2 answers
Quotes within quotes
I am looking for an answer for UK English grammar Should I say: ‘You flatter me, Henry, but you should ...
0 votes, asked Sep 01 by Nick Baker
1 answer
Revising/Rewording the fluency and appeal of my Research Paper
I am writing a Research Paper as a portion of a massive grade that will help me graduate high school. ...
Fluency Persuasive essay revision editing 0 votes, asked Sep 01 by Christopher Robinson
1 answer
Is it wrong to write "Make business of..."
Is it wrong to write "Make business of your dreams"? Im starting a business where artists, musicians (and others who ...
business makebusiness 0 votes, asked Sep 01 by jonna
1 answer
Correct use of accent
We are currently trying to name a rental villa in Bali. We want something unique so it is the only ...
accents pronounciation 0 votes, asked Sep 01 by Chris Perkins
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Which sentence is best? Please give a suggestion if needed.
The words of Alexander Pope, “Blessed is the man who expects nothing, for he shall never be disappointed” are timeless ...
0 votes, asked Sep 01 by Susan
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internal disease caused by fundamental organizational differences in the brain?
0 votes, asked Aug 31 by valerie owens
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Can you tell me the nouns in the following question? The force from the blast could be felt as far ...
0 votes, asked Aug 31 by mihirimah
6 answers
positive and negative sentences
Have you been to Goa?
0 votes, asked Aug 31 by Zeenath Mohammad
1 answer
(was used to - used to)
I used to get up early. = I don't get up early now. I was used to getting up early ...
was used to 0 votes, asked Aug 30 by eslamfarag
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Book Title without Italics
What is the proper way to reference the title of a book when you are discussing it on Facebook or ...
book title-naming facebook 0 votes, edited Aug 30 by Simone Sessler
1 answer
Hello, may I know which preposition is the correct one in this sentence. Cook over / on /at medium heat ...
0 votes, asked Aug 30 by ROZAINI AHMAD
1 answer
hi. what is difference between prefix and combining form?
0 votes, asked Aug 30 by Coşqun Qədimov
1 answer
Which preposition fits appropriately in the below sentences? 1- You can inform me Via/Through/On/Over call at 00793890. 2- He was ...
preposition 0 votes, asked Aug 30 by Natalia
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Is the comma in the correct place ?
Courtesy to others, and an assertive personality are not mutually exclusive.
0 votes, asked Aug 29 by Amanda
1 answer
Track Changes
How do I permanently delete the track changes from my document after they have been accepted? I turned in a ...
Trackchanges 0 votes, asked Aug 29 by Christy Livery
1 answer
how to use " of"
I heard Colberl said on his show: " for his own safety, get this man off of television". What is ...
0 votes, asked Aug 29 by shaoping zhou
1 answer
Formerly OR Earlier
Formerly OR earlier? Which one fits better in different situations in the below sentences? The name of our company has ...
Word Difference 0 votes, asked Aug 29 by Natalia
1 answer
English Grammar
I'm trying to translate from Italian to English . Can someone please tell me if any of this sentence make ...
english 0 votes, asked Aug 29 by comfort bassey
1 answer
use of has and have
what bingo have iln breakfast?
-1 votes, asked Aug 29 by jyoti singh
1 answer
please help i so confused in formation of wh question.either which one is correct "when did u came"or" when did ...
Wh-question 0 votes, asked Aug 29 by asaraf
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Italics or quotation marks
'The plaque was never meant to say Le Cart, but Lec Art instead!’ or 'The plaque was never meant to ...
0 votes, asked Aug 29 by Nick Baker
1 answer
voice change
See you, friend.
change the voice 0 votes, asked Aug 29 by Debashis Sarkar
1 answer
What part of speech is the word "all" in this sentence and why?
Normally, there's never anything newsworthy about my life, but that ALL changed last Thursday.
0 votes, asked Aug 29 by Zhu Qi
2 answers
Requesting through a question like May I request you to in business English
Can a request be made by way of a question in business English like "May I request you to grant ...
0 votes, asked Aug 29 by Hitesh Joshi
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If, if, if, then.
There is an educational book that lists sentence "types" for primary aged children to add variety to their writing. One ...
+1 vote, asked Aug 28 by Pete
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Help me re-word this:
Both should be implemented as soon as possible. This implementation would allow for the realization of strategic goals in the ...
0 votes, asked Aug 28 by Matt
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Can you help me change this direct narration into indirect?
Here's the passage that I need to get changed into indirect narration: "Exmyex here," I brain-waved sleepily, "who's calling please?" ...
grammar Narration 0 votes, asked Aug 28 by Lance Corby
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Is the word "to" needed?
In a magazine ad for a business reopening after a remodel: Business Name RETURNING SOON (to) Business Address Is the ...
0 votes, edited Sep 01 by Mark
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Grammar correction
Could I said " the higher grades they are, the busy schedule they have"?
0 votes, asked Aug 28 by Lily chuang
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Object pronouns n the middle of sentences
Are these sentences grammatically correct? Am I allowed to use the object pronouns in the middle of these sentences: * ...
0 votes, asked Aug 28 by Bobaloo McAdoo
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