Questions tagged with grammar

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Does this sentence require comma?
Can you tell me if this sentence needs comma -- However, to me, changing from a school which supported me ...
grammar comma 0 votes, asked 4 hours ago by maywong
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Grammarly correct or not?
It is a part of writing from Robert.L.Stevenson. "But once he is dead,were he as brave as Heracules or as ...
grammarcorrection grammar grammarly +2 votes, asked Feb 05 by Younkoo
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adverbs
Add any appropriate adverb of your choice. 1. The water in the pot boiled ___________. 2. Carla ___________ drove the ...
grammar +1 vote, asked Feb 01 by elina
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Grammar
This weekend coming up (2/6/16); please let me know if there is an inconvenience.
grammar 0 votes, asked Feb 01 by IB
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Quick Comma Usage Question
I was editing an essay I wrote and came across a sentence where I was not sure whether or not ...
comma grammar Usage commaplacement +1 vote, asked Jan 31 by Jordan
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Is my grammar correct?
From this song we could get that since his girlfriend is drawing lots of attention from differnt people, especially males, ...
grammar +1 vote, asked Jan 29 by Sean Fulton
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''might be'' vs ''may be'' ?
I was intended to say that I had a possibility to be wrong, should I say: I might be wrong ...
grammar doubt possibility +1 vote, asked Jan 28 by Lia
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it's correct to say ''I'm not disagreeing with you'' ?
in a person's original post I commented something that might be confusing, so I decided to add more information by ...
grammar phrases synonyms Word usages 0 votes, asked Jan 28 by Lia
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Article critique/ Reducing the fear of falling among elderly
I need to have my critique of an article for my class checked for grammr, usage, spelling, punctuation, word choice, ...
grammar Usage punctuation spelling Word 0 votes, asked Jan 28 by Cathleen Munoz
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grammar
the governoer's approach is to apply a capital punishment on capital corrupt. Is it correct?
grammar politics language +1 vote, asked Jan 24 by Omri Pinchas Perel
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THERE WERE NO X THERE WERE NOT
Why must I say: We were surprised that there were no queues outside the cinema Why I must not say:We ...
grammar +1 vote, asked Jan 20 by Michelle Alvarenga
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is it correct?
Until 1866 the slave was bought by proprietor in usa.
grammar +1 vote, asked Jan 18 by Omri Pinchas Perel
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grammar
hey i want to tweet on twitter but i dont know if that correct : 1.Sanctifying life will overcome death ...
grammar +1 vote, asked Jan 18 by Omri Pinchas Perel
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senetences with few words -grmmar
hey i have prepared to my test so i wrote few sentences.please if tham wrong fix correct them.the specfic words ...
grammar questions english langage +1 vote, asked Jan 17 by Omri Pinchas Perel
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To hold
A discussion ends with this general coclusion: Anyone who think *something* is true, holds the same proofs/evidences than others who ...
Sentence grammar verb +1 vote, asked Jan 16 by Andrew
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Grammar check
Is the following sentence grammatical? When you drag an image diagonally right, it is resized proportionally, so that the width ...
grammar +1 vote, asked Jan 14 by Abdul Quadir
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grammar
hello I learn for test and i need your help. I writing few sentences if them inaccurate fix them . ...
grammar writing Englishgrammer 0 votes, asked Jan 14 by Omri Pinchas Perel
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Grammar Check
Is the following grammatical [especially the words in bold]? I don't think (that) we should eat at that restaurant because ...
grammar 0 votes, asked Jan 14 by Abdul Quadir
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Grammar check
I wrote an email today to my English professor that I couldn't make it to the exam today. She replied ...
email grammar apologies +1 vote, asked Jan 13 by Giovanni Bouden
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Relative Pronoun
Is the second sentence, a rewrite of the first, grammatically correct? The sun, whose rays give life to the earth, ...
grammar relative-pronoun +2 votes, asked Jan 12 by Abdul Quadir
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Grammatical or not?
Are these sentences grammatical? Understanding the advanced topics of English grammar is the key to writing engaging articles. To write ...
grammar +1 vote, asked Jan 11 by Abdul Quadir
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Tense grammar
We usually watch the news on TV at 8 oclock, but tonight we watched/are watxhing that new soap opera.Which is ...
grammar are +2 votes, asked Jan 10 by Bera Alkan
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Active voice to passive voice conversion of particular sentence
The sentence is:'Riley let Alex braid her hair.' P.S: Many people with grammar as a strong suit have given me ...
active-voice passive-voice conversion grammar +2 votes, asked Jan 07 by Chikoo2003
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Confusion
Hello There is something that really confuses me in these sentences: It has been a long time since I last ...
grammar check +1 vote, asked Jan 06 by Nesma Marzouk
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Using "were vs was" with two nouns following each other in a sentence.
Can someone make me understand the right usage with "were vs was" in the follwoing sentence. ex: "paper and cardboard ...
were was grammar sentance Usage +1 vote, asked Jan 02 by Mkod
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Grammar check
Is this sentence grammatical? To me, it was very strange to see such a modern and rich family dine at ...
grammar +2 votes, edited Jan 02 by Abdul Quadir
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Sentence Construction
Consider the sentence: A page containing the bibliography is inserted in the document. Is the following grammatically correct? Beginning with ...
grammar phrases +1 vote, asked Jan 01 by Abdul Quadir
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Proficiency English
Is using "Proficiency English" as name of a product correct?
grammar grammarcorrection english englishgrammar +1 vote, asked Dec 30 '15 by LearningPort SdnBhd
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is vs it's
Hello Grammarly, Asia is a must. OR Asia it's a must. (obviously talking about recommending holiday destinations)
is grammar holiday +1 vote, asked Dec 29 '15 by Camil Bradea
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Deserving/Deserving of
1. ...in a more deserving manner2. ...in the most deserving of manner Are these 2 phrases grammatically sound? Thanks
Deserving Zikang grammar +1 vote, asked Dec 29 '15 by Zi Kang
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