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Comparing two or more things
I am unclear as to why this is not a correct statement. Thanks See example: It is essential that activities ...
0 votes, asked Aug 13 '11 by Shirley.Woolf
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Pronunciation of brand name plural
How would you pronounce the plural of the Mcdonalds burger with the brand name 'Filet-o-fish'? Is it 'Filets-o-fish', 'Filet-o-fish's (pronounced ...
0 votes, asked Aug 13 '11 by jordan freedman
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predicative noun
He is captain of Manchester United, a reknowned football team. Is it correct to put nothing in front of captain, ...
0 votes, asked Aug 13 '11 by satish
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no wonder
What does it mean by "on wonder" in the following sentence: "It's so cold! No wonder it is hailing."
0 votes, asked Aug 13 '11 by CF LOK
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Fill in the blanks
I would have attended the meeting if I .............. time options>> 1. had had 2. have had 3. had 4. ...
0 votes, asked Aug 13 '11 by Vinay Neelakari
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Fill in the blanks
Everyone brought ................... lunch. options>> 1. his/her 2. their 3. one's 4. everyone's answer with explanation
0 votes, asked Aug 13 '11 by Vinay Neelakari
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Fill in the blanks
I was looking forward .................... you options>> 1. to meet 2. to have meet 3. for meeting 4. to meeting ...
0 votes, asked Aug 13 '11 by Vinay Neelakari
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Fill in the blanks
One of Mahatma Gandhi's best friend was ............... European options>> 1. the 2. an 3. a Answer with explanayion
0 votes, asked Aug 13 '11 by Vinay Neelakari
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choose the most appropriate transformation for the given sentence
sachin is the greatest Indian batsmen. options>> 1. No other Indian batsmen is so great as Sachin. 2. No other ...
0 votes, asked Aug 13 '11 by Vinay Neelakari
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a or the
is it "He is a cptain of grade six." or "He is the captain of grade six.", which one is ...
0 votes, asked Aug 13 '11 by satish
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Problems related to learning English as a foreign language
For non-native English speakers, should they develop their English writing skills by learning grammar and spelling first or by listening ...
0 votes, asked Aug 13 '11 by Pawin Pruttinan
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spoken of you
In the following sentence, "He has often spoken of you." Does it mean "he has often mentioned about you" or ...
0 votes, asked Aug 13 '11 by CF LOK
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decision making
decision making See example: The irony of empowerment is that employee's might become so emotional and adopt extreme attitudes to ...
0 votes, asked Aug 12 '11 by Christie Ibeh
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hyphen usage
Does the word high school need a hyphen? Example high-school See example: At the middle and high school levels, the ...
0 votes, asked Aug 12 '11 by Nicole C. Thornton
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use of italics vs. quotes
In the sentence, "He has almost given up hope of ever finding the magic called Real, would "real" be italicised ...
0 votes, asked Aug 12 '11 by Karen Latimer
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pronoun
(1)I'm proud of my Country, Is "MY" in this sentence a pronoun? (2) We should respect our parents, is "OUR" ...
0 votes, asked Aug 12 '11 by Dwarakanath Lankipalle
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line up
In the following sentence, "This year, we will continue the popular theme of light painting to our line up of ...
0 votes, asked Aug 12 '11 by CF LOK
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preposition
Is this a correct sentence? It reached to its threshold.
0 votes, asked Aug 11 '11 by rajesh
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Does this lack closing punctuation? I don't think so.
A ? at the end of speech always suggest missing puntuation but I don't think that's right. See example: Do ...
0 votes, asked Aug 11 '11 by Philip Catshill
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Grammar
When do you use 'which' and 'that'?
0 votes, asked Aug 11 '11 by Annette Clarke
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I do studying now
which one is correct,I do studying now,or I am studying now can we use ing form of study after do?
0 votes, asked Aug 11 '11 by sara
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passive voice needs to be active
what can i put istead of was guided, was struck, were taken i have used was and were a lot. ...
0 votes, asked Aug 11 '11 by Dianne Rowley
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Punctuation hint ?
On Mother's discharge she moved in with me, took over the bedroom, while I slept on the sofa. Grammarly suggests ...
0 votes, asked Aug 11 '11 by Graham Hung
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Is this sentence structure and grammar correct
Her symptoms of highs and lows, incessant talking and worrying, would still show but have been kept in check with ...
0 votes, asked Aug 11 '11 by Graham Hung
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Grammar
Mark the sentence with the best structure. a. Jack’s knowledge of history actually began to annoy him. But he did ...
0 votes, asked Aug 11 '11 by Chris Smith
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academic
what year did you graduate from university?
0 votes, asked Aug 11 '11 by untung
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ME or I ??
is "ME" or "I" the correct pronoun inthe first sentence of the paragraph? thank you. See example: I am writing ...
0 votes, asked Aug 11 '11 by mwsurf
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comma use
Is the comma in this sentence necesssary? See example: Mr. and Mrs. Mallard proudly return to their home in the ...
0 votes, asked Aug 10 '11 by Karen Latimer
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is banns used correctly in my sentence as a noun
is the word banns used correctly in the sentence as a noun. sentence: Let's celebrate the marraige banns of Sarah ...
0 votes, asked Aug 10 '11 by miranda
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banns
the word banns is supposed to be used as a noun would the sentence still be correct See example: Lets ...
0 votes, asked Aug 10 '11 by miranda
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