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Management processes
Secondly, The next management processes is organizing, ), which is, organisation that allow us to provide an appropriate structure and ...
0 votes, asked Jul 02 '11 by gustavo calixto
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PASSIVE VOICE
Any suggestions on how to correct this sentence? See example: A collaborative method of delivering the integrated arts in teacher ...
0 votes, asked Jul 02 '11 by fermecia riley
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introductory phrases
On one sentence I was told a comma was not necessary if the introductory phrase was very short (less than ...
0 votes, asked Jul 01 '11 by Susan Westling
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How should the text be written?
I was born and raised in Florida, until I joined the army which brought me to Washington State, where I ...
0 votes, asked Jul 01 '11 by Tim Fulton
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Missing final punctuation
Help with sentence (missing final punctuation See example: WHEN PROCESSING THE JUNE EMPLOYEE CONTRIBUTIONS TO ERB I ERRONEOUSLY ENTERED $ ...
0 votes, asked Jul 01 '11 by Alfred Martinez
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which of the following is correct?
Which is correct? who, despite budget cuts, remains or who remains, despite budget cuts,
+1 vote, asked Jul 01 '11 by Tom
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Wordy sentence
How to avoid wordy sentences?
0 votes, asked Jul 01 '11 by eswarphy
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faulty parallelism
they "read" each other's game and "anticipated" each other's posiition on the court. Isn't "read" past tense in parallel with ...
0 votes, asked Jun 30 '11 by Meg Tandy
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Correct
Unfortunately, our parents’ marriage did not work, but now we’re happy for our father, that he found some one that ...
0 votes, asked Jun 30 '11 by Henry Tran
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Inquiry
Kimberly, Thanks for your prompt response to my last question. You mentioned that 'when you use 'who' it takes the ...
0 votes, asked Jun 30 '11 by Albert
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Questions
once installed to microsoft word what is it this program suppose to do for my writing See example: St John ...
0 votes, asked Jun 29 '11 by Earl Harris jr
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Acceptability of split infinitives
What is the authoritative judgment now on use of split infinitives? I see them often in respectable publications, even in ...
0 votes, asked Jun 29 '11 by Dave
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A religious teaching
Should I say sinners will be compensated or recompensed? Is there another word to use?
0 votes, asked Jun 29 '11 by Les
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please show me incomplete comparison
Please show me how to fix the incomplete comparison in this sentence. Another important fact is the stronger sources of ...
0 votes, asked Jun 29 '11 by latonya white
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sentence order
can I say, "It has been ages since I did not see you." can I say, "I come from France"
0 votes, asked Jun 29 '11 by christine
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generalising
1. Who don't know that there are bubbles in the stocks market? 2. Who doesn't know that there are bubbles ...
0 votes, asked Jun 29 '11 by Albert
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Comparing two or more things.
As the class was taking a potty break, Mrs. Graham was handing out work to the three lower achieving students. ...
0 votes, asked Jun 28 '11 by Margaret
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Grammar check
Hi, I'd like to know the belove sentence is correct.If no, please correct it. See example: Please let me know ...
0 votes, asked Jun 28 '11 by sachiko furuya
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article
all the necessary information or all necessary information? See example: I already typed all necessary information in.
0 votes, asked Jun 28 '11 by jemma
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How to correct this sentence, However, other minimal invasive techniques such as lower gastrointesti
Can you please show me what is wrong in this sentence? See example: However, other minimal invasive techniques such as ...
0 votes, asked Jun 28 '11 by faez
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grammer correction
Hi, I'd like to know the belove sentence is correct.If no, please correct it. They have been written inconsistent with ...
0 votes, asked Jun 28 '11 by abbas
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What's the difference between manual and handbook?
Thanks in advance!
0 votes, asked Jun 28 '11 by coraliecinq
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Email Greetings and Salutations
Which example is correct for an email greeting, "Hi, LuAnn." or "Hi LuAnn,"?
0 votes, asked Jun 28 '11 by Barbara Moses
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Punctuation
Is it correct to write Wes's suggestion saved the day?
0 votes, asked Jun 28 '11 by Vera Merriweather
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What's the difference between wait and await?
Thanks in advance!
0 votes, asked Jun 28 '11 by coraliecinq
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correct preposition
what is the best way to correct this sentence? See example: I have found just by talking to different one ...
0 votes, asked Jun 28 '11 by LaKecha Tripp
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174 issues found. Score: 0 of 100
i'm not clear with this what is it mean
-1 votes, asked Jun 27 '11 by kamarudeenseun
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I am sorry but I cant do my schooling I for I am not in good health right now
I have cancer an not in good shape
0 votes, asked Jun 27 '11 by Kathy Stull
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Run on?
I just want to know if the sentence below would work. Thanks. See example: I wish you all the best ...
0 votes, asked Jun 27 '11 by selena
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change the voice
I Shall call for a taxi for you
0 votes, asked Jun 27 '11 by hejon hari
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