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Usage of fast/quickly/quick/soon as possible
Hi experts! I have the following question: Are all the following options acceptable? Tom promised that he would return the ...
fast quickly soon 0 votes, asked May 11 by James
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Punctuation.
What is the differentiation between the quotation marks used for actual spoken words and words that are musings of the ...
0 votes, asked May 10 by Lou Watson
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Grammar
I need help on these 3 sentences. 1. I start work at 9:00. ( Is this grammatically correct?) In this ...
start work +1 vote, asked May 10 by Jonathan Lara
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Word choice, use. Sincerely.
Can I use sincerely in a negative way. "I sincerely worry about the future." Or is there a word that ...
ly adjective sincerely help wordchoice +1 vote, asked May 10 by Danika
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Improving temper
if something improves your temper, does it do a good thing or a bad one?
temper 0 votes, asked May 10 by Mustafa Gokcan
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reply of question using "IF"
If someone says " If you really want to play football then i will come to your home" Second person ...
if question 0 votes, asked May 10 by elyaas
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What's the difference?
-He's known to come. If he weren't , he wouldn't have to complain.-He was known to come. If he hadn't ...
0 votes, asked May 10 by Mostafa Elrefaie
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Does this sentence make sense?
I live outcast in segregation Does this makes sense?
sense Sentence 0 votes, asked May 10 by JhWOLFJh
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Present tense verb in past tense question without e.g. "would" or "should"?
Dear Internet, I am an English-language learner who has spent the last two days agonising over whether a certain way ...
+1 vote, asked May 10 by Anton Bjork
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converter active to passive
1- He expected us to ofter him the job.2- They showed her the eastier way to do it.3- Lightning struck ...
active to passive help Thanks +1 vote, asked May 10 by Maria
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Adverbs
When did it become acceptable to drop the " ly" from adverbs? Hearing it is worse than listening to fingernails ...
adverbs 0 votes, asked May 10 by Martha Matisa
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phrase
What does the phrase head to aid mean
0 votes, asked May 10 by Jayanta Kumar Saikia
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phrase
What does the phrase head to aid mean
0 votes, asked May 10 by Jayanta Kumar Saikia
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Grammar
who is ready? I or ne?
0 votes, asked May 10 by Sara
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confusing grammar issues
A clerk taking cash from a customer and not entering it in the cash register. Here's my question: how and ...
grammar 0 votes, asked May 10 by Adam
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mothers'
Happy mothers' day
+1 vote, asked May 10 by yamqhcicah dgayflor
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Unsure
Does The most comfortable sweater i have to sleep with makes sense or isit sleep in
0 votes, asked May 09 by Kate
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Can I use Rect as the shorting of Rectangle?
I have made a mobile game. It is a game containing many rectangle elements. Its original title is Rectangle Pushers. ...
Abbreviation 0 votes, asked May 09 by T L
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is this APA format correct
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2012). Parent engagement: Strategies for involving parents in school health. Atlanta, GA: U.S. Department ...
0 votes, asked May 09 by Zach Kinninger
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Far from + ADJ?
As far as I know, following "far from" must be "something" or "being something". However, I found an example illustrating ...
far-from +1 vote, asked May 09 by Hana Nguyễn
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CORRECT VERB
Which is correct: If a school were permitted to have only one training, this is the one! or If a ...
+1 vote, asked May 09 by Teresa Vaughn
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Who or whom
Should I use who or whom in the following sentence? "She is a funny person who/whom I think would be ...
whom +1 vote, asked May 08 by Sofia
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Correct apostrophe usage
All the examples I can find in regards to correct apostrophe usage alsways have the noun that is being possessed ...
apostrophe 0 votes, asked May 08 by Mike
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Drop by
Can you say 'I might drop by at your office'?
+1 vote, asked May 08 by Kethaki
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differences in two sentences
its me, you all are misunderstood. its me,you all have misunderstood. which sentence is correct??
0 votes, asked May 08 by Chandani
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children books vs children's books
This question was based off of a dialogue about a girl who had a box of children's books. Q: What's ...
0 votes, asked May 08 by Rachel
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Agreement of Verb with the Subject
Once I had the opportunity to witness the warm welcome that the two American ministers ____________ (was/were)given in Paris.
was-were 0 votes, asked May 08 by Suchetana Sen
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A vote or votes: subject and noun agreement
I heard people saying they cast their vote to that proposal. Should they say they cast their votes?
subject noun agreement 0 votes, asked May 08 by Yena Ahn
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Which is correct?
Hi there! Could anyone tell me which one is correct and why? 1) The length of neither of the sides ...
either neither 0 votes, edited May 08 by Abdul Quadir
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you've vs you
"If you've ever had..." vs "If you ever had..." Which is the correct way to say it?
+1 vote, asked May 08 by Beth
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