Questions

1 answer
respond or response
Is it better to say can you please forward your response, or please respond
0 votes, asked Mar 29 '11 by Annette Powell
1 answer
use of possessive or singular pronouns
Which is correct usage of the words "me" and "my" in this instance. Please check the following two sentences: "He ...
0 votes, asked Mar 29 '11 by V. Bauman
1 answer
Grammar question
Is it correct to say "We could not have asked for more from a daughter and we wish she and ...
0 votes, asked Mar 29 '11 by Rita Miller
1 answer
Which is the correct adjective?
I have a chemistry question to solve. I have a chemical question to solve.
0 votes, asked Mar 28 '11 by coraliecinq
1 answer
comma use
Is the following correct use of commas Your presence with us on this special day will be our cherished gift. ...
0 votes, asked Mar 28 '11 by ellen
1 answer
is this gramaticaly correct
hereby states that neither the seller nor the buyer do not know and are not aware of any party who ...
0 votes, asked Mar 28 '11 by le
2 answers
Sentence Structure
"This is a national confederate body and it coordinates as an umbrella organization which leads national effort in mobilizing resources ...
+1 vote, asked Mar 28 '11 by maya jose
0 answers
my Collage Eassy only 3-4
After Comparing American InterContinental University and my previous educational institute, Culpeper County High School, I found that my high school ...
0 votes, asked Mar 27 '11 by James Gates
3 answers
preposition
I saw it on the television or from the television or i watched it in the television. Which is correct?
+1 vote, asked Mar 26 '11 by esther
1 answer
Grammar
This is america or america is like this
0 votes, asked Mar 26 '11 by Miguel castro
1 answer
Childhood
how can i talk about my childhood?
0 votes, asked Mar 25 '11 by shreedevi
2 answers
on Monday morning or in Monday morning?
"On Monday morning" sounds wrong for me. But I heard some native speakers say it both ways. I am confused.
0 votes, asked Mar 25 '11 by Hofi
2 answers
Sentence fragments.
Can a major sentence stand alone with only a pronoun (like "it") as a subject?
0 votes, asked Mar 25 '11 by Josh
1 answer
How much banwidth does the program use.
We are monitored as to how long we use the internet. I was not aware that once I subscribes it ...
0 votes, asked Mar 24 '11 by Gail Ginalick
1 answer
legal writing
impove the sentence "Where a matter commences with the issuing of a summons and is undefended it's classified an undefended ...
0 votes, asked Mar 24 '11 by Rochelle
1 answer
legal writing
what transitional words can be used to begin a new sentence in the same or other another paragraph?
0 votes, asked Mar 24 '11 by Rochelle
1 answer
This is an introductory paragraph to an essay of compare/contrast. There are 2 major errors
This is an introductory paragraph to an essay of compare/contrast. There are 2 major errors occurring. What are they? Ever ...
0 votes, asked Mar 23 '11 by Jean
1 answer
Dates and Commas
What is the proper way to write this line? Or is it correct? Constantinople, Roman Empire, April, 1204
+1 vote, asked Mar 23 '11 by Joey
2 answers
Among or Amongst
What's the difference between among and amongst? When should I use those words?
0 votes, asked Mar 22 '11 by sai
1 answer
What's the difference between 'goodwill' and 'goodness'?
For goodness' sake!
0 votes, asked Mar 22 '11 by coraliecinq
1 answer
please help me correct this paragraph
In fact, the controversies arise from debate on obesity prevention make it appear difficult to overcome. But in reality, it ...
0 votes, asked Mar 22 '11 by Marcellin Marie Jonie
1 answer
Orientor or orienter?
A person that orients another one (a leader, for example) is an ... And the one who guides is...?
0 votes, asked Mar 21 '11 by coraliecinq
2 answers
What is the difference between 'source' and 'resource'?
thanks in advance
+2 votes, asked Mar 21 '11 by coraliecinq
3 answers
Showing possession
For 'An agent for a buyer' would the following be correct? - A buyer's agent - The job of a ...
0 votes, asked Mar 20 '11 by CC
4 answers
punctuation
What punctuation is wrong in the following sentence? During our picnic, we were tormented by insects: ants swarming into the ...
0 votes, asked Mar 19 '11 by karen anthony
1 answer
among
When we want to ask about differences between more than two stuff (differences between three words, for example) we must ...
0 votes, edited Mar 17 '11 by coraliecinq
2 answers
Are there differences in use between "other" and "another"?
are there
0 votes, asked Mar 17 '11 by coraliecinq
3 answers
The word "HOMEWORK"
It's considered an uncountable noun, as long as I'm concerned. And what if I want to mention more than one ...
0 votes, asked Mar 17 '11 by Jorge Alex Passamani
1 answer
We wish your company's prosperity. Is this common expression?
My company is about to give customers presents when our staffs visit our cutomer company. We will write a sentence ...
0 votes, asked Mar 17 '11 by Saetbyoul
1 answer
Use of Accommodate
Is it accommodate or accommodates in this sentence, "Which of the following dates best accommodate (accommodates) your schedule."
0 votes, asked Mar 16 '11 by Marie Kirkman
Have a question about English grammar, style or vocabulary use? Ask now to get help from Grammarly experts for FREE.