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Can I say "I am only living once"?
I'm not very good at english (not my main language) and would like to know if I can say "I ...
live help grammar 0 votes, asked Oct 18 by littlebird
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subject-verb agreement
Which is correct: 1. Savings is a piece of cake. or 2. Savings are a piece of cake. I am ...
grammar subject-verb 0 votes, asked Oct 17 by OWFGcreative
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Grammar and usage of 'bout'
Is saying 'endless bout of...' wrong? I thought I had heard it but I can't seem to find it anywhere. ...
grammar Usage 0 votes, asked Oct 16 by maugrammar
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The number of plural things of other plural things.
Hello. I'm always confused to interpret a sentence like this below: "My parents have engage rings." Which conprehension is correct ...
grammar 0 votes, asked Oct 16 by mechRaY
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Is this sentence grammatically correct?
She was must to wear formal clothes.
grammar tense 0 votes, asked Oct 15 by Marcin Baranowski
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is it grammatically correct to say
Tonight, I'm off dinner time/night time/night shift/second shift.(as a restaurant waiter)
grammar 0 votes, asked Oct 15 by Saf Shah
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Share vs Share In
I am currently writing my wedding invitations and unsure about the grammar in one sentence. The portion of the sentence ...
vs wedding sentence-fragment grammar 0 votes, asked Oct 15 by Clare
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Betting- how does this read
You should start Thompson and Cromwell. I will bet u $20 u dont do that all year.
grammar 0 votes, asked Oct 08 by chad
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grammar doubt
"the last date to submit your article is "the" 20th october 2014". in this sentence, is it right to use ...
grammar 0 votes, asked Oct 08 by jai
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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 by Fratelli Mamaia
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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
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A sentence from architectural book.
Hey All, This sentence is so confusing to me. " Yet the very mechanics whom Ware credited with creating sound ...
Architecture grammar ESL Sentence english 0 votes, asked Sep 22 by luke
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Who or Whom?
Could anyone help me with this sentence? I'm not sure if I should use 'who' or 'whom' and the reason ...
who whom grammar Sentence 0 votes, asked Sep 18 by Sierra
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Grammar..
Could you please review the below contents if are grammatically OK? I know there are no employees here, but need ...
grammar 0 votes, asked Sep 18 by Natalia
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Since my employ vs since my employment
Which is correct? 1. since my employ 2. since my employment. i've been told that employ is used by american ...
grammar gramma punctuation 0 votes, asked Sep 12 by raj
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Excessive commas? I also cannot tell if my intro lead is in the present tense, despite being active
A 45 year old Queens Park man is in a critical condition after crashing his Holden utility through the Welshpool ...
grammar commas tenses journalism punctuation 0 votes, asked Sep 11 by Kelly Bailey
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I'm not sure if my sentence makes sense and/or is grammatically correct?
These freedoms can be as simple as saying “The Pledge of Allegiance” or they can be of a higher importance ...
question Sentence grammar 0 votes, edited Sep 03 by Jenny Nguyen
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intolerant
Hi, I'm looking for advice on how to use "intolerant" in a sentence. The following examples *sound* correct to me: ...
grammar +1 vote, asked Sep 02 by Sabrina Smith
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Can you help me change this direct narration into indirect?
Here's the passage that I need to get changed into indirect narration: "Exmyex here," I brain-waved sleepily, "who's calling please?" ...
grammar Narration 0 votes, asked Aug 28 by Lance Corby
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Is this sentence correct? If not, what's the alternative?
Some context: I was talking to a friend, telling him about my day and one of the things that I ...
grammar Sentence correction -1 votes, asked Aug 18 by Impecunious
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Proper punctuation: bulleted list, dashes and commas
When making a bulleted list of names with a request after each name, which is the appropriate way to separate ...
grammar punctuation 0 votes, asked Aug 10 by Anne Stoneberger
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Grammar
Is beautifully healthy body grammatically correct in regards to a blog or website? Example: beautifullyhealthybody.blog.com
grammar 0 votes, asked Aug 06 by Felicia
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Reductions
HiI've written a sentence using "reductions"; I'm wondering whether it's right: "Returning home from work, entirely fatigued, one finds home ...
grammar 0 votes, asked Jul 31 by meysam
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Which sentence is grammatically correct?
Which sentence is grammatically correct? Or maybe both? Sentence 1: The employee has updated. Please allow up to 30 mins ...
grammar 0 votes, asked Jul 28 by always90s
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Omission of verb
The following sentences have been taken fromCAMBRIDGE IELTS 4. "These observations are generally consistentwith our previous studies of pupils' views ...
grammar 0 votes, edited Jul 28 by Nousher Ahmed
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Comma Placement?
Is this sentence grammatically correct? "Another example of how hard work leads to success can be seen in the case ...
comma commasplice help grammar commaplacement 0 votes, asked Jul 27 by Nancy Chang
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Using quotes for rhetorical questions
What is proper grammar/comma usage, etc. for the following: Have you ever thought, “wouldn’t it be cool if…”? If it ...
quotes comma grammar 0 votes, asked Jul 24 by Lea
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Would rather
Which one is correct between "I would rather she wrote a letter rather than telephoned." and "I would rather she ...
grammar 0 votes, asked Jul 23 by kobatannn
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for example or for instance
What's the difference between 'for instance' and 'for example'? Are they different in the usage? Thanks in advance
Phrase grammar 0 votes, asked Jul 10 by steven
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"An" vs "A" with acronym that can be said with or without vowel pronunciation
I know this is a confusing subject title, but I was wondering if the rule for "using "A" before a ...
an a grammar 0 votes, asked Jul 07 by Scott Boeser
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