Questions tagged with grammer

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Compose
I want to use the word compose in sentence and make it strong gramatically correct: Composing music from notes or ...
grammer english tagline 0 votes, asked Sep 05 by Kelly
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which is correct one ?
A new rise in salaries are likely. The salaries rises are likely. Are both of them true ? Thank you ...
grammer 0 votes, asked Aug 24 by İngilizce Ogren
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need grammer help for "has brought" or Alternative
My question is a about a sentence I formed with in my book. no matter how I seem to word ...
english grammer brought sentance 0 votes, asked Apr 23 by allen
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english language preposition
fill these with preposition 1.we failed to agree____a common plan of action. 2.when i exlained my plan of action to ...
preposition grammer -1 votes, asked Feb 26 by siddharth
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Title for a science fair project
Does this question make sense? We are comparing the effectiveness of different detergents for a science fair project. We were ...
title grammer Usage rhyme 0 votes, asked Apr 12 '13 by melinda
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grammer
please can anyone please change this paragraph into a parallel paragragh? Our family tradition is every Friday because it’s a ...
grammer fix -1 votes, asked Feb 16 '13 by maria
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American english grammer and speaking book
Please advice me with some books since I'm new in USA. I thought I would focus on improving speaking. I've ...
grammer book spoken american +1 vote, edited Dec 17 '12 by Robi
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use of having
how we can use "having"in sentence?
grammer meaning +1 vote, asked Sep 03 '12 by shumaila
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