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change into interrogative
these musicians only perform at public functions.
0 votes, asked 9 minutes ago by bindu
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change in to interrogative
these musicians only performs at public functions
0 votes, asked 15 minutes ago by bindu
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Plural possessive nouns
Getting married. New last name will be Boyle. We are having a crawfish boil and are printing koozies with Boyles ...
plural possesive nouns apostrophe 0 votes, asked 1 hour ago by Haley
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Grammatical analysis of "whose something it is xxx"
Recently I had encountered a sentence "Where's the servant whose business it is to answer the door?" At first, I ...
relative-clauses 0 votes, asked 6 hours ago by Jeong-hun Sin
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Is the sentence 'live with honour, always' correct?
Or should I rather just go with 'always live with honour'? I want to get it tattooed on my body, ...
0 votes, asked 6 hours ago by Andra
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direct object and indirect object
My grandparent took me on a tour of the Brooklyn Bridge.
0 votes, asked 6 hours ago by ana lucia
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Correct Punctuation?
Is this statement correctly punctuated, please? This has been a dreadful case; a catalogue of depravity by one human being ...
punctuation 0 votes, asked 9 hours ago by Boone
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to a waterfowl peom
what does the idea of a loney migration contribute to the theme of the peom
0 votes, asked 10 hours ago by ashuntie
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a 1/8" vs. an 1/8"
Which of these is correct? "Use an 1/8" hex driver" or "Use a 1/8" hex driver"? I am unsure because ...
0 votes, asked 11 hours ago by Angela Dunn
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use of "to be" with certain other verbs
Often I heard people use forms of "to be" with verbs like "want," "need," "hope," etc. "I am wanting ...", ...
0 votes, asked 13 hours ago by Ed Craig
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Apostrophe question
She is not secure on rounding to the 10s and 100s' place. Is the apostrophe correct?
0 votes, asked 15 hours ago by Debbie Gardiner
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How do I revise this sentence?
Their is a new detective show on television. Starring Phil Noir. It is set in the 1940’s. According to TV ...
0 votes, asked 15 hours ago by Sylvia Solomon
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grammar question
which statement is better gramatically " she has recieved an electric shock "or " she recieved an electric shock"
0 votes, asked 18 hours ago by dina
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english grammar
He said, "thank you for you help
0 votes, asked 19 hours ago by aman mirza
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Subject and Predicate
Split the following sentence into subject and predicate - "The mangoes you brought yesterday are sweet."
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Elizabeth VK
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Please keep this information _______yourself ____some more time.
Please keep this information _______yourself ____some more time.
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by vaidyanathan
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Is this a comma, fragment, run-on,pronoun agreement, error for each sentence and please fix them tha
t includes aspects that one may not have control over, for example, the skin color, a place where one grew ...
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Jae Carino
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Identifying the person(s)
Is the "no person" the same person referred to as the following "he" and "his" below? To help clarify, the ...
-1 votes, asked 1 day ago by John LaVoie
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change the voice
kindly do me afevour.
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by ashish kumar
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how to say it.
What is the right grammar to say.Bags of blessing or Bag of blessings?
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by sharon
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Proper way to address
When the husband has passed what is the proper way to address the wife. Still use the Husbands first name ...
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Sam Cavallo
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Present tense
If the question is asked in present tense, then which tense shall be used to answer?
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by brindha moorthy
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which of these is correct: The total number of transactions on the site has increased by 45.45%. Or, the total ...
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by sushant
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Fill in the blanks with a preposition:
The boy ran ____ the dog.
0 votes, asked Mar 02 by Diganta Changmai
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the + adjective
Why is an adjective preceded by "the" in the following? In the name of Allah (God), theCompassionate, the Merciful. "Compassionate ...
0 votes, asked Mar 02 by Dwishiren
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present continuous vs going to
Could you explain those sentence below? Because I want to know more clearly about grammar.1/. I'm having an exam on ...
0 votes, edited 1 day ago by pink
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if question
Paraphrase the sentence. Brenda is a star because a famous director saw her in a school play. If a famous ...
if-conditional 0 votes, asked Mar 02 by Stanislav Petryshyn
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Was or were
If my pony was any more awesome, he would be a Unicorn. If my pony were any more awesome, he ...
0 votes, asked Mar 02 by michele grove
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dont get it
The judge condemned the hardened criminal to life imprisonment, and then he said, “You will think about this crime every ...
0 votes, asked Mar 01 by natasha
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is this cOrrect example of parenthesis?
Section (A) is better than section (B)
0 votes, asked Mar 01 by obd
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