Questions tagged with word

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using "all" as an adverb and an adjective
My question is: how do we use the word all as an adjective and as an adverb? When I looked ...
the Word all +1 vote, asked Sep 20 by Phoebe
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Choose the one word or phrase that best completes the sentence.
1.At that moment who......into the room but his first wife.a)was walking b)did walk c)should walk d)walked 2.I bought two antique....carpets.a)red ...
Word 0 votes, asked Sep 07 by Andreea
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companywide or company-wide or company wide
So which is it: companywide, company-wide, or company wide? I believe "companywide" is correct and I have seen it used ...
correct Word spelling 0 votes, asked Aug 21 by Patrick
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Article use for the word "gum"
So when we are speaking to our friends or whoever, we may ask "Do you have gum", or "Can I ...
Articles Word grammar 0 votes, asked Aug 21 by Taylor
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Word Choice: administrator vs administer
What's the difference between an administrator and an administer, and when should I use each?
Word choice 0 votes, asked Jul 23 by fsad
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Can we say "fighting battles"?
The sentence is: "In the game, players create avatars in whose guise they spend hours with other players fighting battles." ...
Word fight fighting Sentence +1 vote, asked Jun 11 by Zhenia Sluisarchuk
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Which sentence is correct?
'Try slowing your speech down a little' or 'Try slowing down your speech a little'.
Word position order Sentence +2 votes, asked May 25 by Steve
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word choice
SENTENCE - The visibility around this area* is simply incredible; no matter how deep you dive, the turquoise waters never ...
Word choice 0 votes, asked Apr 01 by Viv
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Word usage - petty
I'm correcting the third grade vocabulary sentence below. The use of "petty" doesn't seem correct, but I'm not sure why. ...
Word petty 0 votes, asked Mar 21 by Karen Hovey
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Mac plugin for word still missing???? URGENT
Is there still no plugin for MS Word for mac??? People disuss it already for years.... Will there be a ...
Mac Word plugin 0 votes, asked Feb 26 by Anna Hausmann
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Is appendable a word ? How could you describe something with the ability to be appended to something else? Eg. ...
Word words question 0 votes, asked Feb 24 by Julian Caruana
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Where or were?
Hello, Sorry silly question but which one applies for the following sentence: Food passes through the mouth where accessory organs ...
Word-choice Word grammar Sentence 0 votes, asked Feb 20 by Saab
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The most creative way to use the word hunger in a paragarph
How to use the word hunger in a paragraph, instead of simply using the word ? Something like, 'The burn ...
Word Usage grammar english 0 votes, asked Dec 21 '14 by Anna Vinaya Xavier
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Word Choice between "wasn't" and "weren't"
In the following sentence: "When she'd found out their kind weren't as appealing as she'd hoped...." The correct word choice, ...
was were Word choice 0 votes, asked Dec 02 '14 by Michael Scott
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Article THE and WORD ORDER
I am confused with the use of the article THE and word orther. In this example, what is correct to ...
omit the Word order -1 votes, edited Dec 04 '14 by Gerardo
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The base word for production
What is the base word for 'production' in the following sentence? "The school musical is a student production that takes ...
base Word production 0 votes, edited Oct 28 '14 by Lisa
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Devote or dedicate?
Which is correct? The exhibition is devoted to Charles Rennie Mackintosh OR The exhibition is dedicated to Charles Rennie Mackintosh?
Word choice 0 votes, asked Sep 26 '14 by Anastasia
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Word choice
Can I use "hassel-free" in a serious formal business writing? What may be the substitue for this word, as this ...
Word choice 0 votes, asked Sep 18 '14 by Natalia
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Simple Sentence Help 'its' versus 'ours'
Is this a proper statement? " is pleased to submit our Qualifications for....." Should the word 'its' be used ...
Sentence Word use 0 votes, asked Sep 11 '14 by Sierra
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Formerly OR Earlier
Formerly OR earlier? Which one fits better in different situations in the below sentences? The name of our company has ...
Word Difference 0 votes, asked Aug 29 '14 by Natalia
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business letter
When refering to a council and our village, do I capitalize these words and use the in front?
Using the Word 0 votes, asked Aug 12 '14 by Elaine
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Wrong word order - can it exist?
Hi, guys! I'm translating russian verse now, so I've faced lots of difficulties! Have a look at this stanza: Encouraged ...
passive wrong Word order 0 votes, asked Jul 27 '14 by Alexey Kavun
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"Either" in a sentence
Hi! I have a question regarding the use of the adverb form of the word "either" in a sentence. For ...
either Sentence Usage Word 0 votes, asked Jun 29 '14 by Lauren
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Correct word choice
Which of the following is a correct sentence. Below are the answers to your questions. or Below is the answers ...
Word choice is are 0 votes, asked Jun 05 '14 by Paula
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Searching for a word
Is there a word in the English language to describe something that is equal parts beautiful and sad? And beautiful ...
Word-choice Word 0 votes, asked May 23 '14 by Brgrs_of_Gnarnia
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Theoretically vs. hypothetically
Need help settling an argument! My girlfriend and I were getting ice cream with a friend a couple of weeks ...
vocabulary Word Usage 0 votes, asked May 15 '14 by Andrew Fendrich
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Usage of "only"
A: We are leaving to go out of town on Friday. Thursday would work best for us. B: Unfortunately, I ...
Word Usage only grammar 0 votes, asked May 07 '14 by Rebecca
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Word usage question, any help appreciated
I would like to ____ by inviting questions from the audience. (end - stop) fill the blank with one of ...
blank Usage Word Difference 0 votes, asked Jan 17 '14 by Mardin Uzeri
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Is my sentence written correctly?!
She wants to wear another outfit. Only, there's no time. Is the sentence correct, and is the usage of "only" ...
Sentence grammar Word Structure 0 votes, asked Nov 15 '13 by user22
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Passed or past
I'm a little confused about which is the right word to use in the sentences below. I have been looking ...
correct Word 0 votes, asked Aug 27 '13 by Lee
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