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Who vs. Whom
"(Who/Whom) are you going to interview?" Which pronoun is correct and why?
0 votes, asked Jul 04 by John
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REvise my sentence please.
Estimate a significant time frame for each assignment, reading, studying, writing a paper or project.
-1 votes, asked Jul 04 by latelle
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what is best to use would or could
what will i use would or could in this sentence.i believe miracles do exist could /would you make one by ...
0 votes, asked Jul 03 by aalyssa 342
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Comma before but
Hopefully this isn't a repeat...I just posted and it doesn't seem to have saved. Is the following proper with a ...
0 votes, asked Jul 03 by LB
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adverbs
insert the adverbs in the brackets in the correct place and rewrite the following sentences. 1. He has money to ...
-1 votes, asked Jul 03 by rhithika
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grammar
Which is correct: generations that lived or generations who lived
+1 vote, asked Jul 03 by Ragin Cajun
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Correct my punctuation
Scariest thing in the world when you see a spider, leave the room, come back & it's gone
0 votes, asked Jul 03 by Mary
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Is it OK to use "but?"
The woman was surprised at Jesus’ request, for Jews did not associate with Samaritans or speak to women in public. ...
0 votes, asked Jul 03 by Susan
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Should I use "currently" living with a man...?
Jesus knew about the woman’s checkered past – that she had been married five times and was living with a ...
0 votes, asked Jul 03 by Susan
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Me or My
In this sentence: My throat is tense and painful from the force of my keeping everything in check. should it ...
Me My -1 votes, asked Jul 02 by Robin
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Refund.......
How can you take money out of my account if I have cancelled. In fact I cancelled right after I ...
-1 votes, asked Jul 02 by Lou Ann Vernon
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daily
today I am sending to you is correct I am sending today is correct I have been sending today is ...
0 votes, asked Jul 02 by Shivani Sharma
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The word "demographics"
The dictionary indicates "demographics" (n) should be used with a plural verb ("are" rather than "is"), but I have seen ...
0 votes, asked Jul 02 by Tammy
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1st sentence: grammarly says this is a squinting modifer. 2nd sentence: is "at noonday" OK?
Once, on His way to Galilee, He walked through Samaria and stopped at Jacob’s well to rest. There, at noonday, ...
0 votes, asked Jul 02 by Susan
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sentence correction
please back to the page no. 20
0 votes, asked Jul 01 by Md.Akid-Ul-hasan
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correct wording
Is Automation could provide consitent reliable work management written correctly? See example: Automation could provide consistent reliable work management.
0 votes, asked Jul 01 by Jackie wilson
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and I and me
Which is correct: Billy,did you go to school with Faye and I? OR Billy,did you go to school with Faye ...
and I or andme 0 votes, asked Jul 01 by BillLacy
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Past Perfect Simple VS VS Past Simple: suffer
Hello, What is the difference between the following sentences? Even if the difference is a small one, I would still ...
pastperfect pastsimple 0 votes, asked Jul 01 by Nawee
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check the sentence
and to be a part of our family
0 votes, asked Jul 01 by Benson Peter
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electricity
The failure of successive governments in Cairo to develop sound energy policies has discouraged foreign companies from tapping gas reserves ...
-1 votes, asked Jul 01 by mona saied
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Release-->Released vs. Get-->G???
Hello, I have a question that will ultimately be used for naming some technical operations in a computer program. I ...
0 votes, asked Jul 01 by Jack
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Moving from 'once' or 'has' to another 'has'
Dear Grammar people, I was wondering if you can move from a sentence such as 'they were once .... then ...
0 votes, asked Jun 30 by Daniel Oakes
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Has or have?
Which is correct here? "Some Legendary Gear have additional powers..." - has or have? Here "Legendary Gear" refers to a ...
0 votes, asked Jun 30 by Sez
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It's only me.
1) It is still raining. 2) It's only me. I have learned that"it" is a dummy pronoun or impersonal pronoun ...
+1 vote, edited Jun 30 by Hans
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adverbs with to be
In the sentence "We are so pleased for you" is "pleased" and adverb?
0 votes, asked Jun 30 by B Stone
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do you spell out 2 in beta 2 agonist
Should you spell out 2 in beta 2 agonist? I made 2 subscript but grammarly won't pass it. However, its ...
0 votes, asked Jun 29 by Jen Upton
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used to do sth vs be used to do sth
What is the difference between these two sentences:I used to be fatI was used to be fat.Can we use the ...
usedto 0 votes, asked Jun 29 by Amirhossein
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"Either" in a sentence
Hi! I have a question regarding the use of the adverb form of the word "either" in a sentence. For ...
either Sentence Usage Word 0 votes, asked Jun 29 by Lauren
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choose the best option to replace the braket part
If one begins to smoke at an early age, (it is likely that he will go on smoking further)
0 votes, asked Jun 29 by Ayesha Khanam Asha
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Proper use of hyphen
I work in a restaurant that makes its own mother stock that translates from Chinese to English as "old water". ...
hyphenation 0 votes, asked Jun 27 by Christilyn Williams
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