Unanswered questions

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active and passive voice
when will we recieve our results? i want a nswer for this question . it shud be changed to passive ...
0 votes, asked 2 hours ago by neeraja sivaraj
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What odes the phrase "MORE RESERVED TYPE" mean?
I have a short paragraph as follows: "Home-stays, as they are referred to, can be a great experience, especially for ...
0 votes, asked 3 hours ago by khoa nguyen dang
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A hidden meaning
Is there a hidden meaning to this statement : I just knew that he was coming.What does this imply??
0 votes, asked 3 hours ago by Miki
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I was asked to punctuate correctly, however, I see no real difference.
Which version is the correct one? Why? A) She had many groceries written on the list: bread, eggs, milk, ice ...
punctuation 0 votes, asked 6 hours ago by Samuel Stewart
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Usage
John's company finally moved out of that old office building. John's company finally moved out from that old office building. ...
0 votes, asked 10 hours ago by Sanjay
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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 1 day ago by Anna Vinaya Xavier
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Is this sentence grammatically correct/make sense?
Exactly as the title says. "My parents possessed the language trifecta under their belts; fluent in Spanish, Cantonese, and Mandarin." ...
Sentence grammar correct sense 0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Angel Chang
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stressed syllale
what are the stressed syllable in these words probaly insurance disintigrate impossile sentence a project to project procrastination chairperson
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Roma Nihalani
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How i can answers that Q
I ran fast so i won the race
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Marwan Saed
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active voice into passive
Who had robbed them of money?
+1 vote, asked 1 day ago by Nimrah Rizvi
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these or this- two arguments ?
These two arguments or this two arguments i know these (plural) thise (singular) but im not sure ...:)
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by belals
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negative of a sentence
what is the negative of "they will be used" ?
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by alex
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word
Which is correct? 'Tom and Tina invite you to our Drinks Party... or 'Tom and Tina invite you to their ...
0 votes, asked Dec 20 by alan
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1 master's degree, 2 masters' degrees?
I want to say on a job application that I have two masters' degrees. Where should my apostrophe go? 2 ...
0 votes, asked Dec 20 by Steven Post
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preposition
The train is ................time.
0 votes, asked Dec 20 by Nisha Verma
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how to address a family
When addressing an envelope do I write: The Smiths OR The Smith's Thank you
0 votes, asked Dec 20 by Yoshi Bujek
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Re: unable to login
I am existing customer since last year, name , Eunice Amaprbeng, student and email is euniceampar@yahoo.co.uk. I am strugling to ...
0 votes, asked Dec 19 by Eunice Amparbeng
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Use of practice/practise
In the following sentence, writing about how a particular lawyer practises (not about his legal practice - as in his ...
practice practise 0 votes, asked Dec 19 by Geraldine Nichols
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I am sending it to those who has party tonight and to those who has not.
Hello! I would like to send a radio song. Could you please tell me fi this sentence is correct? Thanks
-1 votes, asked Dec 19 by Vörös Regina
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article
Eggs are sold by the dozen. This is wrong or right?
0 votes, asked Dec 19 by Nia Choudhary
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Preposition
Hating you is the next possible thing I can do with/to you now. Which preposition best suits the sentence to ...
0 votes, asked Dec 18 by Ankita
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Aren't there certain situations when a comma can precede "even if"?
This place is great. Have to say that right off the bat. Sometimes I feel like the "even if" subordinate ...
comma 0 votes, edited Dec 18 by donna
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capitalization
When refering to a marketing committe, is "marketing committee" caitalized?
0 votes, asked Dec 18 by Jack Hemple
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Accurate usage
Why not will you speak to him? Why will not you speak to him? Why will you not speak to ...
0 votes, asked Dec 18 by Ghulamdada16
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"I" or "me"
When someone says, " Who is at the door?" What should I answer? I or me?
0 votes, asked Dec 18 by Ghulamdada16
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my system makes me always in trouble is this sentence is correct
my system makes me always in trouble is this sentence is correct
0 votes, asked Dec 18 by Revathy G
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english
Even a few special pieces were designed by jimmy himself.
0 votes, asked Dec 18 by dinesh kar
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Is this sentence correct?
The next report we have taken us from the Middle East to the West African nation of Sierra Leone.
0 votes, asked Dec 18 by senseius
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Complete or incomplete comparisons?
I have a problem with incomplete comparisons in the following example: “The precipitate content of biodiesel incubated at 4 °C ...
0 votes, asked Dec 17 by Vladimir
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Pronunciation
Carbine - is it pronounced like nine or like bean?
0 votes, asked Dec 17 by Sue Hagan
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