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theme position
This is a small,half ruined farmhouse It is ten miles from the nearest town. It is sorrounded by moorland inhabited ...
0 votes, asked Dec 03 by Kcassie LaNyas
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How do I get Grammarly to work on my computer at work?
I work at a university. I orginally downloaded Grammarly at home on my home computer. How do I get the ...
-1 votes, asked Dec 03 by Laura Lee bixler
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Clause or phrase?
The following is a Grammarly article that describes time designators, such as, "In 1989," as "introductory clauses:" Missing Comma After ...
clause Phrase +1 vote, asked Dec 02 by Ron Krueger
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You screwed me out of $139.00
I'm giving you 24 hours to return my money. We cancelled the trial account within the allotted time, you still ...
0 votes, asked Dec 02 by brian s jackson
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Adverbs
Hello. While doing exercises from English grammar about adverbs I found few sentences that I have some questions. Could someone ...
0 votes, asked Dec 02 by klovi
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Word Choice between "wasn't" and "weren't"
In the following sentence: "When she'd found out their kind weren't as appealing as she'd hoped...." The correct word choice, ...
was were Word choice 0 votes, asked Dec 02 by Michael Scott
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the house was very quiet when i got home. every body had gone or went to bed
The house was very quiet when I got home. I Every body had gone or went to bed
0 votes, asked Dec 02 by Maha Ardah
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passive voice of imperative sentences
What would be the passive voice of the following sentence?? 1) Get out of the room (Active voice)
0 votes, asked Dec 02 by Ghulamdada16
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Opposite of Selfish
Sharing is commonly used at home to indicate being generous especially among children. Is it gramatically correct to say that ...
0 votes, asked Dec 02 by Dipo
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Article THE and WORD ORDER
I am confused with the use of the article THE and word orther. In this example, what is correct to ...
omit the Word order -1 votes, edited Dec 04 by Gerardo
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cause and result
Hello sorry for disturbing, I have a question Please, answer me as soon as possible. The bird gathered dried grass ...
+1 vote, asked Dec 02 by Samira Valiyeva
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I really miss that moment
"i really miss those moments" or "i really miss that moments" which is grammaticaly correct
0 votes, asked Dec 02 by Saai
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go or going everyday to beach on friday
correct or incorrect
0 votes, asked Dec 02 by aqeel
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"he" vs. "him"
I'm writing a short story and am a grammar nazi, so it shames me to have to ask about this ...
he him 0 votes, asked Dec 02 by Autumn
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is this sentence correct?
Can you put a positive and a negative command in the same sentence? For example, can you say: "Don't go ...
0 votes, asked Dec 02 by Kim
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allday
I slept early yesterday
0 votes, asked Dec 01 by Hassan Skizoo
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since or as
I frequently hear people using "as" when I think they should be using "since". Is there a rule for when ...
grammar Word-choice 0 votes, asked Dec 01 by Jody Lee Kelly
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we are using "is" with present cotinuous and is +past participle. but in my question is it right?
the door is open- is this correct?
0 votes, asked Dec 01 by saru
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Is any of these forms correct ?
I didn't like playing gridiron. I didn't like to play gridiron.
0 votes, asked Dec 01 by trybu
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Grammer (Negative)
Mother lets her daughter cook their food"(Negative)
0 votes, asked Dec 01 by Omar
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Verbals
Angee opted for learning. Is this under DIRECT OBJECT? :) Please respond as soon as possible. Thank you!
0 votes, asked Dec 01 by Angeline Mae Amsid
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Can second clause of two Independent clauses have an implied I?
Hello, Is the second clause in the sentence below an independent clause with an implied "I"? Thanks, Steve I swam ...
Clauses independent comma 0 votes, asked Dec 01 by Steve
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Possession with multiple items
I'm building a ticketing systems and had a question regarding grammar. Our contracting company typed in the system and option ...
0 votes, asked Nov 30 by Nic Ladas
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'No' + [Plural noun] + [verb]: ambiguous meaning?
I am wondering if the following sentence has an ambiguous meaning: "No hugs are better than homework." Here are two ...
plural no ambiguity 0 votes, asked Nov 30 by anon445
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how to convert the described sentence to question
President Obama is the 44th president of the united states of america, now how do I ask a qustion witch ...
questions 0 votes, asked Nov 30 by Sina Parvizi
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the sentence is to be changed into present continuous
The lady coughed when i entered the room
0 votes, asked Nov 30 by surya shre
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Tone and mood
Is tone and mood the same? Can a story have a different tone and different mood? (Ex: the tone was ...
0 votes, asked Nov 29 by jim tran
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Should the noun preceding the phrase "of both" be singular or plural?
Is it correct to say "Please give the title of both your speech and your book" or "Please give the ...
singular plural both Phrase +1 vote, asked Nov 29 by Celeste Behe
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Change the voice
Spoken English classes conducted. What is the active voice of the sentence?
-1 votes, asked Nov 29 by MITHRA R NAIR
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do i use preposition from after leave
do i use preposition from after leave
0 votes, asked Nov 29 by Rana Dey
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