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Very or too
Please help, which one is correct: "My friends are very busy" or "My friends are too busy" "but never very ...
0 votes, edited Oct 10 '11 by Henrique M Gontijo
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The use of If and whether
which one is it correct to use: check on: if/whether the device is connected plugged; if /whether the patient is ...
0 votes, asked Oct 10 '11 by MARIAMELIA
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Wordiness
I'm really not sure how to make it less wordy and still get my point across. Help please? See example: ...
0 votes, asked Oct 10 '11 by Bridgette Thurman
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what is gramatically correct answer for this sentence.
Verified that the system was not allowing to enter more procedures.
0 votes, asked Oct 10 '11 by shubha
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I don't know this sentence what wrong? please help!
I told that I was also going to join the committee next time and she was very happier about that.
0 votes, asked Oct 10 '11 by esther yeung
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Simple present tense
How to use simple present tense talking to the future
0 votes, asked Oct 10 '11 by esther yeung
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Paul's weblog
I went to the school fair last saturday. It starts at nine o'clock and finishng at six o'clock. I had ...
0 votes, asked Oct 10 '11 by esther yeung
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how may i correct this paragraph
i would like to correct this whole paragrapgh how may i do that See example: Also in my opinion if ...
0 votes, asked Oct 10 '11 by leandro da silva
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rewording the following sentense
I know the following sentice is incorrect. Does anyone have any suggestions on how to restructure? See example: This could ...
0 votes, asked Oct 10 '11 by Tammy Mcpherson
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checck grammer ,spelling and punctuation
I like when prudance took her decision bravely. Ithink it was very strong decision especially in tht time In 19th ...
0 votes, asked Oct 09 '11 by magda
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What is wrong with this sentence structure?
Would someone please tell me, in detailed technical terms, what's wrong with the following sentence? An apple is a fruit ...
0 votes, asked Oct 09 '11 by tblatherton
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Start of sentence
Please let me know whether the opening of this sentence is gramatically correct. Thanks. See example: His mother having been ...
0 votes, asked Oct 09 '11 by Walter Anastazievsky
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away
what should I use? See example: I have learned and decided to suit up and show up and not run ...
0 votes, asked Oct 09 '11 by Krystal R. Singleton
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Speaking in fluent English
How can I speak in fluent English? What is the first step?
0 votes, asked Oct 09 '11 by cecille
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my senteses
is it correct sentense:i suggested we went early in morning.? See example: We have decided to take a picnic with ...
0 votes, asked Oct 09 '11 by Nahid Ghorcheian
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finding the answer
If you rearrange the letters "MANGERY" you would have the name of a: Ocean Country State City Animal
0 votes, asked Oct 09 '11 by vinimol c.v.
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finding the missing word
Which two words from below would correctly complete this sentence (in order): Mary ran ____ to the gate to _____ ...
0 votes, asked Oct 09 '11 by vinimol c.v.
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finding the missing word
Which phrase best completes the following sentence? _____ you outside the hotel in half an hour, ok? I meet I'll ...
0 votes, asked Oct 09 '11 by vinimol c.v.
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finding the missing word
.Which words can be used to complete these sentences: 1. Mary _____ Japanese very well. 2. I don't often _____ ...
0 votes, asked Oct 09 '11 by vinimol c.v.
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finding the missing word
Which two phrases best complete the following: The letter _____ a week ago and it _____ yesterday. was being posted, ...
0 votes, asked Oct 09 '11 by vinimol c.v.
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finding the missing word
Which phrase best completes the following conversation? 'I need some money'. 'Ok, _____ you some'. I'm lending I have lend ...
0 votes, asked Oct 09 '11 by vinimol c.v.
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finding the missing word
What is the missing word in this sentence: The science writer ______ us that many past predictions have been wrong. ...
0 votes, asked Oct 09 '11 by vinimol c.v.
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What is the missing word in this paragraph: Dear Mr Sunil, I am not sure if we should proceed with t
What is the missing word in this paragraph: Dear Mr Sunil, I am not sure if we should proceed with ...
0 votes, edited Oct 09 '11 by vinimol c.v.
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Two " in " in a complex sentence
"A solution is a liquid in which the active ingredients are completely dissolve in a liquid vehicle. " this sentence ...
0 votes, edited Oct 09 '11 by JunweiZheng
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Punction correction
I am not sure why this statement is not grammatically correct. See example: My moral values are based not on ...
-1 votes, asked Oct 09 '11 by Alma Wilson
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modifier
Wher shoul I put the modifier "through all his life"? See example: One of the characters of the novel struggles ...
0 votes, asked Oct 08 '11 by Iryna Vuy
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Word choice
What is the difference between finally, at last, after all, in the end.
0 votes, asked Oct 08 '11 by susanna
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Gardeners Circle of Life
0 votes, asked Oct 08 '11 by Sue Allen
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Information Question
How can I ask a question to get the underlined word as the answer? This is my third lesson.
0 votes, asked Oct 08 '11 by Z. A. Jazley
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punctuation within a sentence
This skill will be useful in my work place, and actually enable me to interact with my workmates, without any ...
0 votes, asked Oct 08 '11 by lesley
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