2 answers
i want to see the next sentence is true or not ?"Education is such an universally utilized idiom in the ...
0 votes, asked Sep 16 '12 by sama
1 answer
Help fix my run-on sentence
The importance of noticing the above warning signs and physical symptoms can save a loved one from hiding their pain, ...
grammar run on Sentence fix 0 votes, asked Sep 16 '12 by Mark Wilson
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However, after several years of not having any luck getting a full-time employment that would further my academic career in ...
0 votes, asked Sep 16 '12 by John Aluge
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Being in a position of authority to address public concerns has both positive and negative aspects See example: In critical ...
0 votes, asked Sep 15 '12 by Sera Dooley
0 answers
However, if the wrong decisions made, losing respect, collaboration and even the position as an authority are at stake. See ...
0 votes, asked Sep 15 '12 by Sera Dooley
5 answers
How to restructure this sentence
Any suggestions? See example: According to the AACN the average age of RNs right now is 55 and with retirement ...
+1 vote, asked Sep 15 '12 by Vicki Roland
1 answer
faulty parallelism
How to make correct this sentence? See example: The most common consumer durables since 1972 were television with almost a ...
0 votes, asked Sep 15 '12 by Patricia Cadena
3 answers
does these need to have closing puncitation?
What is wrong with the passage below? See example: According to Think American Government book, politics "is the process that ...
0 votes, asked Sep 15 '12 by Ashely Polce
1 answer
Please help
Please check the sentence below and let me know if I need to add a comma in front of the ...
0 votes, asked Sep 15 '12 by Jing Zhou
0 answers
Ask question to the given answer
Yes, I have a pink dress.
0 votes, asked Sep 15 '12 by mehrunnisa
1 answer
for learning
tell me the difference between the first and second chapters and the first and the second chapter
0 votes, asked Sep 15 '12 by SUJIT AHLAWAT
1 answer
"carry on" meaning to continue.
Correction says "on" should not occur at the end of the sentence. See example: The locker room's metal doors clattered ...
0 votes, asked Sep 15 '12 by Anthony Dennis Caeton
1 answer
why do you ask me to change a direct quote?
I thought direct quotes were not to be changed--you are suggesting that I change my quote. (Wouldn't it be great ...
0 votes, asked Sep 15 '12 by Diane Reuther
1 answer
how to reword See example: Scared, I pleaded with my eyes to my parents to take me away.
0 votes, asked Sep 14 '12 by Ronnie
1 answer
closing punctuation
What punctuation is missing from the following? "I guess you could say that."
0 votes, asked Sep 14 '12 by Mairhi
1 answer
what am i doing wrong here?
I placed the comma before and but there is still a punctuaion error. See example: All in all, the whole ...
0 votes, asked Sep 14 '12 by larissa
2 answers
revision of modyifying clauses
How should I rewrite this moddifying the clause? See example: Jan. 2nd, on a cold snowy night, after a tiring ...
0 votes, asked Sep 14 '12 by larissa
3 answers
British accent
is anyone here to tell me the rules of britsh accent ?
+1 vote, asked Sep 14 '12 by david
2 answers
The liberty vs liberty
What's the difference between the sentecnces 1 )Give me the liberty or give me the death. 2)Give me liberty or ...
0 votes, asked Sep 14 '12 by Devika Devika
1 answer
grammar and usage, spelling and punctuation
girl was one of the 150 passengers who were aboard the fateful plane that crashed while landing at the mangalore ...
-2 votes, asked Sep 14 '12 by mustafabakshi
2 answers
punctations at end of sentence
Why does grammarily say there is no punctuatation on these sentences? See example: It was just a damn dog, but ...
0 votes, asked Sep 14 '12 by Dollie Mason
1 answer
When using the word president in a sentence and you're not referring to a specific president, should it be capitalized? ...
0 votes, asked Sep 13 '12 by Karen Pugliese
1 answer
Commas around the word "combined."
Is the word "combined," used after a list, considered to be parenthetical? Example: Apples, oranges, and bananas, combined, form the ...
comma 0 votes, asked Sep 13 '12 by mysticete
1 answer
has to be correct grammar...
how is the word "come" incorrect? See example: I did not come from a good family.
0 votes, asked Sep 13 '12 by Richard Baird Jr
1 answer
I trod on mud
Hy everyone: The expression "I trod on mud" is being used to express the difficulties the character went through to ...
0 votes, asked Sep 13 '12 by Ricardo Chut
2 answers
Passive voice use
I would like to know what is passive voice, I noticed when I used grammarly that was one of my ...
0 votes, asked Sep 13 '12 by Adrian G Jones
1 answer
Text proof reading
Could you chec the following text: Dear guests! We continue to improve the quality of our services and to develop ...
0 votes, asked Sep 13 '12 by Janis Celmins
1 answer
Subject-verb agreement
Is this correct?: There was a knock at the door and a shuffle of feet.
0 votes, asked Sep 13 '12 by Lucinda Wolf
1 answer
Hey everyone, this says that barn is spelled incorrectly. Any idea why it would be saying that? See example: At ...
0 votes, asked Sep 13 '12 by Lauren Rausch
1 answer
Capitalize or not
ex: Dr. John Doe is the Chief of the Infectious Diseases Section. My questions are: Are the following all capitalized: ...
0 votes, asked Sep 13 '12 by Joy Stephenson
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