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Idioms
Are idioms surrounded by quotes?
0 votes, asked Jul 13 by Rev. Alicia Victoria Montague
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noun phrases
I wonder if we say "my son is 1 years old" or "my son is one year old". Could you ...
0 votes, asked Jul 13 by Ngoc Dang
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preoposition
roger came ___ a pitiful sight last sunday.
0 votes, asked Jul 13 by shraddha
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Use of 'that' in the beginning of a sentence
Dear Grammarly, Please advise if the following sentence is grammaratically correct: "That it is best to slow down." ---------------- Can ...
0 votes, asked Jul 13 by ruyue
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Position of Adverb in Sentences
Which sentence has correct position of adverbs? [Adverbs are mentioned in Italics] Set 1 "Will he be still there?" or, ...
0 votes, asked Jul 12 by Aryan Andaleeb Azim
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English
Which one of the following is correct? i)"she got disturbed by his knock" or ii)"she got disturbed by his knocks" ...
0 votes, asked Jul 12 by Raktim Phukan
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punctuation
In a summary highlighting an award described as President's Award. Is it proper to not 14 President's awards? thanks,
0 votes, asked Jul 12 by andy
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Word order
The question is - why is this sentence "I don't know what is his job" incorrect? I know that 'is' ...
0 votes, asked Jul 12 by Kazzaire
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pronouns
If some asks, Who is next?" Should you answer "he" or "him.m. Please explain.
subject or object pronouns 0 votes, asked Jul 11 by stacey jones
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i felt a quench in my mouth
Can you even feel a quench in your mouth. Where can you feel a quench?
0 votes, asked Jul 11 by katherine chua
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grammar
1. If you ..... her ,although I know she is on holiday , tell her to come to the party. ...
0 votes, asked Jul 11 by melinda
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There were never enough rooms for everyone to have one to themselves.
everyone to have one to themselves or everyone to have one to oneself? which is right?
0 votes, asked Jul 11 by Amshan Kumar
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find error
I have a problem in my mind and i also have its solution on my mind.
-1 votes, asked Jul 11 by ankur
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for example or for instance
What's the difference between 'for instance' and 'for example'? Are they different in the usage? Thanks in advance
Phrase grammar 0 votes, asked Jul 10 by steven
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determiners
is relative clause beginning with whose and the interrogative determiner with whose one and the same thing?
0 votes, asked Jul 10 by sharky
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Is it correct to say?
Just wants to see you when you comes to office today.
0 votes, asked Jul 10 by suresh babu
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referring to the title of a book
When writing the title of a book in a sentence, do I put it in quotes, or just capitalize it?
0 votes, asked Jul 10 by Kiki Bernhard
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explanation vs. explain
Why does explain has an i after the a and explanation doesn't?
0 votes, asked Jul 09 by Uriel Salomon
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The past tense
In the statement, "It's time you did your homework," why is the past tense used? Why isn't it, "It's time ...
past tense 0 votes, asked Jul 09 by Elaine Johnson
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Infinitive Phrase
"The clothing is going to tear." How is "to tear" acting in that sentence?
0 votes, asked Jul 08 by Jack Morais
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Phrases is a sentences
What are the phrases in the sentences below (Prepositional, infinitive, or participial)are used has adjectives and what word is being ...
Infinitive Preoposition participial adjectives 0 votes, asked Jul 08 by Stacy Parkman-Smith
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Capitalization for USA inferred to reader
Recently my boss deducted points on my work for the following sentence: This patient is here visiting her relatives in ...
+1 vote, asked Jul 08 by Kristin Ricker
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Using the word purpose in a sentence.
Is it grammatically correct to write as a sentence: He has purpose or We have purpose Do you have to ...
0 votes, asked Jul 08 by bizgirl100
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find the grammatical errors
He lives in India but at present he is living in China. I have a problem in my mind and ...
0 votes, asked Jul 08 by ankur
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Proper wording for an audience clapping in the present tense
How do I describe an audience clapping in the present tense? "the studio audience applauses and screams" or "the studio ...
0 votes, asked Jul 08 by Donald Richardson
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usage verbs
what is the future progressive tense of the word photograph
0 votes, asked Jul 08 by adam walker
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Hyphen and Mafia
if someone is mafia obsessed.. can that be one word hyphenated 'mafia-obsessed'? or is it two words
hyphenated hyphens hyphen 0 votes, asked Jul 08 by Sam Young
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grammatical mistake
it is really very inspiring when someone like you sharing my thoughts. once upon a time i was a great ...
0 votes, asked Jul 08 by ashraful
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exception to the sequence of tenses
"My parents wanted me to but a Poodle, but I got Chihuahua because it had big and beautiful eyes." In ...
0 votes, asked Jul 08 by So Young Kim
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grammar
what is the differece between effects and affects
0 votes, asked Jul 08 by bushra tabassum
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