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Hyperbole help please!
Can someone tell me how a hyperbole enhances someone's reading?
0 votes, asked 35 minutes ago by David Liu
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passive voice needs to be changed to active voice
how do you change "is eradicated " to active voice? and "being asked" to active voice?
+1 vote, asked 4 hours ago by 9040353618
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Question about English grammar and and speaking in songs
Hi everyoneI'm an English language learner and i was listening to a song from evanescence and a question came into ...
+1 vote, asked 10 hours ago by mrgspeed
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Revised Document
Once you made revisions on your paper based on the requests from Grammerly, how do up upload the undated paper ...
-1 votes, asked 18 hours ago by Yvette Parrish
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not only to ; sentence Is it grammatically correct?
I am an English teacher in Korea. Please help me to teach correct English to my students. I don't think ...
0 votes, edited 19 hours ago by suwon kim
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During the _____ century, the average height of an American male was _____. a. eighteenth, 5'5'' b. 18th, 5 feet ...
0 votes, asked 22 hours ago by ashik
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Can someone give me examples of a bad word choice?
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by David Liu
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Using proper pronoun case
In these instances, which pronouns should be used? 1. The article was signed by Bea Wright and (she, her). 2. ...
pronoun proper her she 0 votes, asked 1 day ago by greyson chamberlain
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I placed an order for grammar to be corrected.
My order is being kicked back stating that your text in english and not machine translated and my order could ...
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Janelle horse
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Can "satisfaction guaranteed" by hyphenated?
I would like to include a heading above a list of our services that says "Our Satisfaction-Guaranteed Services:" Is this ...
hyphen hyphenate hyphenation 0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Adriane Hale
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grammar rule
What is the explanation of the actual grammatical rule?
+1 vote, asked Feb 04 by Ahmariyah King
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Using a comma after 'hello' or 'hi' before a name sounds unnatural to me.
Everytime I let Grammarly suggest corrections to an email it suggests adding a comma after 'hello' or 'hi.' For example, ...
comma formality hello hi 0 votes, asked Feb 03 by Arena
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Plural of Plethora
Does the word 'plethora' have a plural form? For example: 'There are a variety of separate and distinct plethoras out ...
+1 vote, asked Feb 03 by Mike Bael
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grammatically sentence is right or not
i want to ask you " did you do something is grammatically right or not.
+1 vote, asked Feb 03 by sneha sharma
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Essential questions for ideas that matter now
Why is it important to have an imformed opinion about national and international affairs?
+1 vote, asked Feb 03 by Tiana
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How to configure a Telnet login device?
If you use Telnet login equipment, the equipment must be equipped with IP addresses, VTY user authentication method, VTY user ...
0 votes, asked Feb 03 by zhangman
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Australian version
How do I change Grammerly to Australian English? It is set as US.
0 votes, asked Feb 03 by Kaylee
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The Past Conditional Mood and the Perfect Infinitive
Could anyone please tell me if the sentence "It would have been better for him not to have been told ...
pastconditionalmood Infinitive 0 votes, asked Feb 03 by Rene
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push against or towards something?
If it is physical, for example, ''I'm pushing my hands towards the floor'' (I mean that I'm doing a force ...
Word Usage Differences +1 vote, asked Feb 02 by Lia
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They have a cold or They have colds?
Should we pluralize the disease because of the pronoun?What about rash?
+1 vote, asked Feb 02 by gggggggg
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Revise a sentence
Revise the this sentence: • Assisted the End User, step by step, in the proper procedure for the requested action.
0 votes, asked Feb 02 by Veronica Peavy
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reload grammerly on my computer
My computer had a virus and needed to be cleaned out. How do I download it again?
0 votes, asked Feb 02 by Michelle Williams
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adjectives and posessives
Hello! I'm having trouble choosing the correct phrase to say "the full stack for publishers". (A "full stack" is a ...
Possessives genitives adjectives 0 votes, asked Feb 02 by Margaret
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Can you make an account without subscribing?
+1 vote, asked Feb 02 by Aaminah Ahmed
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there is a error in each line.plzzzzz correct
the way the mentally challenged deals with e.g deals .....are dealt in a country is a case of concern Barring ...
+1 vote, asked Feb 02 by riz
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This weekend coming up (2/6/16); please let me know if there is an inconvenience.
grammar 0 votes, asked Feb 01 by IB
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verb agreement
The number of idiopathic and cryptogenic cases are getting decreased. A number of idiopathic and cryptogenic cases are getting decreased. ...
+1 vote, asked Feb 01 by madhav
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Choose from the following coordinating conjunctions: and, but, or, so, or nor. Use each conjunction only once. Either my father ...
0 votes, asked Feb 01 by elina
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doubt on making sentences
1. what is day order toay, 2. let us exchange the classes?
+1 vote, asked Feb 01 by arul bruno
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Is it safe
Is it safe ? After using grammarly when i will submit my work in drop box to check plagirism and ...
+1 vote, asked Jan 31 by amandeep kaur
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