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where i shall be visiting next week
correct the sentence
correct 0 votes, asked Dec 26 '15 by priya joshi
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Sentence is correct or not
Hi Need to know if this phrase is correct or not - 'the question doesn't dignify my answer' ?
Usage grammar Phrase Sentence correct 0 votes, asked Dec 08 '15 by Abdul Khan
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Paragraph
Kinly check the following and corrct any mistakes please . Drop by drop, a small river becomes a sea... Hand ...
grammar vocabulary paragraph correct 0 votes, asked Dec 08 '15 by Oussama Mahroug
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Outdanced or Out danced
Hello! I have a question about the word "outdanced"--as in, "he outdanced everyone else at the prom" or "I will ...
verb correct two words outdance 0 votes, asked Nov 28 '15 by meaganearthur
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Correct my english please.
HI, i'm french. I've tried to translate in english a short text. But i'm not sure at all about the ...
software correct 0 votes, asked Nov 15 '15 by Jocelyn Herard
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Grammatical error
They took rest after eating. Is this sentence is grammatically correct?
correct 0 votes, asked Oct 22 '15 by Rashmi Ranjan Aich Rashmiranjan@gmail.com
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"On" or "over"
I would like to know which is correct: "The alarm clock cried the time OVER the carved nightstand" or "The ...
on over grammar correct 0 votes, asked Sep 20 '15 by Flaísa Tárcila
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The amount of people who have registered for this course is so high that two section will be created
The amount of people who have registered for this course is so high that two section will be created
is this Sentence correct 0 votes, asked Aug 28 '15 by Luky Zykei Williams
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companywide or company-wide or company wide
So which is it: companywide, company-wide, or company wide? I believe "companywide" is correct and I have seen it used ...
correct Word spelling 0 votes, asked Aug 21 '15 by Patrick
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Correct wedding invitation wording - to or with?
Mr. and Mrs. X request the pleasure of your company at the marriage of their daughter X TO OR WITH ...
wedding Invite correct to with 0 votes, asked Aug 11 '15 by Mixedpoem
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Which is correct?
Which do you think is correct? 1. The winners are __________ full-tuition scholarships. a. award b. awarded c. awarding d. ...
correct form 0 votes, asked Jul 18 '15 by 동석 최
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Which sentence is correct?
Which sentence is correct? The population praises Nat just as much for his creativity as for his kindness. The population ...
which Sentence is correct +1 vote, asked Jun 10 '15 by PJ12345
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Is it correctly to say?
Hello, can you please help me Is it correctly to say: I always buy stuff via (with, in, or how ...
correct how-to-say 0 votes, asked May 11 '15 by Esteban Wade
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Grammatically correct phrases
Is th phrase "no, but seriously" grammatically correct?
no But seriously correct grammar 0 votes, asked Mar 10 '15 by Alyssa
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Is this sentence grammatically correct/make sense?
Exactly as the title says. "My parents possessed the language trifecta under their belts; fluent in Spanish, Cantonese, and Mandarin." ...
Sentence grammar correct sense 0 votes, asked Dec 21 '14 by Angel Chang
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Correct form of the verb
Write the correct form of the verb in the bracket: While I was studying, I didn't think about work and ...
Verbs tense correct form 0 votes, asked Dec 06 '14 by cotos
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is my sentence correct
Hi. I want to know if the sentence, "We provide premium tv shows, with more than one million subscribers" is ...
correct incorrect 0 votes, asked Oct 27 '14 by Neth Neth
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Correct form
Is it correct to say let's go surf instead of let's go surfing?
grammar correct 0 votes, asked Oct 04 '14 by Fratelli Mamaia
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Correct word
Please assist about chosing the appropriate word to be used in the below setences ? Please be precise in your ...
correct 0 votes, asked Aug 16 '14 by Natalia
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plurization of common and proper nouns
Common nouns are both countable and uncountable, but proper nouns, with some exceptions, are uncountable. Is this correct? Please help ...
correct 0 votes, asked Aug 05 '14 by Aslam Khan
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Is this sentence correct?
Adrian Cola Rienzi born Krishna Deonarine changed his name because the name "Cola Rienzi" was that of a 14th century ...
grammatically correct or incorrect 0 votes, asked Jun 12 '14 by Happy
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Bring or take?
Should I say 'Bring your things back home' or 'Take your things back home' talking to someone who, in that ...
bring take Verbs correct use 0 votes, asked May 13 '14 by Manuela
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I've broken my arm or I broke my arm.
I figured that present perfect is used when there's a connection to the present. So for instance if someone asks ...
correct tense sentance 0 votes, asked Oct 21 '13 by ferka1
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Correct
The next year we got married
correct 0 votes, asked Sep 16 '13 by bo.98eer
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Why is this sentence grammatically correct?
I know it is, but I need help explaining why... She’d abandoned her partying days a long time ago, but ...
drink drank drunk correct why 0 votes, asked Sep 04 '13 by MM
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Passed or past
I'm a little confused about which is the right word to use in the sentences below. I have been looking ...
correct Word 0 votes, asked Aug 27 '13 by Lee
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correct text
I am writing in order to appeal against the negative decision that has been taken in regard of my bachelor’s ...
correct text -1 votes, asked Jun 22 '13 by riad
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what word and why
Hi, I am having a little difficulty with this sentence and hope someone can help. The sound was terrifying and ...
words correct Usage 0 votes, asked May 14 '13 by Lee
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Correct word usage
I was wondering if anyone could tell me what the correct or appropriate word would be to use in this ...
correct Word Usage 0 votes, asked May 07 '13 by Lee
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Does this sentence make sense
"Conflict arrises when (event/person)" "Conflict arose when (event/person)" thanks, Cambel
is-my-sentence-correct Sentence correct check help 0 votes, asked Apr 03 '13 by Cambel McGregor-Fernee
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