Questions tagged with it

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Can anybody explain a difference between it and that ?
Hello I've got some trouble, I'm always getting "it" and "that" mixed up. I don't understand how to distinguish them ...
it that +1 vote, edited Jul 13 by Vadim
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Grammar Check!
Are all these sentences grammatically correct, especially sentences #3 and #5? What time is it? What time is it now? ...
it 0 votes, edited Jun 24 by Abdul Quadir
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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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Usage of "it"
"Though the artifacts of pre-Columbian civilization created a stir from the very first European contacts with th New World in ...
it pronoun grammar english 0 votes, asked May 08 '14 by Sukrit Pal
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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 '14 by Oren BA
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It + (whatever) shortened It's
****If you say something like, Its/It’s a small world (when you are talking with someone and you found out that ...
it its 0 votes, asked Aug 29 '13 by Lina Newbride
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its or it
After working my way down another part of the document it looks like someone else has used it when I ...
it useage 0 votes, asked Aug 21 '13 by Simon Huntington
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Kindly Suggest.
Dear Experts, Request your review on the below paragraphs, in terms of correct use of words, sentence framing, punctuation, and ...
is it correct 0 votes, asked Feb 26 '13 by Joseph
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What is the proper grammar for this sentence?
Is this grammatically correct? What would be the proper grammar for this sentence? Independently accountable for maintenance of all social ...
grammar is it grammatically correct 0 votes, asked Jul 03 '12 by Emily Ptak
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