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use of the word 'been'
'He is still the type of person he's been years ago' Is this proper use of the word?
grammar 0 votes, asked Apr 11 by Kris Deilur
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Write in the right tense
The English colony, Plymouth, in Massachusetts, is known ______ (establish) by the Pilgrims who arrived on the Mayflower in 1620.
grammar test 0 votes, asked Apr 11 by Aida Kulsary
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Singular or plural?
Can I say something like this? 'One more thing that I like is cats'
singular plural grammar 0 votes, asked Apr 07 by Mary
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I can't decide if this sentence is correct or not.
"DO NOT follow trend of the tourists, if you are a well-seasoned traveler, you should know this by now." The ...
grammar comma 0 votes, edited Mar 27 by Vincent Croos
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Is this sentence correct?
Is this sentence correct? "The documentation is very clearly and logically arranged and readily available. "
grammar 0 votes, edited Mar 24 by Gijumon
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What does "come out of his pen" mean?
What do these phrases mean? -- The letter has come out of his pen. -- He did come out of ...
grammar expression example live 0 votes, asked Mar 15 by ershov
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Comfortable "with" or "in"?
Hi, I recently said something like, "He should be comfortable enough in his masculinity to wear pink". OOPS!! Did I ...
masculinity comfortable with grammar in 0 votes, asked Mar 02 by vidhya
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Please tell me how many appositievs are in each sentence. 1. As she slept in her bed, she dreamt a ...
appositive grammar help urgent 0 votes, asked Feb 28 by katherine
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confusion about "on here" vs "here"
I've been hearing a lot of British people say "on here" instead of just "here." Example: "So many people have ...
grammar confusion 0 votes, asked Feb 25 by Jenifer Murphy
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The difference between "having seen and seeing"?
I am disappointed in not having seen any stage plays while I was in New York on vacation. I wonder ...
grammar 0 votes, asked Feb 23 by nature
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Need help with a sentence
Could anyone please explain why this sentence is incorrect? I have been told that "it's just not right". Are there ...
Sentence Structure grammar help 0 votes, asked Feb 18 by Sierra
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it or they with use of the word "funds"
Which one is correct and why? If you have funds in your account balance, it will be automatically applied to ...
it they funds plural grammar 0 votes, asked Feb 18 by Oren BA
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I only use snack as a noun. Is the verb snacking correct usage?
grammar 0 votes, asked Feb 17 by Tanya Boerhave
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Please correct my english
"Everytime beat your own best is enough to became a legend." or "Everytime beat your own best to overtake others"
grammar proverb 0 votes, edited Feb 10 by ayivoo
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How to deal with verb complexes in Sentence Analysis
Hi there, I have an important exam very soon, and I am so confused when it comes to sentence analysis...
Sentence Analysis grammar verb complement 0 votes, asked Feb 06 by samir
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using the word "read"
can i say "that was an accurate, detailed, and informative read"? Is that correct grammar?
grammar issues 0 votes, asked Jan 23 by Forgotten Raizel
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"the temperature effect" or "the effect of temperature"
what is the difference between "the temperature/pressure/heating effect" and "the effect of temperature/pressure/heating" ?
grammar 0 votes, asked Dec 25 '13 by Delak
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Does this Sentence make sense?
I was completely blinded of who you really were by who I wanted you to be
words Sentence grammar 0 votes, asked Dec 17 '13 by IX
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Could you please answer the following 2 questions related to prepositions in ESL program? Question is: Identify the preposition mistakes ...
Prepositions grammar rules 0 votes, asked Dec 16 '13 by ROD CHISHOLM
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Just okay-wasn't bad either
Please consider the following conversation :- [ A: How was today's test? B: It was just okay. A: You've got ...
Usage grammar conversation 0 votes, asked Dec 16 '13 by Justine Mathew
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What's wrong with my sentence! Please Help!
So, I'm doing a play, and Iam acting as a nurse.. I had to write my own script, I was ...
grammar english spelling punctuation 0 votes, asked Dec 16 '13 by Mia Vaafusuaga
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What is the correct sentence?
I want to say: "A seasonal favorite of white chocolate, dark chocolate, and candy cane," using chocolate once and acknowledging ...
grammar Usage 0 votes, asked Dec 04 '13 by JP
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What is wrong with this sentence?
This was posted on a picture on Facebook: "So this person is at least 12 years old and their grammar ...
wrong atrocious grammar 0 votes, asked Nov 28 '13 by cam
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How to properly phrase this sentence
Because PaymentX stores the user's credit card details for you and sends your server a token to charge the card, ...
grammar 0 votes, asked Nov 21 '13 by Weina Scott
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Does this sentence make sense?
I'm writing a critical review of "ghetto" , English is not really my first language so its hard to know ...
grammar population ghetto Sentence cities 0 votes, asked Nov 17 '13 by Marlon M. Nartea
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Is my sentence written correctly?!
She wants to wear another outfit. Only, there's no time. Is the sentence correct, and is the usage of "only" ...
Sentence grammar Word Structure 0 votes, asked Nov 15 '13 by user22
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Fragment. Not sure what is wrong here?
"Families that are not living in the same time zone." I don't understand what is wrong in this sentence. Please ...
grammar 0 votes, asked Nov 04 '13 by Su Chang
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possessive form or not?
Which of these two alternative is preferred? 1) "If he let the oil pressure get too low he risked the ...
grammar 0 votes, asked Nov 01 '13 by Peter
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Pronoun usage when object of preposition as part of subject
In the sentence "A subcommittee of Allyson, Terry and me has planned a trip to Taos" is the "me" correct ...
grammar 0 votes, asked Oct 30 '13 by Jenny Goldberg
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Correct my grammar please
"Instead of afraiding, start loving, you will conquired" Meaning instead of afraiding anything, start loving and you will conquired that ...
grammar 0 votes, asked Oct 23 '13 by ayivoo
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