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Punctuation
How should Forum icon be punctuated. Should I use quotes, capitalization or what? Thanks See example: When I clicked on ...
0 votes, asked Jan 25 '12 by Don Crowson
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essay paper character sketch
How should I correct this sentence? See example: There were days I would just sit in my room and cry ...
0 votes, asked Jan 25 '12 by Erica
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passive voice
were gradually developed See example: The archives were gradually developed from conventional archives in relational databases, such as Access, File ...
0 votes, asked Jan 25 '12 by Maurizio
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Which is correct?
Material will be applied to assure (or ensure) complete saturation.
0 votes, asked Jan 25 '12 by Jenna Croissant
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Hailey
she was stable but cut scraped really bad See example: Hailey was stable condition, but cut and scraped up really ...
0 votes, asked Jan 25 '12 by Jamie Hudson
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spelling
For business writing, should Municipalities, Schools, Public Transit Authorities be capitalized when there is no proper name with it? See ...
0 votes, asked Jan 25 '12 by Julie Severson
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hyphenation in 45-64 year olds
half of 45-64 year olds in Illinois are ... where do I put hyphens?
0 votes, asked Jan 25 '12 by Laurie Harrington
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Comma use
Where would the commas go in this sentence.?? See example: Patient's current medications include Atrovent four puffs b.i.d Ventolin p.r.n. ...
0 votes, edited Jan 25 '12 by tina
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'Premise',n. in its three connotations
Premise n. ; also premiss for sense 1. a. A proposition on which an argument is based or from which ...
0 votes, asked Jan 25 '12 by Bijay Nanda
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'Premise',n. in its three connotations
Premise n. ; also premiss for sense 1. a. A proposition on which an argument is based or from which ...
0 votes, asked Jan 25 '12 by Bijay Nanda
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After electrophoresis the slides were drained and neutralized with 3×5 min washing steps with neutra
I can not correct it can u help pls... See example: After electrophoresis the slides were drained and neutralized with ...
0 votes, asked Jan 25 '12 by Ulaş
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The or no The
Is there simple rule to find out whether I should put article before next word or not?
0 votes, asked Jan 25 '12 by Ura Tansky
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hi
i dont get it See example: When I first had heard that, I felt strange and uncomfortable about it because ...
0 votes, asked Jan 25 '12 by Vernon Holmes
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Usage of this sentence and how to avoid using need
Most of the time, i use "need, have to & same" in my sentence, without these words i didn't even ...
0 votes, asked Jan 24 '12 by ramu
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The common use of double comparatives & double superlatives
The use of double comparatives, eg 'more stronger' & double superlatives , eg 'most strongest' ( sic!) is increasingly finding ...
0 votes, asked Jan 24 '12 by Bijay Nanda
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increased
what the active voice See example: I stayed five months in that class and I found extremely help from my ...
0 votes, asked Jan 24 '12 by lahmed1
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Is this wrong?
Kassie is my name so how can it be wrong? See example: Kassie Wathen
0 votes, asked Jan 24 '12 by Kassie
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Could I reduce "with "
These patients differ from exertional heat stroke sufferers in that they typically present with hot, dry skin and the increase ...
0 votes, asked Jan 24 '12 by JunweiZheng
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Is it correct in grammar ?
Is it correct? Despite the call for empirical evidence of the efficacy of written corrective feedback by Truscott , a ...
0 votes, asked Jan 24 '12 by mapleleaf
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"as well as" followed by a comma.
My friend thought this sentence was OK, but it made my skin crawl: "Students are required to attend occasional after-school, ...
0 votes, asked Jan 24 '12 by Joe Everton
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Comma usage question - this looks right, but that's a lot of commas.
To me, this sentence looks like it has too many commas, yet, grammatically, it seems to be correct. Is it? ...
0 votes, asked Jan 24 '12 by Anthony Davis
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writing a friendly letter to yourself about yourself
do you use the personal pronoun "you" OR "I" See example: You are very proud of what you have accomplished ...
0 votes, asked Jan 24 '12 by denice
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Does Faithfully your's have a collin?
It keeps correcting me and saying I don't need one. See example: Faithfully your's,
0 votes, asked Jan 23 '12 by Matthew
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please help
how can I write in different way? See example: Moreover, cheap import of goods and services make international trade widely ...
0 votes, asked Jan 23 '12 by Kristina Balode
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Happiness
Please suggest a right way of writing this sentence. Thank you See example: Happiness as a form of wellbeing fading ...
0 votes, asked Jan 23 '12 by Kristina Balode
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Usage of er and or
When to use suffix "or" (doctor) and "er (teacher)? Does a rule explain usage EX: subject is a verb or ...
0 votes, asked Jan 23 '12 by Maria Tine
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Pronunciation of "the"
what is the correct pronunciatiion of 'The' in the sentence of "I am going to sing the Indian national anthem"
0 votes, asked Jan 23 '12 by P.K.SUNIL KUMAR
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Is this sentence right?
"Exposure to biological samples may cause health hazard" Should it not be... "Exposure to biological samples may be hazardous to ...
0 votes, asked Jan 23 '12 by Parthiban
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Punctuation within a sentence
What punctuation can be used when you are using a website address? See example: http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/about/major/nhanes/datalink.htm.
0 votes, asked Jan 23 '12 by Sharon Ayala
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Grammar
Don't know where the correction needs to be made on this sentence? If anyone can help, please thank you. See ...
0 votes, asked Jan 23 '12 by David Guillaume
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