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can someone please help me find run-ons thank you
Elie Wiesel, in Night says it is more important to preserve one’s life than to preserve one’s dignity. After they ...
run-on help lit grammar fragment 0 votes, asked 1 day ago by nick hernandez
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What is the right grammar for this paragraph? My favorite song, “Daylight” by Maroon 5, is playing. The two of ...
grammar correction edit tenses Paragraphs 0 votes, asked Apr 29 by ZealSene
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Is a hyphen appropriate for the phrase "sweat-fueling" ?
hyphen grammar 0 votes, asked Apr 27 by basist
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"Night" to mean "near" or "almost"?
I sometimes see the word "night" used in in phrases like "the time is night" or "night-invulnerability" that seem to ...
grammar Usage 0 votes, asked Apr 24 by ja tiezja
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Word showing wrong grammar structur, plz advise.
What is wrong with this sentence and how would you rephrase it? Thank you. "Numerical modeling for the support of ...
grammar sentences fibers Structure 0 votes, asked Apr 22 by Viktor Klouček
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Correct the mistakes
I woke up at 7 o'clock for being at school in 9 and coming back at 10. I have just ...
school question grammar correction mistakes -1 votes, asked Apr 15 by Mariam Harutyunyan
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Is "therefore able to" gramatically correct?
SAT idioms grammar 0 votes, asked Apr 10 by Priyanka Balakumar
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What tense is the phrase, had been made, in?
grammar 0 votes, asked Apr 07 by Annie Yang
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Past Perfect Tense
Example: Because the soup had been made from bug juice, Sally threw up. The phrase, had been made; is that ...
grammar 0 votes, asked Apr 06 by Annie Yang
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How to use "Expose"
I'd like to writing a slogan for my fashion brand, but I'm not sure how to use expose in this ...
grammar expose 0 votes, asked Apr 03 by Chang Jakkrawut
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Past Continuous
Example: Because the soup had been made from bug juice, Sally threw up. The phrase, had been made; is that ...
grammar 0 votes, asked Mar 31 by Annie Yang
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Is this short announcement grammatical? is it readable?
BTW, the rules of St. Patrick affect nearby parishes and communities. "In accordance with the guidelines of the Parish of ...
grammar Word-choice readability 0 votes, asked Mar 28 by Jay
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Am I correctly using the word "indubitably" if I state that someone looks "indubitably ravishing"? My friend and I cannot ...
indubitably help arguing grammar english 0 votes, asked Mar 26 by Katelyn Tobianski
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Dear Experts, Could you please review the sentence below? Which is grammatically correct? "Request you to raise SCR for 124444 ...
grammar 0 votes, asked Mar 25 by Natalia
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'The city's recently dumping the garbage made people upset'Is this sentence ill-formed?I know that the sentence 'The city's recent dumping ...
grammar grammatical grammatically 0 votes, asked Mar 22 by Jihee Kwon
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Noun form of the verb "enfold"
Hi all, Can anyone tell me what the noun of "enfold"/"enfolding" would be? (I.e., the object that is 'enfolded'). I ...
grammar verb noun 0 votes, asked Mar 20 by Asa Skinner
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Give sentence: When people with above-average IQ encounter claims that they know little about (which is most claims for most ...
grammar 0 votes, asked Mar 15 by Hi Hello
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Grammar on the postcard
Hi, Is it correct to write: "You are the first person I am sending a postcard to... I saw it ...
grammar letter 0 votes, asked Mar 11 by Leila
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Right grammar
What should i say? Penny's little house or The little house of Penny? Or do those sentences mean something different ...
confusion right grammar help please 0 votes, edited Mar 18 by Summer
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To comma or not
Hey guys got a question, should I use a comma or not after the word structure "My role has been ...
english grammar commas 0 votes, asked Mar 11 by Gabriel Armancas
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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 by Alyssa
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Does this sentence make sense and is it grammatically correct?
"No matter how hard you had studied back then, you would have not got a good score." Or "No matter ...
grammar Usage 0 votes, asked Mar 05 by scott
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please tell me how to explain this sentence's grammar structure
MaxiMed care also has the right to enforce such limitation mentioned above for minor health problems the insured previously had ...
grammar Sentence Structure verbsequence 0 votes, asked Feb 26 by yin cruz
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Comma usage
Given the sentence: Ted's personality shaped the way he approached painting, as he worked slowly, thoughtfully and analytically. Is a ...
comma grammar commaplacement 0 votes, asked Feb 23 by Sahil
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Where or were?
Hello, Sorry silly question but which one applies for the following sentence: Food passes through the mouth where accessory organs ...
Word-choice Word grammar Sentence 0 votes, asked Feb 20 by Saab
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How to correct these misplaced or hanging modifiers
Stan is a successful architect and interior designer whose custom-built homes stagger the imagination. Priced beyond what the average person ...
grammar english modifiers misplaced 0 votes, asked Feb 19 by Bob Stevens
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grammatical question
Hi everybody, I have just come across the following sentence: We deeply regret that you should have had to temind ...
grammar 0 votes, asked Feb 14 by joe
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need grammar feedback+advice with 2 sentences postsecondary level
I need someone, preferably from Canada, to look at 2 sentences to help me further my understanding of English with ...
syntax grammar semantics Structure university 0 votes, asked Feb 14 by ned helpoften
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Grammar usage
I wish I cud hv learnt such a creative writing... I mst hv become jack of all trades after tht
grammar 0 votes, asked Feb 05 by Nuzhat Ahmed
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usage of " number of"
I have a question. which one of these sentences is correct ? here is the situation; we are writing an ...
grammar sentance 0 votes, asked Feb 04 by Dogahan
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