Unanswered questions

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use of been and being
Is this sentence correct? The request is being made to pay Mr. Browne for the work completed on the project
0 votes, asked 22 hours ago by Paula Spencer
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Why the Past Tense in "I lost my keys" where is no concrete time.
Hi, everyone I've got a trouble with the next sentence which I heard from some show "I lost my keys, ...
+1 vote, asked 23 hours ago by Vadim
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In that list I have highlighted
In that list I have highlighted - This is correct sentance??
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by naresh
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change active voice into passive
Did you hear the news of our country? I heard it.I could not believe it.
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by piyush
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I need to tell that what will I do in my spare time
In my spare time, I go to garden and water the plant. (Is the sentence right?)
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Pradeeba
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comprised of/composed of
Is it acceptable to use the phrase "comprised of"?
comprised 0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Anne Sullivan
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active voice to passive voice
I have a pen
0 votes, asked Sep 03 by Ajoy Sadhukhan
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which tense forms this sentence
so a week before, my teacher asked me a question. what tense is this sentence in. and the sentence was ...
grammar tense presentperfectcontinuous pastper 0 votes, asked Sep 03 by mfarizi
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Grammar check
"After the team has met a meeting with the suppler was agreed upon"
0 votes, asked Sep 03 by Yandie Nkwane
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The use of "Associates" in the name of a buisness
What is the appropriate use of "Associates" in the title of a business? I have recently been asked to join ...
0 votes, asked Sep 03 by David
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Capitalization and spelling
If the word Is not capitalized is it a word or is it a letter
0 votes, asked Sep 03 by Anthony Clearwood
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Use Grammarly on another computer
Can I sign in to Grammarly on another comuputer?
0 votes, asked Sep 03 by Ricardo Rucker
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I, you, we, they
Explain first, second and third person.
0 votes, asked Sep 03 by Dorell DiRicco
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Should this be "this" or "that?" Is "cowardliness correct here?
Meekness is often equated with weakness and cowardliness, but this is far from the truth.
0 votes, asked Sep 02 by Susan
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SpeLLing
Wondering why so many occurrences of double lettering aside from the need of a prefix or suffix addition, possibly even ...
spell spelling rules exceptions alphabet 0 votes, asked Sep 02 by Charles I. Kenney, IV
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Is "please do" a proper phrase?
Is it proper to use "do" in this sentence? Please do let me know if you have any additional questions ...
0 votes, asked Sep 02 by LOgata
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Asking about Who to Ask
What is the proper way of saying the following (and is there a colloquial vs. written difference?): Who can I ...
question asking preposition whom 0 votes, asked Sep 02 by Shiva Ashrafzadeh
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Are these sentences actually incorrect.
According to the answer section of the study book that I'm using the follow sentences are incorrect. Pizza is my ...
0 votes, asked Sep 02 by Danica
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grammer
who all are going? is this sentence correct or wrong?
0 votes, asked Sep 02 by saikiranrathod
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change in passive voice
I am not ready to do this work
0 votes, asked Sep 02 by MUKUL KUMAR
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Present tense usage
Which is correct? Please wait while the system is restarting. OR Please wait while the system restarts. I often see ...
0 votes, asked Sep 02 by Loretta Remington
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Tear Parcel Tapes without Scissor
For anyone who is along the way involving relocating, you understand exactly how crucial providing mp3 can be. Using this ...
packers and movers 0 votes, asked Sep 02 by justchill swh
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Eugenics thought
I am perplexed by the use of 'eugenics thought' in published text. According to my understanding it should be either ...
Possessives adjectives idioms 0 votes, asked Sep 02 by AnneR
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Grammar
2. ______ class schedule won't let him attend. A) James B) Jame's C) jame's D) James' E) james
0 votes, asked Sep 02 by Waqas
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Question re conditional clause in official letters
I'd like to ask which one of the two sentences below is more appropriate in official invitation letter? 1. It ...
0 votes, asked Sep 02 by Max
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English
Does this sentence make sense? I'm nt sure if it's correct grammar-wise or it's incorrect. If you think about it, ...
0 votes, asked Sep 02 by Samiha Zaman
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meet at the track at seven o clock. si it imperative or exclamatory
meet at the track at seven o clock. si it imperative or exclamatory
0 votes, asked Sep 01 by alyssa
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went shopping vs went for shopping
Are both of these sentences correct:1. I went shopping.2. I went for shopping.3. I went shopping for clothes.I know 1 ...
for 0 votes, asked Sep 01 by asim khwaja
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Should this be "at" school or "in" school. Is no one OK, or noone?
Nowadays, if a problem arises in the home, workplace, or school, you can be sure that no one admits any ...
0 votes, asked Sep 01 by Susan
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Comma Splice, Independent Clauses, and Connectors
Are the following sentences incorrect or correct? According to the answer guide in the textbook that I'm using they are....I'm ...
independent Clauses semicolons commasplice fanboys 0 votes, asked Sep 01 by Danica
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