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pronoun
how we will write I You and He. 1. I, You and He OR 2. You , He and I ...
0 votes, asked Aug 25 by sabasabir
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Operation/Operations
The operation/operations of devices A and B will hereinafter be discribed. According to a dictionary, "operation" to mean the following ...
0 votes, asked Aug 25 by Tomohiko
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part of speech
What part of speech is "rather" in the following sentence? I would rather be here than there.
rather 0 votes, asked Aug 25 by Debbie
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A or An
Should we say "a school" or "an school" and why?
school 0 votes, asked Aug 25 by Hamed Narimani
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Grammer about the word awnser
Awnser or answer??
0 votes, asked Aug 25 by Denied
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translation into english
kdr ja rhy ho
-1 votes, asked Aug 25 by Wasim Manghat
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do you say between you and I or you and me
Do you say "this is between you and me or you and I ?"
0 votes, asked Aug 25 by Suzanne Gignilliat
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Please Define: "As many as"
Please Define: "As many as" My daughter was given the following math problem. "10 times as many as 9 equals ...
define Phrase 0 votes, asked Aug 25 by Ken
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Am I using commas and semicolons correctly in the following sentence?
To me, however, it marks a pivotal moment for not only john, but for myself as well; it marks our ...
0 votes, asked Aug 24 by Casey Cochran
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What is the verb and what part of speech is "to"
What is the verb? What part of speech is "to" in the following sentence: Mom had to combine foods for ...
0 votes, asked Aug 24 by Ms. Lloyd
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"to the wall!"
My daughter always likes to run through the corridor in the building.I always have to say words to her not ...
wall 0 votes, asked Aug 24 by jun
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yes! this camera is functioning.
0 votes, asked Aug 24 by Sneha Nitiz William
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reflecting on (or upon) spirituality?
reflecting on/upon something
0 votes, asked Aug 24 by Elize Steenberg
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Adjectives, nouns and nationality
Hi, everyone, Are the following sentences correct? And are the (parts of speech) correct? 1. "I'm an optimist." (noun) 2. ...
0 votes, asked Aug 24 by Watermelon
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How might the following situations be handled
1. A hunsband and wife are having argument. Each claims the other never tries to understand him/her. 2. You are ...
-1 votes, asked Aug 24 by Asbrock Franky
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Grammar, simple present
"Features like hands-off allow the user to ... " OR "features like hands-off allows the user to ..."
grammar simplepresent subject 0 votes, asked Aug 23 by Naram Muhesen
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active to passive
• Some cars have engine covers you'll have to remove to see the spark plug wires, tracing them back to ...
0 votes, asked Aug 23 by amira
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was and were
please tell me the clear examples of was and were
0 votes, asked Aug 23 by sahasra
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Change the sentence into present prefect tense
The improved models found eager buyers
0 votes, asked Aug 23 by Singh Aniket
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grammar
pick out any five parts of the speech from the given sentence and label them. grill marks are either painted ...
-2 votes, asked Aug 23 by akash
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Usage
Though Stephen does not turn up to Coketown yet Rachael's confidence is Stephen's integrity and honesty does not have shaken. ...
0 votes, asked Aug 23 by Sanjay
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the Present Continuous
Hello there! Is the sentence "The population of the world is increasing every year" grammatically correct? Is it correct to ...
tenses presentcontinuous 0 votes, asked Aug 23 by Abdul Quadir
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Use of the word Mathematics
I'm taking a test in a few months called Mathematics Knowledge. The test also includes two subtests on English. The ...
mathematics math mathematical knowledge 0 votes, asked Aug 23 by Bob
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Grammar and word choice
I have been beginning to hear the phrase "at the weekend" more frequently than the phrase "on the weekend." It ...
weekend Word-choice 0 votes, asked Aug 22 by Christopher Todd
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kindly do the needful and oblige
What is so wrong about this commercial phrase ?
0 votes, asked Aug 22 by Ricardo Rodrigues
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Would is to will as.
should is to shall. or may is to might. and why? any explain for that please
would 0 votes, asked Aug 22 by Hussain AL-Ghawi
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How many different ways can questions be phrased?
are they only 12 or no limit
question Phrase 0 votes, asked Aug 22 by Hussain AL-Ghawi
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Proper puncuation for 'boy has'.
"The boys still got game." or "The boy's still got game." Talking about one boy.
0 votes, asked Aug 22 by Randwill
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the usage of "yet"
I heard this sentence from a non-native English speaker: "I have seen the church yet." And I got confused... What ...
0 votes, asked Aug 22 by yumdys
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Dear Treec!
Dear Treec, will you please stop posting this joke and pun stuff?! -__________- It's annoying. It's harder to find 'actual' ...
+2 votes, edited Aug 22 by Deep
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