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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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do I use "the" before: students will leave?
Although this unit is basic and introductory at the freshmen level, the students will leave well equipped to build their ...
0 votes, asked Apr 24 '11 by ellie
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adjectives and adverbs
how do i fix this See example: The growing army of the unemployed, at 11.1 million, was nearly 50 percent ...
0 votes, asked Apr 24 '11 by Michael Hansen
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Grammar
Please try to find the grammatical mistake in the following sentences and answer it: “Do you like my new dress?” ...
0 votes, asked Apr 24 '11 by alaa
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please check this grammar
please check this grammar Kindly find attached file of New Budget for Factory, AA has signed and I do need ...
0 votes, asked Apr 21 '11 by Donna
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wher is Iran
wher is Iran
0 votes, asked Apr 21 '11 by Sadegh
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