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verbal tense
1.When I translate minutes of a meeting, what is the verbal tense I have to use in? 2. In the ...
0 votes, asked Jan 17 '12 by Nedyalka
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Please help to correct the grammar
to enhance the core competativeness of Thai enterpreneurs by keeping pace with the competition in a global scale. See example: ...
0 votes, asked Jan 17 '12 by daniel w h go
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CRAP!!
now i can't even submit a request. Why does it say I am logged in so log in? What the ...
0 votes, asked Jan 17 '12 by crs
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weird text format
what is this wierd text that keeps popping up when I scan my work? It makes it scann results for ...
0 votes, asked Jan 17 '12 by crs
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What part of speach is the word "border" in this sentence?
What part of speach is the word "border" in this sentence: The Sudetenland was the land near the border of ...
0 votes, asked Jan 17 '12 by Anita
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what is the best corrected word to replaced stay/distinct?
Over time, as different immigrant groups come to America they do the best they can to stay distinct and resist ...
0 votes, asked Jan 17 '12 by Sherril Jones
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in exchange of or in exchange for
Please which should be correct or both correct? In exchange of or in exchange for
0 votes, asked Jan 17 '12 by Jenny Lee
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Articles
Do you use the article a or an before the word "historian"?
0 votes, asked Jan 17 '12 by Chehh
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Pretty much using the same idea for keeping people connected and staying involved with activity such
how to correct this properly See example: Pretty much using the same idea for keeping people connected and staying involved ...
0 votes, asked Jan 17 '12 by Brandon
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What is wrong with those sentences?
I typed all of the three sentences in Grammarly to check them out so I can pick up the right ...
0 votes, asked Jan 17 '12 by Bin
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grammar rule
Many people today say: "Me and my friend . . ." Me and Joe . . ." "Me and Sue ...
0 votes, asked Jan 17 '12 by Connie Basler
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When to use I instead of me.
This is the sentence: "Dan stayed with me and Julie during the show." Or should it be: "Dan stayed with ...
0 votes, asked Jan 16 '12 by Rachel Kelly
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synoniem
i wunder whether i can replace this word (s) flavour enhancers by other synoniems ?? See example: Teachers can also ...
0 votes, asked Jan 16 '12 by nasim
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Correct Grammar mistake
Ya Thai Chemical: The subsidiary company of Ya Chung Group, Taiwan. With more than twenty years of professional management and ...
-1 votes, asked Jan 16 '12 by daniel w h go
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In abundance
Grammarly says "in abundance" is wrong, but I think it is correct. What do you guys think? See example: Firstly, ...
0 votes, asked Jan 15 '12 by Ashan
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what tense is this sentence?
it is released into the wild where it is monitored 24 hrs a day.
0 votes, asked Jan 15 '12 by sharon harris
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How can I rewite this?
I need to rewrite this in a less confusing way See example: The White House, The Washington Monument, and Lincoln's ...
0 votes, asked Jan 15 '12 by gabriela pantoja
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Punctuation question
How should I punctuate this sentence? Thanks! I incessantly encouraged my staff to ask “why”
0 votes, asked Jan 15 '12 by Kmack
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One supply factors I found was farm workers hand picking tomatoes.
how do i fix that? See example: One supply factors I found was farm workers hand picking tomatoes.
0 votes, asked Jan 14 '12 by mohamed
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Want to fix this sentence
The flow trends of MSM from South-west region with the highest HIV prevalence implicates more serious epidemic situation to provinces ...
0 votes, asked Jan 14 '12 by Stephen McGILL
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use of gerund after the verb commit
The company is committed to providing excellent service. versus The company is committed to provide excellent service. Which is correct ...
0 votes, asked Jan 14 '12 by Anne C
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"IN" or "TO" ??
"Please find my resume attached IN this email" VS "Please find my resume attached TO this email" (suggested by grammarly) ...
0 votes, asked Jan 14 '12 by rich kid
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"Due to" or "Due for"?
Hi, could you please explain what is the difference between "due to" and "due for"? Why my preposition is wrong? ...
0 votes, asked Jan 14 '12 by Alena
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Conjunctive Adverbs
What is Conjunctive Adverbs? How to use conjuctive adverbs? kindly describ by examples
0 votes, asked Jan 14 '12 by samp
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subject verb agreement
what do you consider subject of sentence to be? says plural "were" doesn't agree with singular subject. See example: Responsible ...
0 votes, asked Jan 14 '12 by tammy
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inquiry
Without transmitting any formal knowledge to students, the teachers have neglected their duties and responsibilities. What's wrong of this sentence? ...
0 votes, asked Jan 13 '12 by Melody
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inquiry
In order for ESL/EFL teachers to consistently present grammar as serving some higher-order objective. Is there any errors about this ...
0 votes, asked Jan 13 '12 by Melody
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Examples of the use of 'Patrician' to describe a nose or bearing
I used, "My Patrician, aquiline nose..." is the use of 'Patrician' to describe a visage or bearing inapt ?
0 votes, asked Jan 13 '12 by Bijay Nanda
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Examples of the use of 'Patrician' to describe a nose or bearing
I used, "My Patrician, aquiline nose..." is the use of 'Patrician' to describe a visage or bearing inapt ?
0 votes, asked Jan 13 '12 by Bijay Nanda
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home and room
Hello!Excuse me. What I want to present is 'home' , not a room I rent. So I do not know ...
0 votes, asked Jan 13 '12 by Thomas Huang
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