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adverb
Hi my teacher asked me to find that adverb that comes after an adjective she said that there is only ...
0 votes, asked Dec 05 by diari
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Growth because of both private and public sector
Show with facts and figures tha how private and public investment effect th growth in manufacturing sector?
0 votes, asked Dec 05 by Babar Abbasi
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The chair is made up of wood. Which article is correct? The or A
0 votes, asked Dec 05 by Arun Nair
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part of speech
In the below sentence, what part of speech is the word "down"? When the older person ran near him, the ...
preposition Adverb 0 votes, asked Dec 05 by Arpag
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use of hyphen
Is it acceptable to use a hyphen between the words, "than you?" thank-you?
0 votes, asked Dec 05 by karen
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pronouns and antecedent
Does this sentence have an agreement with the pronoun and antecedent?The group did well in the competition,so it won easily.
0 votes, asked Dec 05 by jeff necessary
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Use "is" or "are"?
Hello! I'd just like a simple answer to the following - which sentence is correct: "Two litres of milk is ...
0 votes, asked Dec 05 by Andra Māliņa
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grammar
please if you can help me, is this question corretc in grammar case - How Kyrgyzstan used and has been ...
0 votes, asked Dec 04 by en
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Correct caption for a picture
Would the correct caption for a picture be, "Brad and I," or "Brad and me?"
0 votes, asked Dec 04 by Mike
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auxiliary verbs
Which is correct? I have passed the lifeguard test three times or I passed the lifeguard test three times. I ...
0 votes, asked Dec 04 by Kindnest
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I have talked or i talked
Hi there, Which form is correct, i have talked to or i talked to. In addition, when should i use ...
I talked or ihave 0 votes, asked Dec 04 by Naser
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is this sentence correct "what does she did" i have seen it in few books
Can we use it as a correct sentence?
0 votes, asked Dec 04 by arman ali
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A comma or a hyphen
In the sentance: she rolled and found he was awake, watching, expressionless. between the words watching and expressionless what is ...
hyphen comma punctuation 0 votes, asked Dec 04 by Rachelle
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Phrases
Is 'on the wall' a phrase?
0 votes, asked Dec 04 by Marta Dikute
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social issues related
what are brain drain needs
0 votes, asked Dec 04 by vijay solanki
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fill the blanks in
Is "fill the blanks in with the right preposition" grammatically correct? Thanks in advance for your help.
0 votes, asked Dec 04 by John
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rewrite
you are too early for the show.(use 'enough')
-1 votes, asked Dec 04 by ria roy
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sentences correction
Days goes and goes!
0 votes, asked Dec 04 by Swarrangi
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identify part of speech
Could you help me to identify part of speech?thank you so much. Jefri was a boy gifted with magical powers.
0 votes, asked Dec 04 by Singyuen huang
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"by + gerund" as an adverbial phrase with the passive voice
Hi - I am wondering if an adverbial phrase of the form "by + gerund" can be used with the ...
0 votes, asked Dec 04 by JVK
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Subjunctive ... or other?
I'm going crazy figuring out why "vary" and "sing" in the following sentences aren't supposed to be "varies" and "sings." ...
subjunctive 0 votes, asked Dec 04 by Ralf Kircher
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The use of "I" first in a sentence.
is the following correct? I and John are going home. (Instead of John and I are going home)
0 votes, asked Dec 04 by Susan Kerker
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question about sentence set up
Hello, is the sentence below grammatically correct? Five strategies that can help to reduce stress in a person in the ...
0 votes, asked Dec 04 by angelica trujillo
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plurals
Which one of the followings is correct? 1) The matrix B is the same as A except with the first ...
plural 0 votes, asked Dec 04 by Chan Frankie
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I need an explanation
Which of one is correct and why? 1. How many times do you eat in a week? 2. How many ...
correction 0 votes, asked Dec 03 by chrity Grace
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longest noun
Is "longest" sometimes a noun? How about in these two sentences? The apple in the basket is the longest. That ...
noun 0 votes, asked Dec 03 by Tama Kain
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pronouns
Are there pronouns for places? Are here and there pronouns for place? as in: I will meet you there.
0 votes, asked Dec 03 by B Elliott
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Please help! What is the proper way to write this sentence using proper English grammar?
I am going to "pull up" to your and Connie's house on my elephant!
yours plural singular possesive Hers 0 votes, asked Dec 03 by Nicky Stockman
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Past participate vs. past continuous
On the subject's fine point, I argue that B below should use past continuous, that is, "I have been making ...
0 votes, asked Dec 03 by Wai Shiu
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Dash?
Is it 50-year life expectancy or 50 year life expectancy?
0 votes, asked Dec 03 by Debbie Farrell
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