a suggestion
how to fix this sentence See example: Currently, the oil companies have caused over two million gallons of oil to ...
0 votes, asked Jun 25 '12 by chalita
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what is wrong with this sentance
In writing this sentance I did not find anything wrong how can I rewrite it so it's right. See example: ...
0 votes, asked Jun 25 '12 by Teresa Bookout
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Is this a correct sentence, if wrong please correct someone. Thanks in advance
"I have enclosed the June month report. For your information, At present we don't have monthly or datewise filter option. ...
0 votes, asked Jun 25 '12 by Srika
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Please check this sentence!
No neuronal shrinkage is available, and vesicular nuclei are seen in the neurons. See example: No neuronal shrinkage is available, ...
0 votes, asked Jun 24 '12 by Saif Ahmad
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Spelling
Everytime I use the words barn or cot, Grammarly is saying that they are misspelled!!! These words not in Grammerly's ...
0 votes, asked Jun 24 '12 by Jerry Cruser
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Punctuation of the following sentence
The next question to ask is, "Is causation relevant to the analogy?"
0 votes, asked Jun 24 '12 by Andrea
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historical present tense
She has to carefully plan and write out all of her ideas in order to examine them and choose the ...
0 votes, asked Jun 24 '12 by Haley
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