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What does these sentences mean?
Hi, I'm a student who learn english. for my english listening traing, i usally use CNN Student news. and listing ...
uncertain sentences +1 vote, asked Jan 12 by JJ
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Sentence Structure
Consider the following sentences: The spider above the window has just caught a fly. The spider which is above the ...
sentences clause PrepositionalPhrases +1 vote, asked Dec 30 '15 by Abdul Quadir
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Sentence Choice
Which is better, and are they both grammatically correct? Last evening, I had two delicious indigenous egg omelets. Last evening, ...
sentences +1 vote, asked Dec 24 '15 by Abdul Quadir
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Sentence formation
Hello there! Which of the two is more appropriate? A ratio compares two similar quantities, while a rate two dissimilar ...
does sentences 0 votes, asked Sep 26 '15 by Abdul Quadir
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Sentence grammer using "although"
I am trying to use "although" to mean "in spite of the fact" but I'm not sure I'm using it ...
Sentence sentences grammar grammarcorrection 0 votes, asked Aug 18 '15 by Robert De Leon
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Is this sentence appropriate? They want the photographs. Can you give them to them? OR should I say "They want ...
sentences pronouns 0 votes, edited Jun 20 '15 by Abdul Quadir
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Contractions as complete sentences
A co-worker is dating someone that learned English as a secondary language and when they text/email he sometimes replies with ...
contractions sentences +1 vote, asked Jun 09 '15 by Jesse Peden
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Word showing wrong grammar structur, plz advise.
What is wrong with this sentence and how would you rephrase it? Thank you. "Numerical modeling for the support of ...
grammar sentences fibers Structure 0 votes, asked Apr 22 '15 by Viktor Klouček
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Sentence Classification by Structure
How would one classify a sentence containing dialogue and an attribution? Here's an example: She said, "I can't attend the ...
sentences Structure classification 0 votes, asked Jan 22 '15 by Scott
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sentence formation
Art studio provides greater ‘access & more-efficient’ provision for students to experiment with. Is this sentene formation right? Can it ...
sentences 0 votes, asked Jan 11 '15 by venugopal
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Please help correct this sentences.
Example Wrong: Some people they don't know how to greet Correct: Some people don't know how to greet Wrong: The ...
incorrect sentences -1 votes, asked Oct 16 '14 by dcyprusog
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one or two separate sentences
I want to know how to conjugate: My sister is special, my sister has autism. Is it alright to just ...
sentences 0 votes, asked May 16 '14 by Marta
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difference of 2 sentences
1. He has been able to communicate with others through a computer. 2. He has been able to communicate through ...
sentences Difference meaning 0 votes, asked May 07 '14 by Joshua
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A question of modern grammar
Which is the correct modern usage; "Love treats for her who loved you first" or "Love treats for she who ...
sentences 0 votes, asked May 07 '14 by Darshanie Kumari
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wordy sentence
The author used ironic words to express two points: in the first one that the commenter sneered some Chinese students ...
wordy sentences improve 0 votes, asked Apr 30 '14 by psyche
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i need to more help how to write very well structure in english
i need help how to write paragraph
strucred sentences writing 0 votes, asked Apr 19 '14 by saba
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help fixing sentences
There are a lot of buildings that should be torn down in East Canonsburgh. Every student should do their homework ...
sentences 0 votes, asked Feb 16 '14 by Mary
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Is this sentence fine?? Plz. correct me if it's wrong.
When you always have no one to talk to, you might just have to write it all down.
sentences grammar Style words +1 vote, edited Oct 19 '13 by user22
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If something displays life characteristics, then it is a life form and it is studied by a biologist.
run on sentences 0 votes, asked Aug 17 '13 by MICHAEL ANZELONE
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im having problems in sentences
(first page done three to go) is it right for adjective+noun+adjective+noun+preposition+verb to be in one sentence?
sentences 0 votes, asked May 14 '13 by paul stephen
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using hyphen
1. "As a result - significant progress was achieved." 2. "the nice property of averaging - it allows a consistent ...
punctuation hyphen sentences correction 0 votes, edited May 13 '13 by attempt
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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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I keep being told by the grammar checker that this is a fragments sentence but I can't see why.... Nee ...
Fragmented sentences 0 votes, edited Feb 20 '13 by Lee
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Correct way to write this sentence
Can someone tell me which of these is the correct way to write this sentence The Town Hall lights are ...
correct sentences Usage 0 votes, asked Feb 19 '13 by lee leeeder
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please check my sentence.
The next morning when I went to university, I asked my friends about the test. Is it correct or should ...
grammar the sentences correct +1 vote, asked Jan 24 '13 by user22
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Please help me with my sentence...
Can I say: Having no heat left to say anything else, I did...? Just focus on the first part of ...
grammar vocab words sentences 0 votes, asked Jan 21 '13 by user22
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"i'm searching about it but i don't get any results related with yours, how can i find it? or give ...
grammar Sentence sentences 0 votes, asked Jan 05 '13 by annpoly
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Which type of sentence is this: Don't run in the halls
sentences +1 vote, asked Oct 18 '12 by Trudy Reed
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Example: I wore my pink T-shirt; one of my favourite T-shirts in my wardrobe. Is this a correct use for ...
grammar sentences correct grammatically -1 votes, asked Sep 06 '12 by user22
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The word tug
"I tugged at his arm gently" Is this sentence correct? and can tug be used with gently?
vocabulary grammar sentences Word 0 votes, asked Sep 02 '12 by user22
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