Questions tagged with or

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correct verb
Is it: was or were on the following questions: 1.Jack hesitated knowing that if he was/were wrong he would be ...
was or were 0 votes, asked Jan 08 by J.T. Bailey
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The usage of "between" or among" in a particular sentence
This concerns an artist statement for a group photo show. The group displaying the work created grouped arrangements, instead of ...
between or among 0 votes, asked Dec 01 '13 by Kay T.
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verbs
Is "lasted" an Action/Intransitive Verb or a Linking Verb here: " The performance lasted a long time"?
linking or action verb 0 votes, asked Oct 23 '13 by cdenni2
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Whether or if? Anyone?
Hey, it's me again! Just thought of another question that keeps happening when I try to write, whether or if. ...
whether if or eslfail confused 0 votes, asked Aug 09 '13 by Hans-Peter Hoffschmidt
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Lose or loose? Help!
To lose or to loose? My attempt at choosing the right one seem to always result in loss. :) Does ...
lose loose or eslfail confused 0 votes, asked Aug 09 '13 by Hans-Peter Hoffschmidt
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"or if not" and "if yes" punctuation
Hi, I am not sure if I have correctly put the punctuation in the following sentences: "Do you happen to ...
punctuation sentences or if 0 votes, asked Mar 15 '13 by Astra
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enumerating family members
I am in Hawaii with mum and dad and brother. We're sitting on the chair near the beach. Water is ...
use My or not 0 votes, asked Jan 30 '13 by ana m
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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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"Who is going to the party?" - "My friends and me." / "My friends and I."
Which would be the right answer? I'm guessing the first one, because if you took out "my friends (and)," it ...
who whom Me or I 0 votes, edited Nov 22 '12 by Andrew Winters
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Which verb form is correct?
Elliot or the other boys is to blame.
is or are 0 votes, asked Sep 01 '12 by Carole Simpson
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Which verb form is correct?
Elliot or the other boys is to blame.
is or are 0 votes, asked Sep 01 '12 by Carole Simpson
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Them and I will be
Would you change "Them and I will be" for the pronoun to "We will be"?
Them and I or WE 0 votes, asked Apr 20 '12 by Dawn
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