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how could i make this sentence better?
it seems correct to me.. See example: The clothes hamper loves, and makes him feel brave, beautiful, and accomplished .
0 votes, asked Apr 19 '11 by Blake Jackson
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Present perfect tense
Please see if this sentence grammatically correct? Since January, I have started the design and construction of a database, which ...
0 votes, asked Apr 19 '11 by CF LOK
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Is this grammatically right?
During the three month trial period, I provided assistance to 10 projects, 2 schemes and one meeting.
0 votes, asked Apr 19 '11 by CF LOK
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Is this sentence grammatical correct?
I joint the organization since 1 Jan 2010 as Manager for the IT department.
0 votes, asked Apr 19 '11 by CF LOK
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Is the use of me to start
Is the use of me to start a statement right?
0 votes, asked Apr 19 '11 by ALFRED ACKON MENSAH
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high speed train
please help to correct this sentence struture. thanks See example: When the time pass, and we look back, our children ...
0 votes, asked Apr 19 '11 by ken
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Verb form help!
grammarly keeps saying my verb form is wrong, but I cannot think of another way to say this sentence and ...
0 votes, asked Apr 18 '11 by jane becker
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help
any suggestions will be helpful.Many thanks! See example: On Wednesday, the company reiterated the collection was a "mistake" but that ...
0 votes, asked Apr 18 '11 by Jose
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Why does grammarly assume I have confused words when the word I've used is absolutely right?
I used the word hire - in the context of hire shops, they are not higher shops! grammarly says I'm ...
0 votes, asked Apr 18 '11 by Sarah Vitale
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editing
It is therefore important that the family owned business should have a plan in place as to who will succeed ...
0 votes, asked Apr 18 '11 by Andreas Mwoombola
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Hyphenation
Is the following clause hyphenated? three and a half day conference
0 votes, asked Apr 18 '11 by Eileen Williams
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who
Is "who" used correctly in this sentence: Pat will email every chair who is not here today about this subject.
0 votes, asked Apr 18 '11 by Linda Runnion
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Closing Punctuation
Services rendered by such programs as Turnitin.com, Essay Verification Engine, CopyCatch, Glatt, and WordCHECK. (Purdy, J. P. 2005) Why do ...
0 votes, asked Apr 18 '11 by diana arrowood
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Grammarly says that "hope" should be "hoped"
...but I'm not sure, what do you think? Cheers, Matt. See example: That's not to say there isn't cause for ...
-1 votes, asked Apr 18 '11 by Matt O'Kane
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Passive voice
How can I get this out of the passive voice (was sent) See example: Before the interview, an email was ...
0 votes, asked Apr 18 '11 by Elizabeth Cole
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whats wrong with this?
is there incorrect use of adjectives and adverbs? See example: We are programmed to sleep everyday, the questions is how?
0 votes, asked Apr 18 '11 by tamara
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Use of the word "are" or "is."
"All personal data are being used purely for the answering of your questions," or should it be "All personal data ...
0 votes, asked Apr 17 '11 by Gene
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Comparing two or more things
would this be better?? The Americans needed more convencing to believe Ledyard's testimony. See example: It took a little more ...
0 votes, asked Apr 17 '11 by Lisa
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"In his words" or "with his words"
If I want to quote the words of someone, should I say, "in his words", or "with his words"?
0 votes, asked Apr 17 '11 by CF LOK
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Word placement in sentence
In the following sentence, should "often" be placed before "happens"? This happens often in cases heard by the Supreme Court. ...
0 votes, asked Apr 17 '11 by Linda
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"on" or "about"
Is the following sentence grammatically correct? He believed that he has the authority to control everything about me. "everything on ...
0 votes, asked Apr 17 '11 by CF LOK
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over exertion of authority
If I want to describe such kind of situation, a senior staff believed that he has the authority to control, ...
0 votes, asked Apr 17 '11 by CF LOK
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Sentence structure of "My wish, is simply for a smile from the peers."
Is this sentence structure correct? Any other grammatical problem?
0 votes, asked Apr 17 '11 by CF LOK
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Better choice of descriptors
Example: "Lacking of respect and recognition is distressful." Question: 1. Any better descriptors for "lacking" and "distressful"? 2. Any other ...
0 votes, asked Apr 17 '11 by CF LOK
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Use "-ing" forms or avoid to use them?
Example: 1. I received blaming, warning, criticizing and eventually a doubt that I cannot meet the minimum requirements of the ...
0 votes, asked Apr 17 '11 by CF LOK
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"over" and "in"
What is the difference between "over the past five months" and "in the past five months"?
0 votes, asked Apr 17 '11 by CF LOK
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Faulty parallelism?
How can it be faulty parallelism when both verbs are in the past tense? See example: Many misunderstood this synthetic ...
0 votes, asked Apr 17 '11 by Courtney
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wants me to and an a before diagnosis
wants me to and an a before diagnosis See example: By performing an upper and lower GI endoscope she was ...
0 votes, asked Apr 17 '11 by T
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Passive Voice
How is it possible for a person to use past tense properly with this program? Everytime something in a paper ...
0 votes, asked Apr 17 '11 by Kelly Melton-Mahoney
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I need help for the correct verb.
Those babies will have a bigger risk of being born with several birth defects. Please me with this sentence. See ...
0 votes, asked Apr 17 '11 by Carline Blanc
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