Questions tagged with grammar

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Correct sentence using APA rules
I am suppose to correct this sentence using APA grammar rules and I do not know what is wrong with ...
APA grammar formatting 0 votes, asked Aug 28 by Cheryl
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What is the correction of the sentence?
I have no rupees with me.
grammar 0 votes, asked Aug 28 by Maqsood Ahmed
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Correct way to use taste.
Is there any reason why I shouldn't write 'get a better taste in music'? It was said in jest to ...
grammar 0 votes, asked Aug 27 by Adam
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Grammar, simple present
"Features like hands-off allow the user to ... " OR "features like hands-off allows the user to ..."
grammar simplepresent subject 0 votes, asked Aug 23 by Naram Muhesen
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Article use for the word "gum"
So when we are speaking to our friends or whoever, we may ask "Do you have gum", or "Can I ...
Articles Word grammar 0 votes, asked Aug 21 by Taylor
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Sentence grammer using "although"
I am trying to use "although" to mean "in spite of the fact" but I'm not sure I'm using it ...
Sentence sentences grammar grammarcorrection 0 votes, asked Aug 18 by Robert De Leon
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Past participle construction
Are the following two sentences both acceptable, is only one acceptable, or is one preferred? If both are acceptable, I ...
grammar 0 votes, asked Aug 15 by Diana Burke
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When is it okay to switch tenses?
In creative writing, when is it okay to switch tenses? I feel like I might have a misunderstanding of past ...
tense grammar dialogue past present 0 votes, asked Aug 13 by Brad Taylor
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Where is the mistake here?
You’ll never guess what happened today. I seen John at the laundromat downtown! where is the mistake here do you ...
grammar mistakes 0 votes, asked Aug 10 by Hussain AL-Ghawi
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Is this sentence grammatically correct?
Disease is a result of many a thing, one of them poverty. Is using "them" not "it" correct?
grammar Sentence correction Style 0 votes, asked Aug 08 by user22
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Wake or wake up?
Is it okay and natural(sounds okay) if I use only "wake"? For example, 'Jake wakes Kate.' and what does it ...
verb Wake grammar 0 votes, asked Aug 05 by Elena
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Grammar in a cutscene
Hi there. Could you please help me with 3 sentences which I use in my game video. I need to ...
grammar cutscene 0 votes, asked Aug 02 by Tonic
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Is "come in" a phrasal verb?
Hi, does "come in" act as a phrasal verb in the question: "Can I come in?" or is it just ...
grammar partsofspeech 0 votes, asked Aug 02 by Zoltan King
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English grammar
Sir, I am quite confuse about using the one particular tense which is past perfect tense. I know how to ...
grammar 0 votes, asked Aug 02 by faiz khan
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Is there anything wrong with this sentence
Happy Birthday! Wishing you much love, joy,and happiness on your special day, and always. I was told by someone that ...
grammar commas 0 votes, asked Aug 01 by Shan
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Is Vs. Are
Your images and past work is your ticket to future projects. Should it be is or are? Thank you.
is-are are is grammar 0 votes, asked Jul 30 by Jacob Howard
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Grammar (simple) - Something to do with possessive noun, plural, & punctuation.
I had an assignment of writing analysis/reflection of 10 crime documentaries. So, its one reflection/analysis for each of the 10 ...
grammar plural noun possesive punctuation +1 vote, asked Jul 29 by Elena Y. Mijares
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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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