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passive to active voice converter
In short, a primary emotion is an immediate response, while a secondary emotion is incited by the former, leading to ...
passive-voice passive active-voice active help +1 vote, asked Jan 24 by Emma
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"Do you want to allow this program to make changes to your computer?" popping up
"Do you want to allow this program to make changes to your computer?" keeps popping up if I click yes ...
computing computer computers technology help 0 votes, asked Dec 28 '15 by William Craft
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Dictation vs Dictatorship?
Is something like "regional dictation", referring to a place under the rule of a Dictator, grammatically correct?
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Hey, which one is correct?
Which sentence is correct? I am letting this flat to my friend or I am renting out this flat to ...
grammar question please help ASAP 0 votes, asked Dec 08 '15 by Katja
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Problem with Grammarly
I load my document and make the corrections Grammarly suggests, then I get the yellow flag that there's an error ...
help Program corrections +1 vote, asked Dec 02 '15 by Georgia Delorme
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What's wrong with my sentence?
I am writing an essay and I have no idea what is wrong with this sentence! Microsoft Word keeps underlining ...
Sentence Sentence-interpretation help 0 votes, asked Nov 28 '15 by kendalyn kilby
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I was assigned a punishment consisting of a very large sentence. I'm trying to find discrepancies.
What's wrong with this sentence? Anything at all. Nitpick freely. "In the future, especially after I have been admonished several ...
help technical expert fallacy error 0 votes, asked Nov 18 '15 by Augustus
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Is supplication used correctly and does the sentence sound awkward?
Many people ask with supplication about which generation is happier?
supplication help Sentence vocabulary 0 votes, asked Nov 02 '15 by christine
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Is it Grammatically correct? Does the sentence make sense?
If you were at a place and you wrote something on the wall before you leave that place to keep ...
grammar Sentence help english +1 vote, asked Oct 29 '15 by Lisa
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Is " there were more" an official sentence
Is " there were more" an official sentence
help emergency school english british +1 vote, edited Oct 28 '15 by Suzaan
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Does this make sense?
I was wondering if this sentence made any sense and if not, how could I fix it? Omitted, it will ...
weird Sentence science wordchoice help 0 votes, asked Oct 28 '15 by Jayden
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sentence
Hi all, I have been tasked to spot errors in the following sentences then rewrite them with the correct usage ...
sentence-structure help grammarcorrection vocab grammar 0 votes, asked Oct 25 '15 by midnightt xoxomcxxawesomes@gmail.com
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Proper usage of 'literally'
Can the usage of the word 'literally' in the following sentence be justified? Gold 'literally' makes our world go round. ...
Literally grammar help 0 votes, asked Oct 08 '15 by Jordan
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Inner or internal?
What is the difference between inner and internal? and I'm studying drama, So why do we say "internal conflict" not ...
drama important help please International +1 vote, asked Sep 30 '15 by Hanaalaa5
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Possessive determiner 'next year's'.
Hi guys. I was wondering if you could help. In the noun phrase 'next year's prestigious parade' is 'next year's' ...
Determiners help possessive Possessives determiner 0 votes, asked Sep 30 '15 by Lee Northway
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Does this sentence make sense
Using big words here, not sure if I'm using it right in the sentence. All these objective occurrences I went ...
help 0 votes, asked Sep 18 '15 by Bobby
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how to get synonyms to appear?
I was wondering how do you get the feauture for synonyms to be suggested as i can not find it? ...
synonyms help 0 votes, asked Aug 27 '15 by Selina
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Help with tablet use
I am trying to open my account on my tablet. It will not accept my email? Help! Thanks in advance, ...
help Tablet Login 0 votes, asked Aug 26 '15 by Wendy Tobias
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Please help quick!!
Does this sentence make sense? "The teaching, idiosyncratic to Mr keating assisted the students to learn to seize the day." ...
DeadPoetsSociety help please Quick english 0 votes, asked Jul 21 '15 by Grace Macaa
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is this a complaint?
Question, i need some advice on whether or not this is a complaint. So i see this guy complaining over ...
help 0 votes, asked Jul 14 '15 by null. wav
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Usage of by
Someone said "slept at 5 by 9". What did he mean by that?
by TIME urgent help grammarcorrection 0 votes, asked Jul 12 '15 by Zayana Al habsi
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Please answer this.Confessing is not easy.It is not........
help 0 votes, asked Jun 12 '15 by aungkyawsoe
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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 '15 by Sierra Fournier-Bonin
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how to say when you are going to someone's place?
Is "I'm on your way" true?
help your way +1 vote, asked May 27 '15 by Kim Taeyeon
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Word choice, use. Sincerely.
Can I use sincerely in a negative way. "I sincerely worry about the future." Or is there a word that ...
ly adjective sincerely help wordchoice +1 vote, asked May 10 '15 by Danika
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converter active to passive
1- He expected us to ofter him the job.2- They showed her the eastier way to do it.3- Lightning struck ...
active to passive help Thanks 0 votes, asked May 10 '15 by Maria
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can someone please help me find run-ons thank you
Elie Wiesel, in Night says it is more important to preserve one’s life than to preserve one’s dignity. After they ...
run-on help lit grammar fragment 0 votes, asked May 03 '15 by nick hernandez
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help to enable grammarly
Help me enable grammarly. The program is still under the control panel.
help to enable grammarly 0 votes, asked Apr 25 '15 by JC Page
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"Indubitably"
Am I correctly using the word "indubitably" if I state that someone looks "indubitably ravishing"? My friend and I cannot ...
indubitably help arguing grammar english 0 votes, asked Mar 26 '15 by Katelyn Tobianski
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What's the difference here?
I used to use the below expression like this: I need you to study these tips to help you achieve ...
help to achieve 0 votes, asked Mar 25 '15 by Hisham
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