Questions tagged with of

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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 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 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 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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Use of article "the"
I would like to know your opinions regarding the use of an article in the following sencence: On a monthly ...
article the use of 0 votes, asked Aug 29 '13 by cdz28
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Grammar
What is the difference between " he was killed" and "he had been killed"?
Usagevoice of +1 vote, asked May 06 '13 by isaac
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Word Limit
Hello ....Does Grammarly have a word limit? I have recently completed a novel for publishing on Amazon. As i'm not ...
Document lenght number of Word 0 votes, asked Apr 15 '13 by David Dragonetti
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Part of Speech
Part of speech for each word of the following sentence: Hold on tightly for the next hour.
part of speech 0 votes, asked Mar 10 '13 by gail haynes
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How do you get Grammarly to break down your sentence by parts of speech?
One of the very first times I ever used Grammarly during the free trial, it underlined each word indicating which ...
parts of speech Usage +2 votes, asked Feb 18 '13 by Mandi Cranson
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usage of startling vs startlingly
Which word is correct in this sentence, startling or startlingly? If we were to dream of ghostly inhabitants, they would ...
Usage of startling or startlingly 0 votes, asked Jan 16 '13 by PaulaCappa1
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Revising suggestion
"During the fifth grade my mother took notice of my deficient in math I end up staying up till six ...
example of Prepositions revising tips 0 votes, asked Dec 29 '12 by yu june lee
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Can "of" be used with the verb "drench"?
Can the preposition "of" be used with the verb "drench"? Example: But of Gatorade he was drenched after the team's ...
drench of Prepositions Verbs 0 votes, asked Nov 30 '12 by Jeremy Birch
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"Board of Directors" or board of directors? - on a resume
My client has "Served as a voting member of Board of Directors" and also "completed program focused on. . . ...
capitalization punctuation board of directors 0 votes, asked Nov 28 '12 by Julie Mendez
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identify the parts of speech in the sentences below
Kneading the douch sonsumes the most time and energy. Using their time wisely, some can whip up a batch in ...
parts of speech grammar partsofspeech 0 votes, asked Nov 06 '12 by Roxie Polamalu
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"of ou rien" lequel choisir?
Hello,Pouvez-vous m'expliquer quand est ce que je dois choisir "of " ou "rie"?Par exemple, on doit dire:"the stair of the ...
of Regle 0 votes, asked Jul 27 '12 by Superdunphy
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Clause as object of preposition
In the quote "There is nothing impossible to him who will try." why is it not "to HE who will ...
object of Prepositions 0 votes, asked May 20 '12 by Victor
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