3 answers
defference between if and when
Which sentence sounds more proper? English is very difficult. (Cry)If you decide to buy one, plz let me know.When you've ...
if-when 0 votes, asked Oct 06 by jung marie
0 answers
Dodging a question.
What do you call someone who answers a question by asking one instead?
0 votes, asked Oct 05 by J.R
0 answers
Is it correct?
I possess none.
correction 0 votes, asked Oct 05 by Saf Shah
0 answers
You've had a question here about visitors' book and the suggestion was that it should be guest book as the ...
punctuation apostrophe 0 votes, asked Oct 05 by Vally P
1 answer
whats wrong with this sentence?
In order for Birdie Edwards to be successful on his mission to take the "Eminent Order of Freeman down, he ...
0 votes, asked Oct 05 by jhidi
0 answers
English 11
Dangling Modifiers: Rewrite the following sentences to remove the dangling modifiers. 1. Listening, the announcement is heard clearly by me. ...
0 votes, asked Oct 05 by Worthy Conqueror
3 answers
Correct form
Is it correct to say let's go surf instead of let's go surfing?
grammar correct 0 votes, asked Oct 04 by Fratelli Mamaia
1 answer
Quotation marks
I have come upon sentences where there is a break in the quotation, like: "Well, you see" - he looked ...
quotation 0 votes, asked Oct 04 by Siahara
1 answer
word play
My daughter is doing a report on dolphins She is wanting to use the word dolphin to break down the ...
0 votes, asked Oct 04 by Erica Ogle
1 answer
sentenc structure: Is the use of comma in this statement correct
. Moreover, evaluating the causal factors of stress, such as long-term exposure to poor SES conditions, and the associated illnesses ...
0 votes, asked Oct 04 by
1 answer
Apostrophe usage
My name is Grace and I have set up a facepainting business called Graces Faces, should it be Graces or ...
0 votes, asked Oct 04 by Grace Allanson
1 answer
Simple Past + doing (vs) Present Perfect + doing
Hi, 1.) He started fishing. 2.) He has started fishing. I think you could add a specific time to sentence ...
simplepast presentperfect 0 votes, asked Oct 04 by Joseph Jinkins
0 answers
pronouns in introductory dependent clauses
I seem to remember a rule that if you use an introductory dependent clause, all the pronouns in it have ...
grammar pronouns 0 votes, asked Oct 04 by Learafyn
1 answer
difference between "any" and "all", and "or" and "and"
One does not have to register if he does not engage in any of the following activities: 1) A; or ...
0 votes, asked Oct 04 by neal hall
1 answer
Usage of definite/indefinite article while describing what smth is
Hello. I am very confused if I understand the differences between these two examples correctly: 1) This is a reason ...
article a the describing is 0 votes, asked Oct 04 by Николай Комолов
1 answer
Hi, I / He are both singular, so as far as I know, it should be followed by singular verd ...
0 votes, asked Oct 04 by Rohi Pokharel
1 answer
`get exploited` meaning
I`ve sent a letter to a person with which I made some project. In haste I wrote: ``I got exploited ...
0 votes, asked Oct 03 by Adam
1 answer
Extraordinaire or Extraordinaires?
Which is correct? Bakers Extraordinaire or Bakers Extraordinaires? Thank you!!!
plural Plurals 0 votes, asked Oct 03 by Ness
2 answers
Pronoun usage
What do you call using "I" to talk about someone else? To use "you" to talk about yourself?
pronoun Usage 0 votes, asked Oct 03 by hayess
2 answers
Single subject, and plural nonessential noun, verb (should it be sing/plural ?)
Today, the study, and even the general reading and viewing public, has (OR HAVE?) gone beyond....etc.
0 votes, asked Oct 03 by donna
2 answers
Pronunciation of certain words in english
Hello I was wondering if you could advise on whether or not there are grammar rules that can help with ...
0 votes, asked Oct 03 by Nicola McDonnell
1 answer
how can u add question tag to these types of sentences
Be a little humble
0 votes, asked Oct 03 by Sangam Yadav
1 answer
Active vs. passive voice
Why is "sell" in the phrase "sell like hot cakes" never passive?
Verbs 0 votes, asked Oct 03 by Terry
3 answers
Framing of sentence
Is the sentence 'someone has broke open the lock' correct?
+1 vote, asked Oct 02 by Khalid Faridi
0 answers
What is wrong with this sentence
Aaron paused the stream of images to lament on that picture. MS Word says that there is something wrong with ...
0 votes, asked Oct 02 by Laura Richerson
1 answer
dynamic or dynamics?
Should I write 'molecular dynamics simulations' or 'molecular dynamic simulations'? I googled a bit and I observed both terms, sometimes ...
+1 vote, asked Oct 02 by Karen
2 answers
is this sentence correct?
1. Can we have this started on Monday?
+1 vote, asked Oct 01 by Jim Reed
1 answer
Past perfect passive
I recently saw a sentence that said this: "The treasure had been found." In this sentence, is found acting as ...
0 votes, asked Oct 01 by Jack Morais
0 answers
compound adjectives
compound adjectives with -
0 votes, asked Oct 01 by Hassan Miassar
1 answer
past or present
is the verb "to teach" past or present?
past or present +2 votes, asked Oct 01 by Lynn Boness
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