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Conditional sentences – type II
#1 If he would play fair, we would ask him to be on the team. Is this conditional sentence grammatically ...
0 votes, asked Mar 21 by tarun sharma
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Usage
If not for the courage of this milk vendor, a woman would have lost her a gold chain. Where is ...
0 votes, edited Mar 21 by Sanjay
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Grammar
What do you call two words which are used synonymously? eg Loss aversion and risk aversion
0 votes, asked Mar 21 by YASHODHAN KHARE
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What is the role of the second comma in this example?
Comma AFTER coordinating conjunction? "A defining, restrictive, clause is one that is essential to the sense of the sentence. " ...
0 votes, edited Mar 21 by 2.10.ha.mon
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Grammar
Which is correct: Why we are unable to buy the dip ? OR Why are we unable to buy the ...
0 votes, asked Mar 21 by YASHODHAN KHARE
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Please Correct this Phrase
If any new friends comes in your life،you have forgotten your old friends.If you says they are not forgotten,than their ...
+1 vote, asked Mar 21 by Hassan Raza
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Is it proper to use I or me in the dependent clause noted below.
In this sentence, should the last pronoun be I or me? "In heaven. Taking time for myself, just the wildflowers ...
0 votes, asked Mar 21 by Sara Schroeder
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Grammarly vs Turnitin
I have used grammarly for years and know I have a professor saying that according to Turnitin I have 37% ...
0 votes, asked Mar 21 by Jennifer Wylie
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Comma Usage
When a dependent clause follows an independent clause, when should a comma be used to separate them? Here are a ...
0 votes, asked Mar 21 by sean
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Noun
Which fragment is grammatically correct: 1) Rotational deformity bilateral 5th toe 2) Rotational deformity bilateral 5th toes
noun 0 votes, asked Mar 21 by Stylissima
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For answerers - about the many questions that go unanswered through no fault of our own
Patty, Lewis et al., I mentioned this before, but I now realize it is a far bigger problem than I ...
+1 vote, edited Mar 20 by Shawn Mooney
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Which sentence is correct? My sister walks more rapidly than any other members of my family. or My sister walks ...
0 votes, asked Mar 20 by Robert Butler
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infinitives
My routine is to get up early. Go to work, check the equipment. Mybe play with them.
routine 0 votes, asked Mar 20 by Silvia
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What is wrong in this sentence?
We will recieve some work across on Friday.
0 votes, asked Mar 20 by Sourabh
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Noun form of the verb "enfold"
Hi all, Can anyone tell me what the noun of "enfold"/"enfolding" would be? (I.e., the object that is 'enfolded'). I ...
grammar verb noun 0 votes, asked Mar 20 by Asa Skinner
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Punctuation
Which is correct please?Proud to print booksorProud to print book's
0 votes, asked Mar 20 by Adrian Green
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MY BUSINESS IS INCORPORATED DO I NEED LIABILITY INSURANCE?
I am a business owner and my business is incorporated do I need liability insurance?
-1 votes, asked Mar 20 by MaryLinda
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english: basic grammer
Why most. Nigeria language is stress syllabues rather than time stress.
0 votes, asked Mar 20 by marytreasure
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What tenses should be used after the word "after"?
What tenses should be used after the word "after"? For example: Three fireman needed hospital treatment after inhaling poisonous fumes. ...
0 votes, edited Mar 20 by Rosa
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Usage
I came across a sentence in one of montly English magazines. Here is the sentence. Is he going somewhere and ...
0 votes, asked Mar 20 by Sanjay
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could please give me pewee oretha numbers
could you please give me oretha and pewee numbers?
0 votes, asked Mar 20 by Makundu Fallah
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Sentence Labeling/Diagramming
I ran into this sentence in class today: Learning to work with others isn't always easy. I know that "learning" ...
gerund phrases 0 votes, asked Mar 20 by Tom
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Verb agreement
"This does not mean that I will not continue to be a mentor. I will still continue to be so ...
0 votes, asked Mar 20 by Vinod k
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Plural nouns used as adjectives in British English
"Drugs policy" is UK-English. "Drug policy" is US-English. Is this a unique case in British English or do people really ...
0 votes, asked Mar 19 by Nancy du Plessis
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"Resource" as domain ending
Hello! I have a question regarding the word "resource" as a domain ending. I want to set up a domain ...
domain resource native 0 votes, asked Mar 19 by Blablebliblu
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Inversion Adjective & somewhat
Consdering the following sentence: I can take one colourful example, involving the somewhat esoteric subject a statutory scheme designed to ...
inversion somewhat adjective 0 votes, asked Mar 19 by alan
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Usage
How is the word 'worth' different from 'worthy'?
0 votes, asked Mar 19 by Mrigna
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changing sentance to a question ?
when to use DOES and DID when changing a sentence to a question ?
0 votes, asked Mar 19 by Elizabeth
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Press release
Should I say, "media doesn't see," or "media don't see?"
0 votes, asked Mar 19 by Diana Williams Williams
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Is this sentence ok?
I'm using two different spell checkers. One keeps underlining the verb "ascribe" the other one doesn't. Is this sentence ok? ...
0 votes, asked Mar 19 by Stephanie
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