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What would be a better word to use?
(has been mastered) See example: I do at times when doing something new question my, competency but always remind myself ...
0 votes, asked Apr 29 '11 by Valarie Nikaido
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Semi colons
I am not sure whether periods or semi colons should be used for this list: Random sample selection will take ...
0 votes, asked Apr 29 '11 by Kriesha Britton
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ethical committee
No, Ethical Committee approval was identifiable in this study See example: No, Ethical Committee approval was identifiable in this study ...
0 votes, asked Apr 29 '11 by Michaelene
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When patients were being approached during possible inclusion Pellegrini et al., (2009) did identify
When patients were being approached during possible inclusion Pellegrini et al., (2009) did identify this was an institutional review board ...
0 votes, asked Apr 29 '11 by Michaelene
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Regarding synonymes an plagiarism
To Whom it May Concerm It sounds sometimes confusing to use certain words, it automaqtically changes the structure or the ...
0 votes, asked Apr 29 '11 by Viliane Pierre
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How do I say to someone speak anything?
'Venture an answer' , 'risk an answer' or 'make a choice' ?
0 votes, asked Apr 29 '11 by coraliecinq
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squinting modifies (How do I correct this sentence)
Truck drivers need for companionship rest upon the population to supplyy thier needs See example: Truck drivers need for companionship ...
0 votes, asked Apr 28 '11 by sandra
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How do I correct this, but say the same thing.
how do I complete the comparison See example: The idea is that the most powerful group uses their wealth to ...
0 votes, asked Apr 28 '11 by sandra spears
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Grammar
Where is the mistake in the following sentence Have you got any money? Yes I have got some ,I have ...
0 votes, asked Apr 28 '11 by alaa
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please can what need to be changed
Compare too Lesley was living independently, her life was not institutional, yet her family treated her has individual; also she ...
0 votes, asked Apr 28 '11 by cecile Ntumba
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The sentence structure: (A) was of (B).
Example: Japan's image in the world was of an economic juggernaut. A=Japan's image in the world B= an economic juggernaut ...
0 votes, asked Apr 28 '11 by CF LOK
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What is the plural of 'cotton candy'?
It's uncountable and a compound noun...
0 votes, asked Apr 28 '11 by coraliecinq
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paraphrasing of this definition
I am struggling to put this definition in different words but still have the same meaning, could you guys please ...
0 votes, asked Apr 28 '11 by Lilly
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Punctuation in this sentence
In Brahmin they are too marry int a caste and one also sies in his class. See example: They marry ...
0 votes, asked Apr 28 '11 by Rita Kendall
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Has anybody come across this quote?
"There is no end, just many beginnings." See example: There is no end, just many beginnnings.
0 votes, asked Apr 28 '11 by Roland Walker
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possessive forms
Which form of the word owner is correct? I went to the restaurant and met one of the owner's sons. ...
0 votes, asked Apr 27 '11 by Kathleen Whittier
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I changed the are to is and that was correct as well. I know it can't be correct both ways.
I changed the are to is and the system stated it was correct that way as well. See example: The ...
+1 vote, asked Apr 27 '11 by Jane Smith
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don't understand about the comma
don't understand the suggestion See example: In the next year, 1985, Volkswagen in China began its sales in China. If ...
0 votes, asked Apr 27 '11 by Terrencevarada
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How would I fix this sentence?
I need help fixing this sentence See example: They don't want everything done for them but rather enjoy the guided ...
0 votes, asked Apr 27 '11 by Yeni Ellis
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forth
what's the adjective of "forth"? See example: "FAW-Volkswagen Automotive Limited Company has located the forth factory in Fushan.
0 votes, asked Apr 27 '11 by Terrencevarada
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grammarly falsely complains about comma usage, this should be fixed.
GRAMMARLY SAYS: Review this sentence for comma use. Ensure there is a comma between direct quotes and the attributive tag. ...
0 votes, asked Apr 27 '11 by Jerry
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Can you spot and correct the quotation fault in the last sentence?
Can you find and correct my two faults? “He’s such a jerk.” She threw her English Japanese dictionary on the ...
0 votes, asked Apr 26 '11 by Victor Paul Scerri
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Head or Heads of Cattle?
Grammarly insists that the example sentence should be modified to read "350,000 heads". However, it is my understanding that "head" ...
+1 vote, asked Apr 26 '11 by Jeff Pribyl
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English
They have no one to look up for See example: They have no one to look up to.
0 votes, asked Apr 26 '11 by Xenia Castell
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Adverb/Adjective Question
Grammerly has suggested that ‘hourly’, as used in the following sentence, is an adjective and recommends that I use an ...
0 votes, asked Apr 26 '11 by Jeff
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Must I use 'have searched' instead of just 'searched'?
"I searched a word in a dictionary and got a strange definition." Must I use 'have searched' instead of just ...
0 votes, asked Apr 25 '11 by coraliecinq
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grammar
Can you start a sentence with "A" ?
0 votes, asked Apr 25 '11 by Marie-Anne Le Clerc
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Aflight
Does the word "aflight" exist?
0 votes, asked Apr 25 '11 by morn
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Heartbeat
When something makes your heart work faster you say that it 'rises' or 'accelerates' the heartbeat? Or both are correct?
+3 votes, asked Apr 25 '11 by coraliecinq
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Is there any difference between "to accomplish" and "to fulfil"?
Thanks in advance.
0 votes, asked Apr 24 '11 by coraliecinq
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