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please give me more examples
Everybody in that Alcohlic Anonymous meeting stated that they were sober, and meeting See example: Everybody in that Alcohlic Anonymous ...
0 votes, asked Jun 07 '11 by Dawn Johnson
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restructure
can you restructure that sentence for me? See example: One key reason why human continue along this path is because ...
0 votes, asked Jun 07 '11 by John Naiah
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how can I reword this statement? Thanks,
The main goal is to answer the research questions: can improving drainage projects in James City County still be done ...
0 votes, asked Jun 06 '11 by CherylW
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Is this correct?
I later realized I had made a mistake by taking the test; unfortunately, it was too late at that point. ...
0 votes, asked Jun 06 '11 by Kyle Johnson
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Is this correct?
The LSAT test date approached, and I chose to take the test for experience, despite being unprepared. See example: The ...
0 votes, asked Jun 06 '11 by Kyle Johnson
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Driving cars
Is it correct to say "school of motoring"? Or only "autoschool" and "driving school" are acceptable? Is it correct to ...
0 votes, asked Jun 06 '11 by coraliecinq
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a total of
A total of 21 points are possible is this incorrect? See example: A total of 21 points are possible.
0 votes, asked Jun 06 '11 by jemma
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Passive voice use?
Passive voice use? See example: In t he summer of 2010 he was told to leave Austria.
0 votes, asked Jun 06 '11 by Brian JB
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Is there any difference in use between 'wonder if' and 'wonder wether'?
Thanks in advance.
0 votes, asked Jun 06 '11 by coraliecinq
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comma placement
Is a comma placed before or after a subordinate conjunction?
0 votes, edited Jun 06 '11 by Jim Countess
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artefacts
which should be used in English for the plural of the subject artifacts See example: 'Journey String' activities for Geography ...
0 votes, asked Jun 06 '11 by bobbie beal
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exclamation point in the title
I need to properly punctuate the following sentence. See example: In his new book I Mix What I Like!, he ...
0 votes, asked Jun 06 '11 by LaTissia Mitchell
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why it's wrong with" what is so funny"
I don't got it " what is so funny" most people say what is so funny, but what is wrong ...
0 votes, asked Jun 06 '11 by christina
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i don't understand what is wrong here
it says passive voice See example: Realizing that he was lost in his on world she said, "They are green."
0 votes, asked Jun 06 '11 by trixie
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I need help with this.
it says wordiness See example: After a little while of sitting and swinging their feet in the cool water they ...
0 votes, asked Jun 06 '11 by trixie
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i need help fixing this parallelism
i don't know what it is talking about See example: Doc turned to see her holding her panties out at ...
0 votes, asked Jun 06 '11 by trixie
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Indirect questions
how do you check sentences with 'indirect questions'? I wrote some examples to know how it works and I didn't ...
0 votes, asked Jun 06 '11 by Sandra Jardim Oliveira
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Is there any difference between 'prime minister' and 'first minister'?
I don't know why Alex Salmond (of Scotland) is called first minister and David Cameron (of England) is called prime ...
0 votes, asked Jun 05 '11 by coraliecinq
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Pls correct this sentence
I experienced everything for a week without my parent.I cooked, worked at home and enjoyed myself... As compared to Japan, ...
0 votes, asked Jun 05 '11 by Arti Umrotkar
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as vs. like
what is the problem with as in this sentence? See example: Hinge upon statistical data, about one third of children ...
0 votes, asked Jun 05 '11 by soheia
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automaticly correct errors
Can my errors be corrected automaticly.
0 votes, asked Jun 05 '11 by donna Swing
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Why did the author use 'thing' here? Would the meaning be kept if we remove this word?
"The fame thing is interesting because I never wanted to be famous."
0 votes, edited Jun 05 '11 by coraliecinq
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Do signs with 'for rent' and 'to let' mean the same?
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0 votes, asked Jun 04 '11 by coraliecinq
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Why do we say in English 'FOR sale' and 'TO rent'?
0 votes, edited Aug 06 '11 by coraliecinq
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I'm being asked about the usage of the word "at" in the sentence below
Should I say, At this point, who knows what's going on, but I'll meet with surgeon etc? See example: Who ...
0 votes, asked Jun 04 '11 by robert
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Grammer
Is this sentence grammatically correct? "However, as their lifestyle became more nomatic they began to use tipi houses which are ...
0 votes, asked Jun 04 '11 by juline
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which is grammatically correct?
A wide range of syntactical structures and sophisticated word choices enhances effective communication of ideas. A wide range of syntactical ...
0 votes, asked Jun 04 '11 by eliana
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Passive Voice Use
How could this sentence be re-phrased correctly? See example: The analysis was returned to the students for validation.
0 votes, asked Jun 04 '11 by Odysseus
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Genitiv
What is the difference between "immigrants' product choices" and "product choices of the immigrants"? Which construction should be used in ...
0 votes, asked Jun 04 '11 by Jelena
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what do you mean by chromlogical sense
raised and became how can i put in the same tense See example: She was raised like a Baptist and ...
0 votes, asked Jun 04 '11 by Clyde Fisher
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