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Is this phrase rhetorical?
Is the phrase "if you ask me" rhetorical? example: Person A: Obama is a bad president Person B: If you ...
grammar rhetoric 0 votes, asked Jul 24 by steven
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I am having a disagreement about the punctuation and grammar in a sentence.
Is the following sentence written correctly? I know it is not the best way to structure the sentence, however I ...
grammar punctuation commas sentence-structure 0 votes, asked Jul 24 by Clayton Stew
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Grammar checking for birthday wish
"Many happy returns to your birth",Is this correct
grammar meani 0 votes, asked Jul 22 by Phani Tej Raja
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How do I know if it's an adjective or just part of the subject?
For example: "The Miami Heat players are pretty alright at basketball." Is the subject "The Miami Heat players" or is ...
adjective subject grammar adjectives subjects 0 votes, asked Jul 22 by Jason C
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Complete or completed?
I am writing copy for a website form. Should the tickbox at the end say 'mark as complete' or 'mark ...
grammar complete 0 votes, asked Jul 16 by Ross
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What is the proper way to use the underscores that are used to add information to a sentence?
I know that they are not called underscores but I'm not sure what the technical term means. I often see ...
grammar writing underline underscore details 0 votes, asked Jul 16 by Kimia
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grammar "if that for"
In my foriegn friend's interview, he said "if that for the guy in orange shorts, I only had about thirty ...
grammar if if-conditional 0 votes, asked Jul 11 by mandy
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attribute
Which one is the attribute in this short phrsae Human ABCC10 ELISA Matched Antibody Pair? http://www.creative-diagnostics.com/ABCC10-ELISA-Matched-Antibody-Pair-180438-437.htm
grammar 0 votes, asked Jul 10 by Venus timberlake
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Grammar
Is the phrase "I'm a plethora of useless knowledge" grammatically correct?
grammar proper useage phrases 0 votes, asked Jul 06 by Mango Starfish
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The correct form of the past tense
I'm starting to learn English and I have one question to U. Please, tell me what a difference between "In ...
past grammar +1 vote, asked Jul 04 by Alex
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Grammar check
Are the following sentences grammatically correct? The average male child weighs 3 kg. The average baby boy weighs 3 kg. ...
grammar Abbreviation 0 votes, edited Jun 30 by Abdul Quadir
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Where do we must put the asterisk(*) in correcting one's grammar? Ahead or end of word/sentence?
I saw a lot of posts and comments of grammar nerds and nazis--that they were correcting someone's failed grammar by ...
grammar grammarcorrection asterisk 0 votes, asked Jun 30 by Ivan
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Grammar check
Are these sentences grammatically correct? We have a family of five. We are a family of five. I'm from a ...
grammar 0 votes, edited Jun 29 by Abdul Quadir
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Usage of the word "unlike"
Hello there! Are these sentences grammatically correct and do they make sense? Unlike sending an e-mail, sending a text message ...
grammar Sentence 0 votes, asked Jun 28 by Abdul Quadir
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Right Grammar
Is these two sentences grammatically correct? He had his haircut in his favorite style this week, a curtained haircut, which ...
grammar check +1 vote, asked Jun 23 by vtan
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'a' or 'of a' following an adjective?
- "He is just as good a teacher as..." or "He is just as good of a teacher as..." - ...
grammar noun adjective 0 votes, asked Jun 18 by Leah Johnstone
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confusing sentence
Whish is correct, return the books in the shelves or return the books on the shelves?
grammar 0 votes, asked Jun 18 by mememe
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Grammar check!
Is the following sentence grammatically correct and does it make sense? Are you a he or a she? What I ...
predicate-nominative grammar 0 votes, edited Jun 18 by Abdul Quadir
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Have vs. Got
Is it more proper if I say "We got to stop doing this." or "We have to stop doing this." ...
grammar +1 vote, asked Jun 17 by Nah Man
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Grammar check!
Is this a grammatically correct sentence? Could you also suggest a better sentence? You can choose which email address you ...
grammar 0 votes, asked Jun 14 by Abdul Quadir
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Proper grammar
Is the phrase 'personally identifying information' grammatically correct? Or should it be 'personally indentifiable information'?
grammar proper +1 vote, asked Jun 14 by Caitlin Jordan
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Does this sentence flow or is it awkward?
While waiting on AUC, I have improved on my extracurriculars for my application, among other factors and have reconsidered applying ...
run-on Sentence grammar 0 votes, asked Jun 13 by christian figueroa
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About vs Around
Which of the two sentences is correct, and why? He was around three years of age when his father became ...
Around about grammar idiom age +2 votes, asked Jun 10 by Tong Fei
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Using Lively Present Tense for Past Events
Hi I am in the middle of writing a book which invloves alot of accounting of past events which even ...
grammar Usage 0 votes, asked Jun 10 by William Crockett
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CHOOSE THE CORRECT ANSWER:
The car dashed the tree. It was going at over 100mph . A) The blue car was going 100mph so ...
grammar grammatical meaning choice 0 votes, asked Jun 09 by Feride
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Being it... OR It being... which one is correct?
There are two similar sentences. Which one is gramatically correct and why? Please tell me the reason of being it ...
grammar it being +2 votes, asked Jun 09 by Suman Banerjee
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Correct use of semicolons.
I am trying to thank someone for a ticket to a comedy show and can't figure out if I'm using ...
Semicolon punctuation grammar +2 votes, asked Jun 07 by dylan
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Which sentence is correct...?
Greetings! I would like to write " ....for helping to ensure a high quality of life...". However my colleagues tell ...
grammar Ensure Sentence help +1 vote, asked Jun 02 by Sierra Fournier-Bonin
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grammar question
Is it correct to say will have occurred
grammar 0 votes, asked May 26 by sissi
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Is this sentence correct? “You know what did i send to you, right?”
Is it correct to say the following? You know what did i send to you, right?
grammar 0 votes, asked May 23 by Ondra Válek
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