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adjectives
''often my young rambunctious son forgets his table manners''
0 votes, asked Aug 14 by lalita kumari
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Exactly what does SEO means? Is the fact that some type of placement in a business?
Seo is stood for by sEO. It's of having your sites added to top of Search-Engines outcomes one technique. There ...
seo-company -2 votes, asked Aug 14 by altoysto bechtsurt
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Question mark or period?
To set up the question: I was texting my dad and he had recently returned something. He misunderstood my previous ...
0 votes, asked Aug 13 by Michael Resurreccion
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Subjec and verbs
When he comes,goes and stays, he cuddles,moves and trades. Is this correct? Is it correct to put several verbs after ...
subject verb 0 votes, asked Aug 13 by Милош Милошевић
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prepositions
Which is correct: "I was concerned with the way he looked" or "I was concerned about the way he looked"?
0 votes, asked Aug 13 by Diane
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When “and” connects two subjects, can we remove the article of the latter ?
When “and” connects two subjects, can we remove the article of the latter ? For example: Original sentence: The implementation ...
and article 0 votes, asked Aug 13 by shuiying wang
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The exact translating
What does "Go Figure" exactly mean?
0 votes, asked Aug 13 by Mike
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This sentence is written right or wrong
Please I need your assistance in order to know whether the below sentence is written right or wrong: " Looking ...
0 votes, asked Aug 13 by Alious
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Plural Forms of Nouns
Hello All, Need your expert advice as I am confused in understanding and using the appropriate plural forms of nouns ...
plural Forms 0 votes, asked Aug 12 by Natalia
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It is I. It's me. What's the difference?
Obviously, "It is I" is correct. Is it also correct to say "It's me?"
0 votes, asked Aug 12 by Miriam Olsen
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into or in to
I'm not sure if I should be using "into" or "in to" in the following example: The students are trying ...
into 0 votes, asked Aug 12 by Janis Conrad
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when gal is coming ?
when gal is coming?
0 votes, asked Aug 12 by Mira Mahler
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narration
He said,"Tomorrow is a holiday."
0 votes, asked Aug 12 by Munindra Bharali
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Sentence construction
Hello, For English native speakers, which sentence is better? I think (1) sounds a little bit strange. (1)On the table ...
0 votes, asked Aug 12 by Mizuki Ono
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business letter
When refering to a council and our village, do I capitalize these words and use the in front?
Using the Word 0 votes, asked Aug 12 by Elaine
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Is this sentence correct?
I was away from work for a short period of time due to my childbirth
+1 vote, asked Aug 12 by ROBERT ZARCZUK
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Comma before "too"
What are the rules for using a comma when "too" is in a sentence? For example, "I am enjoying my ...
0 votes, asked Aug 11 by Jack Morais
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How to use the participle phrase
Is there a wrong way to use a participle phrase? Like in this example: "I have down most f the ...
participle Phrase phrases participial -1 votes, asked Aug 11 by Kaleb Dodson
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Difference in pronunciation of /ɪ/ and /i/
Can anyone here explain me the difference in pronunciation of "i" in words such as skin, despite, party, kick? When ...
-1 votes, asked Aug 11 by jemimah
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Subject-verb agreement
The sentence reads as follows: Child custody in surrogate mother cases is just one of the many issues that are ...
0 votes, asked Aug 11 by Cara Shipley
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use of as well as with to
Hello all, I hesisate the correctness of below sentence: 'xxx is performed to support xxx as well as to validate ...
-1 votes, asked Aug 11 by Sercan Acarer
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What is wrong with this sentence?
I intuitively feel like the sentence below is grammatically incorrect, but I can't put my finger on why. Please help! ...
0 votes, asked Aug 11 by Rachel Sawatzky
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Compound predicate - must tense agree?
Is it correct grammar to construct a sentence with multiple tenses in a compound predicate, such as in: "Mary knew ...
compound predicate tense 0 votes, asked Aug 11 by Jason J Hoogervorst
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Why can't you use "knowing" in the following manner
Our Japanese foreign exchange student used the sentence, "I have already been knowing her." What she meant was, "I have ...
past particple know known knowing 0 votes, asked Aug 11 by Stephen Johns
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Do "precariousness" and "precarity" mean the same thing?
Do "precariousness" and "precarity" mean the same thing? I just heard someone use the word "precarity" related to the insecurity ...
insecure unstable perilous unsteady uncertain 0 votes, asked Aug 11 by Samantha Fisher
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Dependent Clause
I'm not sure how the dependent clause is acting in this sentence. "There is no way that you will win." ...
0 votes, asked Aug 11 by Jack Morais
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Absolute v. Absolutely
Hello. Which is correct, My absolutely favorite or my absolute favorite part of church is...
0 votes, asked Aug 10 by jasmine
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Proper punctuation: bulleted list, dashes and commas
When making a bulleted list of names with a request after each name, which is the appropriate way to separate ...
grammar punctuation 0 votes, asked Aug 10 by Anne Stoneberger
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Using "could " with a negative sentence
I know when we want to describe an impossible situation in past we can use " couldn't have" . But ...
could 0 votes, asked Aug 10 by Negin
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Punctuation
If Brad Pitt was seated in that seat and I asked you could this be the man what would your ...
0 votes, asked Aug 10 by Thelma Fong
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