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"conservation" and "preservation"
1. Conservation of a building with heritage value 2. Preservation of a building with heritage value Which one is correct? ...
0 votes, asked Jul 25 '11 by CF LOK
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Teacher wrote that I needed a object source and I don't know what that is or why it is needed.
Capitalism is a word that most people are proud of.
0 votes, asked Jul 25 '11 by Tosha
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Grammar rule for using an article with the verb form: USE
Thanks for the quick response!!! However, it would be a great help if you could explain the grammar rule that ...
0 votes, asked Jul 25 '11 by Neeta
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What is the difference between "progress" and "progression"?
1. She expressed dissatisfaction with the slow progress of the project. 2. She expressed dissatisfaction with the slow progression of ...
0 votes, asked Jul 25 '11 by CF LOK
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Use of an article with the verb 'USE'
Which one is correct: 1. This quiz is on correct usage of Affect and Effect. OR This quiz is on ...
+1 vote, asked Jul 25 '11 by Neeta
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Are these sentences grammatically correct?
1. She is a better student than me. Incorrect- I think me should be I or I am because - ...
0 votes, asked Jul 25 '11 by Kurt
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Lost my Grammarly link
I lost my Grammarly link for WindowsXP. How can I get it back?
0 votes, asked Jul 24 '11 by bill oneill
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Subheading Grammar Rules
Could you please tell me if subheadings within articles should be followed by punctuation?
0 votes, asked Jul 24 '11 by Angie
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check out my sentence structure and puntuation,plagarism, and all that thing
Dear sir With due respect, I , Manas halder, completed MCA from Sikkim Manipal University in 2009. After complrting my ...
0 votes, asked Jul 24 '11 by Manas Halder
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use of "as well"
HOW SHOULD I EXPRESS PROPERLY( After captivated the curiosity of this millenium generation, the internet and satelliteTV keep doing their ...
0 votes, asked Jul 24 '11 by Luis Cesar Godoy
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Is there anything wrong?
I think It is quite clear but not sure. See example: The problem consists of a total number of 608 ...
0 votes, asked Jul 24 '11 by Ayla Gülcü
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i AM OUTSIDE PLZ I TALK TO U LATER
WHTS WRONG IN THE SENTENCE
0 votes, asked Jul 24 '11 by nagalaxmi
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Grammar
After being configured on the network, iDRAC6 can be accessed at its assigned IP address. Is this wrong: 'After being ...
0 votes, asked Jul 24 '11 by Neeta
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help
how would I shorten this sentence See example: In his 1960 book he identified five different types of alcoholism, and ...
0 votes, asked Jul 24 '11 by Jaccqulyn Thompson
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using an apostrope
Let's go to Spago in Beverly Hills? or Let's go to Spago's in Beverly Hills? See example: Spago's is also ...
0 votes, asked Jul 24 '11 by Maryann Ridini-Spencer
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expressive writing in psychology
How should I reword this sentence or should I take it out? See example: I know that if I get ...
0 votes, asked Jul 24 '11 by Cherina Moore
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Some of these sentences are grammatically correct, but most contain exactly one mistake. What is the
1. You shouldn’t drive because you’ve drank too much. 2. I’m going to buy a car. 3. She said she ...
-1 votes, asked Jul 23 '11 by Kurt
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developmental Psychology
how can I fix this paragraph? According to Erickson, there are different statues of identity achievement that occurs when a ...
0 votes, asked Jul 23 '11 by Nicola Richards
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Where is my mistake??
Grammarly is showing mistakes about sentence structure. Where?? thanks... See example: The poor situation that reach almost all sub-Saharan African ...
+2 votes, edited Jul 23 '11 by Gian
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Proper punctuation of P.S.
What is the proper punctuation of P.S.
0 votes, asked Jul 23 '11 by Stevegrammer Frey
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The use of the word the past participle -- "had" as in: "had had."
NOTE: I hope you don't mind the little bit of humor I used in the example short paragraph below. As ...
0 votes, edited Jul 23 '11 by H. A. McRay
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Membership
Do I or do I not have an account with you for a seven day trial?
0 votes, asked Jul 22 '11 by John Szuba
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verb lay
How do you conjugate LAY? I never know if I should, GO LAY DOWN or GO LIE DOWN.
0 votes, asked Jul 22 '11 by Priscilla Nolan
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Who & Whom
What is the difference between WHO & WHOM? When do I use which where? If I wanted to make a ...
0 votes, asked Jul 22 '11 by Priscilla Nolan
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Use of Adgectives
Lunga was so brightly dressed yesterday
0 votes, asked Jul 22 '11 by Happy
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What is the problem in this sentence? Please help.
The following sentence causes "wordiness" error. It is from an academic paper that I am writing. This is what I ...
0 votes, asked Jul 22 '11 by Ayla Gülcü
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rewrite-
How does this sentence sounds? Due to the stigma attached to it I was not in a bubbly chipper mood ...
0 votes, asked Jul 22 '11 by USHA GANDHI
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She looked over her shoulder to see if I was looking.
Squinting Modifiers ??? See example: She looked over her shoulder to see if I was looking.
0 votes, asked Jul 21 '11 by Dennis Elkins
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verb agreement
should it read whether you look for a career change or whether you are looking for a career change See ...
0 votes, asked Jul 21 '11 by marcia
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How can I fix this?
Do I need commas rewording? See example: Please do not hesitate to contact me regarding Amanda's statements to me on ...
0 votes, asked Jul 21 '11 by Nikki DeShane
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