1 answer
Plural only or possessive?
Which is correct? emerging seniors housing needs OR emerging seniors' housing needs
plural possessive 0 votes, asked Aug 26 by Barb Lepp
0 answers
can not log in
why i can not log in
-2 votes, asked Aug 26 by joe nguyen
0 answers
Convert a negative sentence to interrogative
However hard i resisted, I couldn't stop gawking. I thought the answer would be: Could i stop gawking however hard ...
0 votes, asked Aug 26 by jerome
0 answers
reported speech
Hello! How can I take this sentence into reported speech? 'Pete and Sue are getting married tomorrow,' she said.
reported speech 0 votes, asked Aug 26 by Bianka
1 answer
Please suggest below sentence is correct or not
I need leave on 30/08/2014(Saturday) because am going to my native for festival
0 votes, asked Aug 26 by saishrujan
2 answers
when to use list or lists
Is the following sentence correct: I sent them a copy of the membership directory which lists you as founder and ...
0 votes, asked Aug 26 by Pamela Stanley
0 answers
What is the grammar of the word: abandoned.
0 votes, asked Aug 26 by Juan Ortiz
2 answers
Subject Verb Agreement
OK, can someone please give me feedback on the following sentences: 1) I personally think the beer and skittles have ...
subject verb agreement 0 votes, asked Aug 25 by creztor
0 answers
perfect forms of the verbs
I lost my bus pass; I can't find it.
0 votes, asked Aug 25 by sangita singh
1 answer
Noun clause vs. Gerund!! Need help =)
Hello everyone, I came across the topic of gerund and noun clause through my recent study . From this following ...
clause noun Phrase gerunds +1 vote, asked Aug 25 by Pete
1 answer
Rearrange the sentence and identify the tense.
Have, will, been, work, crew, proficiently, the, the, doing.Tense:
0 votes, asked Aug 25 by Jason Gan
0 answers
my future home
discuss and design afuture home and write 4 sentences to descride it.
homework 0 votes, asked Aug 25 by Meshal Sures Rao
1 answer
Can I say?
Can someone say "we will both under Eiffel Tower" or is it wrong in grammar?
0 votes, asked Aug 25 by Em
1 answer
Use Prefix or Suffix:
0 votes, asked Aug 25 by Soureen
0 answers
Define "right where your supposed to be"
What does the phrase right where your suppose to be mean.
suppose 0 votes, asked Aug 25 by Tony
0 answers
Rewording a paragraph
Nenny and Esperanza don’t seem very much alike, but their differences in age and sociability mask their fundamental similarities. Nenny ...
0 votes, asked Aug 25 by Firesworth
1 answer
Use of past participles
Hi! I saw this question on my homework and I am a little confused... When the participants received their prizes ...
0 votes, asked Aug 25 by HELP!!!
1 answer
nouns used as adjectives
does "an introvert teenager" make sense or "introverted teenager" ?
0 votes, asked Aug 24 by fiona
1 answer
Answering a negative question
When asked, " So your health is still not good?", do you answer, "Yes, my health is still not good", ...
+1 vote, asked Aug 24 by Signe Swenson
2 answers
which is correct one ?
A new rise in salaries are likely. The salaries rises are likely. Are both of them true ? Thank you ...
grammer 0 votes, asked Aug 24 by İngilizce Ogren
2 answers
Which question is correct? "Who sings in/at the show?" OR " who is singing ...." or both of them are ...
+1 vote, asked Aug 24 by farid
1 answer
Should I have put "the" Samaritans, tax collectors ....
He was patient with the social outcasts – Samaritans, tax collectors, and sinners - who needed spiritual healing and redemption.
0 votes, edited Aug 24 by Susan
1 answer
Is this OK?
I've learned that patience means more than staying calm in long check-out lines.
0 votes, asked Aug 23 by Susan
1 answer
Usage of verb 'ask'
Greetings i am wondering about whether it is gramatrically correct to write : A company worker asked his boss that ...
0 votes, asked Aug 23 by IS C
1 answer
Appropriate use of Preposition..
Could you please assist with using the correct preposition in the below sentences? I am confused in using the appropriate ...
preposition 0 votes, asked Aug 23 by Natalia
0 answers
Sentence, Fragment, Run On or Comma Splice?
Are these sentences, fragments, run ons or comma splices? Thank you. 1. The nutritional value of the egg and its ...
Sentence fragment runon commasplice 0 votes, asked Aug 23 by Aislinn
1 answer
Check this word
I have written a novel. I have given title "The Amazing Publisher" Is my title grammatically correct ?
0 votes, asked Aug 22 by Chintan Mahida
1 answer
Is this sentence correct? 1.He shoots the ball into goal. Thanks.
0 votes, asked Aug 22 by May
1 answer
Is this sentence correct?1. He was scared just now because of the mouse.Thanks.
0 votes, asked Aug 22 by May
0 answers
Misjudging We all have judged a book by its cover. Thinking that it wouldn’t be worth to read because the ...
-1 votes, asked Aug 22 by Maddie
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