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verb forms
1.we -----(know)each other for a long time.
0 votes, asked Nov 06 by bablee sinha
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Affect vs effect
Recently I wrote an email to a co-worker with the word 'affect' in it. She responded that the word should ...
0 votes, asked Nov 06 by Brooke
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is this sentence correct?
in oxford vocab. book (basic- unit : i can go around by bus) there is a sentence which says: how ...
grammar 0 votes, asked Nov 06 by rayhane
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Starting a question with, "One question I have is"
Sometimes, it is necessary to start a discussion with a question, as a way to introduce the topic. Often, this ...
questions punctuation 0 votes, asked Nov 06 by Edmond Young
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Comma before that/which (special case)
Hello, I have a question regarding commas before that/which. Example sentence: "The coordinates of the city, that/which lies south of ...
comma which that 0 votes, asked Nov 06 by jel
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english
what is wrong with this sentence? Majority of college graduates fail too start their job search soon enough.
0 votes, asked Nov 06 by Ashley Monay Gaddis
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find mistake
Find the mistake 1-The two things are equally good . there is nothing to lose between. 2-don't worry ,everything grows ...
-1 votes, asked Nov 06 by Mohamed Ibrahem
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adjective phrase help
Fill in the blanks with suitable adjective phrase1) Listen to the sound__________2)She is a woman___________3) The verdict________ was in his ...
adjective Phrase help -1 votes, asked Nov 06 by Priya Sharma
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Realtive clause 'whose' subject/object question
According to my grammar book: 1. When I looked through the window I saw a girl whose beauty took my ...
0 votes, asked Nov 06 by Selena
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Should this be "throught" or "in?"
Let us be thankful that Jesus will be with us through every trial we face.
0 votes, asked Nov 06 by Susan
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Is this correct?
"I came in second in a fishing contest" My question is about the word "in" Q: Can I use the ...
preposition 0 votes, asked Nov 05 by tommi
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tenses
he has killed a snake (change into past)
0 votes, asked Nov 05 by noor us sahar
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The correct verb: Should the answer be 'is' or 'are'?
It is you who __ to be blamed.
0 votes, asked Nov 05 by Jose Varghese
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Gerund or participle
I am looking forward to .......(see) you? The question is: May I use "see" in the gerund form or in ...
Verbs 0 votes, asked Nov 05 by Rupesh
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was or were with hour
can we use are with the word hour
0 votes, asked Nov 05 by aro
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learning grammar and punctuation
Where can I get a quick refresher on proper grammar, punctuation and spelling rules? I am really frustrated with my ...
grammar refresher punctuation spelling 0 votes, asked Nov 05 by sissy
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adjective usage
How can i verify verb + noun + adjective or verb + noun + to be+adjective ex. make it accessible ...
0 votes, asked Nov 05 by 박주진
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apostrophe s
Thank you so much Lewis for your response, but I'm still wondering if you can add 's after a common ...
0 votes, asked Nov 04 by Kim
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have to do smth
Have I to do smth? Is it correct?
have to do 0 votes, asked Nov 04 by Lilit
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pronouns
Is the word "these" sometimes the object of a preposition? When?
Prepositions 0 votes, asked Nov 04 by Debbie
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Use of "The" in company/organization name when used as possessive noun
Can I drop "The" from the name of a company/organization when using it as a possessive noun? For example: A ...
0 votes, asked Nov 04 by Sarah Herder
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change the following sentences into indirect speech
ramesh commented,"the place looked so different ten years ago"
0 votes, asked Nov 04 by Venkat Jyothi
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Can you say...
The school's big. Meaning "The school is big." Can you use 's = is after any noun OR can you ...
0 votes, asked Nov 04 by Kim
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idiomatic usage
I pulled the brakes. OR I pulled at the brakes. What's the correct usage.
idiom is-my-sentence-correct Usage 0 votes, asked Nov 04 by Divyanshu Sharma
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's=is
Can you say, "The book's heavy." meaning "The book is heavy."
0 votes, asked Nov 04 by Kim
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conjunction
She can wear either the pink or the blue dress to the party. She can wear either the pink dress ...
+1 vote, asked Nov 04 by Nang
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What object does the prepositional phrase modify?
For the sentence: "Company XYZ provides a matching contribution of 50¢ for each $1.00 you save up to 10% of ...
PrepositionalPhrases 0 votes, edited Nov 04 by AB
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Making Subject and Verb Agree
What is the correct way to phrase this sentence:Either of these streets runs to the river.OREither of these streets run ...
0 votes, asked Nov 03 by Billie Padilla
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Are Arrival and Arrivals the same word
I want to know if arrival and arrivals the same word
same words arrival 0 votes, asked Nov 03 by Angel Montoya
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There is or there are?
Which is correct?There is a blackboard and a chair. OrThere are a blackboard and a chair? I'd appreciate your help ...
there is-are plural singular 0 votes, asked Nov 03 by Bmk13
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