Questions tagged with of

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The use of "to" vs "of"
Is it correct to say "a strong commitment of" or should it be "a strong commitment to"?
of to +1 vote, asked Feb 04 by Patti-Ann Barry
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Proper use of apostrophe
I need correct advice on a particular use of the apostrophe. Which is correct: ...."25 years experience" or "25 years' ...
use of apostrophe +1 vote, asked Jan 29 by Paul Perkinz
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parts of speech
In the sentence below, what parts of speech are dripping and crushed? The prince lurched from the water, dripping and ...
parts of speech 0 votes, asked Jan 13 by Heather
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Proper context
In view of or in light of her vacation ,I will be absorbing her responsibilities. Which one is grammatically correct? ...
in view of in Light +1 vote, asked Dec 22 '15 by simonsayid
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Most of us so-and-sos...
I just saw a post that said "most of us Grammar Police don't waste time with..." I am almost sure ...
MOST of Us 0 votes, asked Dec 01 '15 by Anthony Belanger
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Adjective + noun
Can I write like this: "It had been yet another unbearably challenging of a morning"?My teacher marked the "of a" ...
adjective noun adjectives teacher of 0 votes, asked Nov 18 '15 by Joel Kaasalainen
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Will after if
Good day!Is WILL ok after IF in the following sentence:She could not close her eyes - she did not know ...
sequence of tenses 0 votes, asked Oct 24 '15 by Kristina 79163162390@yandex.ru
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Of or on?
Which one is correct?: I understand the basics of sewing. I understand the basics on sewing. Of or on? Thanks.
of on 0 votes, asked Oct 17 '15 by Melissa D.
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order of adjectives
Which is correct? "a tiny swedish digital camera phone." Or "A tiny digital swedish camera phone."
order of adjectives +1 vote, asked Oct 08 '15 by Adrian Ng
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use of in on of
What is the correct way of writing below. Trainer of Sales Skills? Trainer in Sales Skills? Trainer on Sales Skills?
use of in on 0 votes, asked Jul 10 '15 by Ranawaka
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Use of "years" and "experience"
Which is grammatically correct..."20 years experience managing..." or "20 years OF experience managing..."?
use of years and experience 0 votes, asked Jun 13 '15 by Wesley Hamilton
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Which ones are correct?
Hi there! It's me again. I need a little help here. Are the sentences below correct? 1) The buttons of ...
on of +1 vote, asked May 28 '15 by Abdul Quadir
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parts of speech
Find the parts of speech of HUMAN in the following sentence and explain why. it is a sound emanated from ...
parts of speech 0 votes, asked May 22 '15 by jc
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Too much vs too much of
Which is correct and why? 1. One shouldn't eat too much chocolate.2. One shouldn't eat too much of chocolate.
of too much +1 vote, asked May 16 '15 by Abdul Quadir
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Singular or plural
Which of the following answer is correct: I have a pair of shoes. answer one: They look like boats. answer ...
a pair of shoes 0 votes, asked May 07 '15 by yirkyinmok
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Apostrophe unanswered...
I have a basic understanding of the use of apostrophe for possession. However, I came across a situation that I ...
apostrophe possession for of 0 votes, asked Apr 30 '15 by Martin
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Adjective or Verb?
In the sentence "Did the cafeteria run out of bread but still have peanut butter and jelly stockpiled away?", does ...
part of speech 0 votes, asked Apr 25 '15 by Benjamin
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Get to inf vs. get ~ing
Hi, there I was wondering if there are any differences in meaning between the sentences; "I couldn't get the car ...
Usage of get 0 votes, asked Mar 06 '15 by Oodo
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Briefing of vs on
When using preposition 'of' after the word 'briefing', does it sound different from using 'on'? Someone told me that 'on' ...
brieifing of on preposition 0 votes, asked Feb 13 '15 by Jenny
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"of" or "for"
I am creating a product that involves movement stations for regular education students that replicates a variety of diabilities so ...
of for 0 votes, asked Jan 25 '15 by Pete Charrette
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the usages of the word OF
Tom is of beauty. Today's crisis is of a different order. why is the word OF used in above sentences? ...
of participle 0 votes, asked Jan 02 '15 by Won Sang Choi
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Need help labeling parts of speech
Three boys ran swiftly to find the hidden treasure. Three=adjective boys=subject noun ran = subject verb swiftly = adverb to ...
Label parts of speech -1 votes, asked Oct 27 '14 by Rachel Pinkerton
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Proper use of commas
A client sent me the following copy to be used in a brochure: "All sponsorships are exclusive, unless otherwise stated ...
proper use of commas 0 votes, asked Sep 18 '14 by Jake
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Is this proper grammar: "to of have made that happen" or "to have had made that happen" ?
Hi I am writing to someone about the fact that I had greatly wanted to make it "down there" to ...
tense of have had past 0 votes, asked Jun 17 '14 by nothankyou
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Sentence Fragment
Is the phrase "Because of what?" a sentence fragment? To me, it sounds like an incomplete thought and bad grammar. ...
fragment because of what 0 votes, edited Mar 31 '14 by Songibrd
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Parts of Speech
In the senetence " An insect is divided into three part", is "divided" a verb or a predicate adjective?P
parts of speech 0 votes, asked Feb 28 '14 by Laurie George
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***Need of the hour OR hour of need
I need help with a caption for an HR company. Kindly tell me which of the two sentences is a ...
need of the hour 0 votes, asked Dec 22 '13 by Sparkle
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preposition
Please help me. I am just curious about this sentence."Our products were made of used papers"In this sentence, can i ...
preposition made of from 0 votes, asked Dec 09 '13 by 김영주
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I need help labeling parts of speech in this sentence.
Her voice was musical but unlike that of either of my friends. This is what I think. Her poss pronounVoice ...
Label parts of speech +1 vote, asked Oct 22 '13 by Ginger
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Plural of family name
What is the plural of a family name, to indicate that you are talking about everyone in that family, e.g. ...
Plurals of family names 0 votes, asked Sep 03 '13 by Sylvia Bienvenu
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