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"will be donated"
Why is it improper to say that the money raised will be donated. The money is not raised yet. It ...
0 votes, asked Jun 15 '11 by Diane
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How should I write these two sentences?
Immediately, everyone is required to use "My Ess" for time off. In addition, please continue to send the managers emails ...
0 votes, asked Jun 15 '11 by Nilda Taliaferro
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A problem with articles
Should the noun "Slavs" in the following sentence: "According to historical data, even at the beginning of the Middle age ...
0 votes, asked Jun 15 '11 by Jelena
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Everyone I've asked has a different take on which word is correct.
Here are two examples of sentences : If I were you, I would have paid that bill before the due ...
0 votes, asked Jun 15 '11 by Nancy Erhardt
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can this be re-written with the same meaning
Thus, searching for the answers using a nine-step system to explain the situation, identify the key players, the key challenges, ...
0 votes, asked Jun 15 '11 by Shirley
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Why didn't he use "another" instead of "two"?
"Two cheers for democracy: one because it admits variety and two because it permits criticism." (E. M. Foster) Why not ...
0 votes, edited Jun 15 '11 by coraliecinq
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Can you explain that better?
I've seen the following in my grammar. It was in a weather vocabulary section. Can you explain that better? I ...
0 votes, edited Jun 14 '11 by coraliecinq
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Are these structures acceptable?
These two sentences were in my grammar, in an explanation about how to write predictions: "The number of people using ...
0 votes, edited Aug 06 '11 by coraliecinq
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What's the correct pronunciation for "Lima"?
What's the correct pronunciation for "Lima" (capital of Peru)? Is the i pronunciated as in wise and price or as ...
0 votes, edited Jun 14 '11 by coraliecinq
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I NEED A HELP
I would like to complen about YESLOAN. I have applyed for a lone about four month ago to YESLOAN. I ...
0 votes, asked Jun 14 '11 by Alice Franco
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grammer
I have problem to use (have been and has been ) in my sentences. Please give me some example and ...
0 votes, asked Jun 14 '11 by noushin
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those this agree with each other
Feminism believe that society is been dominated by men and they give this a name called “Patriarchy”. This set of ...
0 votes, asked Jun 13 '11 by ken hawk
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comma
should there be a comma after school? See example: I let someone's hurtful words influence my decision to drop out ...
0 votes, asked Jun 13 '11 by Latisha
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Punctuating one word dialogue?
Do you use a comma or a period after a single word quote? See example: Jane waved the security guards ...
0 votes, asked Jun 13 '11 by Todd Newsome
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passive voice
How can this be changed to an active voice? See example: A 3-day course was given to the first 10 ...
0 votes, asked Jun 13 '11 by laura cox
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corrections
The grammer corrections missed a few things. See example: The accuracy guarantee that was implement in August has dramatically increased ...
0 votes, asked Jun 13 '11 by Bernice Sipes
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find grammer mistakes
is a standard language of identifying, designing, building, and documenting the objects of software systems, business modeling and other non-software ...
+1 vote, asked Jun 13 '11 by sanawew
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passive voice
What should I use instead of 'is related'? See example: Education is related to better patient outcomes and is particularly ...
0 votes, asked Jun 13 '11 by laura cox
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please help with how this should be stated to be gramatically correct
is under senetence structure See example: From the First Nations Traditions, come ways of prayer and a spiritual awareness that ...
0 votes, asked Jun 12 '11 by Stacey Sousa
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food descriptions on a menu
would I capitalize mexican when refering to mexican food? See example: We proudly prepare our salsas, sauces and guacamole using ...
0 votes, asked Jun 12 '11 by Jose A Guadarrama
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when it comes to describing foods or ingredients like "mexican spices, mexican chocolate, french f
My question is whether I have to capitalize mexican, french, colorado, and of the sort when we are describing foods ...
0 votes, asked Jun 12 '11 by Jose A Guadarrama
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Tense problems.
It says: The subject of your sentence, “"I'll”, is a singular or uncountable noun, and does not agree with the ...
0 votes, asked Jun 12 '11 by Jerry
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faulty parallelism
How can i make this sentence grammatically correct? See example: The book took nearly 100 years to translate to English ...
0 votes, asked Jun 12 '11 by alexis Hellman
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wht is wrong with this sentence?
Narcissus saw his reflection in a pond and falls in love with himself. He suffers the same pain that caused ...
0 votes, asked Jun 12 '11 by Oscar W Revilla
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Need Help
CAn hyou tell me what is wrong See example: Advantureis something I don't have much of it at work, so ...
0 votes, asked Jun 12 '11 by bhavik
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please help me
I don't know what is worng See example: Later in the play, when "Tom: He[gentleman caller] is coming tomorrow and ...
0 votes, asked Jun 12 '11 by bhavik
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Need help
I can't figure out what is wrong with this statement See example: Later in the play, when "Tom: He[gentleman caller] ...
0 votes, asked Jun 12 '11 by bhavik
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For a literature reveiw, using APA formate; is this the proper way to use the citations?
this is a literature review, using APA formate, is this the way to use multiple citations? See example: During the ...
0 votes, asked Jun 12 '11 by laura cox
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Phrasal verbs
In your grammarly handbook's intro to Phrasal verbs, you say "Phrasal Verb and Idioms.... It’s like cooking: combine flour and ...
0 votes, edited Jun 12 '11 by Gabedude
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Lady Macbeth's mental disorders are evidences of her failure to suppress conscience, which eventuall
Lady Macbeth's mental disorders are evidences of her failure to suppress conscience, which eventually, ends her tragic life by committing ...
+1 vote, asked Jun 12 '11 by linda
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