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Grammar
Which one is coorect while using in sentence: "IN an average" or "ON an average"
0 votes, asked Aug 17 by Aly
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Grammar check
We are at cooking
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to wear someone away
Please what's the meaning of " to wear someone away". I found it in this sentence: Mr. Crosby is a ...
0 votes, asked Aug 16 by Djahane Samarcande
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How do I save the changhes I m
how do I save the changes I make? When I return to the document no changes have been saved and ...
0 votes, asked Aug 16 by Frank Daley
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is it right?
I had a fleeting glance at your website
0 votes, asked Aug 16 by Mit
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active to passive
1) I saw him opening the box. 2) Do you understand my meaning? 3) They called him a fool
0 votes, asked Aug 16 by banita
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'History of Job Application' OR 'Job Application History' ?
Hi everyone, My name is Sal. I'm a student and working on my English transation homework. Scenario : I have ...
0 votes, asked Aug 16 by sal
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Grammar use
using ' about and present continuous tense.
0 votes, asked Aug 16 by Ko Thargyi
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af
The article by Barros (2007) provides various insights about business process architecture linking it with different industry and functional needs.
0 votes, asked Aug 16 by ankith
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Grammar
Would you please address (and help stomp out) the egregious -- and unfortunately, increasingly common -- use of "to not"? ...
0 votes, asked Aug 16 by G Setters
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Past participle construction
Are the following two sentences both acceptable, is only one acceptable, or is one preferred? If both are acceptable, I ...
grammar 0 votes, asked Aug 15 by Diana Burke
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When you come or came
My friend texted me this. When you came over do you want to go swimming stright away or play out ...
grammer 0 votes, edited Aug 17 by dats deprogrammer
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The omission of "is"
"They find it ___ appropriate to ...." Can we omit "is"?
omit is 0 votes, asked Aug 15 by Billy
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Usage
Willoughby heard about Marianne's marriage to Colonel Brandon with considerable headache. But he was not the kind of man to ...
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Use of Unless
study hard now or you will regret. Begin : Unless........
0 votes, asked Aug 15 by NUPUR ROY
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Differences in Grammar Textbooks?
Hi all, I have a couple of general grammar questions hopefully someone can clear up for me. As I've been ...
Verbs language participle +1 vote, asked Aug 14 by Francesca
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Should I use "by" or "at" His words?
People came from near and far to hear His teachings and were astounded by His words.
0 votes, asked Aug 14 by Susan
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Comma usage
Is the comma here correct - or should it be a semi-colon? His view would be endorsed by most, the ...
0 votes, asked Aug 14 by Miranda
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Usage
). When though is used with a verb in the subjunctive mood (expressing doubt, a condition contrary-to-fact, a wish, a ...
0 votes, asked Aug 14 by Sanjay
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subject verb agreement
Q: between you and me neither of us is correct my doubt is whether its "us are correct" or "us ...
0 votes, asked Aug 14 by dexter
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Supply question tags to the following sentences:
Kindly check them are they right ? 1. She has got the highest mark, ................... ? 2. The boys have ...
question tag 0 votes, asked Aug 14 by Nikki
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Grammar, words correctly spelt however missing a letter , eg an "s"
Hi can you help with the below grammar problem? Example- I was wondering how many time it will take me ...
0 votes, edited Aug 16 by Greg
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why it is used of present perfect form?
Many of his inventions have been in the area of artificial intelligence.
1 0 votes, asked Aug 14 by isaac
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Spotting Possible Errors
"In those times almost everyone knew how to handle a horse. Today, fewer people learn to ride and even fewer ...
0 votes, asked Aug 14 by Ateendriya Gupta
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Making reference to a corporation whose name starts with "The"
A corporation's name is "The Richard Ford Foundation." When referring to the corporation, which is correct? I want to talk ...
0 votes, asked Aug 14 by Patrick Castonguay
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Complete sentences
Is "watch out for the cat" a complete sentence ?
0 votes, asked Aug 14 by Lane Miller
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grammar
Is "Thanks for wasting your time on me." correct?
0 votes, asked Aug 14 by Krystel
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vocabulary
What is it called when someone does something illeage, then have there charges dropped, because the crime was for the ...
exonerated aquitted 0 votes, asked Aug 13 by Stephan Cunningham
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countable and uncountable differ
is this way the only way that countable and uncountable (count and non-count) nouns differ? We use many/few for countable ...
countable Uncountable 0 votes, asked Aug 13 by Hussain AL-Ghawi
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comma after asterisk or before?
Is this sentence correct? Because there are more than 15,000 FCC-licensed radio stations in the United States**, there are numerous ...
0 votes, asked Aug 13 by elsa
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