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usage of " number of"
I have a question. which one of these sentences is correct ? here is the situation; we are writing an ...
grammar sentance 0 votes, asked Feb 04 by Dogahan
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Is "you're my euphoria" a sentence?
You're my euphoria
sense sentance 0 votes, asked Jan 30 by Mazin
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need grammer help for "has brought" or Alternative
My question is a about a sentence I formed with in my book. no matter how I seem to word ...
english grammer brought sentance 0 votes, asked Apr 23 '14 by allen
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Whats Incorrect? : Two chairs or a sofa are ok for the room.
sentance correction 0 votes, asked Mar 09 '14 by kris
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I've broken my arm or I broke my arm.
I figured that present perfect is used when there's a connection to the present. So for instance if someone asks ...
correct tense sentance 0 votes, asked Oct 21 '13 by ferka1
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Does this make sense? Is it correct?
Does this make sense? Is it correct? The wind whistles thought the trees, making the trees rustle.
sense text sentance please urgent 0 votes, asked Oct 16 '13 by tin
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my sentence
I have a sentence going into my paper, but I feel as if there is something wrong with it. I ...
sentance 0 votes, asked Sep 26 '13 by Renea
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you view
revise this sentence using you view We are pleased to announce that you have been approved to enroll in our ...
revise sentance -1 votes, asked Aug 29 '13 by kimberly
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How to use 'since when' in questions
To enquire a person about his tenure I use, Since when are you working in this company ? I feel ...
interagative sentance 0 votes, asked Jul 05 '13 by Srikanth Y
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Sentence wording
Is the word sequence in this sentence correct? "The schedule with the corresponding changes has been confirmed." I want to ...
sentance words 0 votes, edited Mar 25 '13 by Astra
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Is this sentence correct?
He shifted his eyes between the other people sitting there.
sentance vocab vocabulary english 0 votes, asked Jan 26 '13 by user22
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Is the following sentence okay the way it is?
and as I sometimes hoped, but couldn't be like her—to win friends, become loved by everyone—she made it look so ...
sentance vocab dashes grammar 0 votes, asked Jan 23 '13 by user22
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The New York Times.
Hi, In the sentence "The New York Times." what is New York? Is it an adjective?
sentance sentence-fragment adjectives +1 vote, asked Dec 17 '12 by Vadim D
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