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Is "itself" OK here?
The gentle Son of God proved to be mightier than death itself, and on the third day He rose from ...
0 votes, asked 58 minutes ago by Susan
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Effect vs Affect
In the following sentence which is correct "Item cost and sell prices will be effected or affected?
0 votes, asked 2 hours ago by Frank
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Collective nouns
Is this sentence correct? - Through strong legal respresentation and support, familes have been able to keep a roof over ...
0 votes, asked 3 hours ago by Sue Cardillo
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Negarives
Is it "she could care less" or "she couldn't care less"?
0 votes, asked 4 hours ago by Loretta Godfrey
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7 days free trial
To whom it may concern, I was reading somewhere online that I can get free 7 days trials on grammarly ...
0 votes, asked 5 hours ago by tomi
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Could anyone help me understand the usage of articles?
hello everyone, I'm a Korean student who's learning English as a second foreign language. While learning 'article' in English, I ...
article 0 votes, asked 10 hours ago by Myung hak 명학
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Why is grammarly not letting me login i was charged on my credit card
Please email me i have been charged but can not login. joegabow1@hotmail.com
0 votes, asked 14 hours ago by joe gabow
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change sentences to passive voice
Convert the following sentences into passive: 1. They often read e-mails. 2. I wrote a letter yesterday. 3. Children are ...
0 votes, asked 16 hours ago by Surendra B
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change to the interrogative and negative forms
we are sad
0 votes, asked 19 hours ago by Luz Myriam
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"Importance in" or "importance for"
Topic A has received relatively little attention in the literature on Subject B, despite its importance in model selection and ...
0 votes, asked 19 hours ago by artur
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Gerund and Appositive Phrase
In the sentence, "Blanche, who enjoys talking, is very sweet." is the part "Blanche, who enjoys talking," a gerund AND ...
gerund gerundphrase appositive appositivephrase 0 votes, asked 20 hours ago by Haven Neiman
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Form statements using the following words/phrases.
1. to music / Marlen / is listening /now 2. did / I / my homework / in my room ...
0 votes, asked 22 hours ago by YoGolan
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English
What is a complex tense & its forms With examples
0 votes, asked 22 hours ago by akinosi.k
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multiple chooses,tick the correct answers
Select the correct usage of the comma: a) Sheila who is a hair stylist often closes her saloon at 8 ...
-1 votes, asked 1 day ago by elizabeth
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noun+noun, ing+noun and ed+noun
what is the difference noun+ noun, ing+ noun and -ed+noun? noun noun and ing noun are used when what kind ...
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by park
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correct verb tense
Is this grammarly correct? I find the horse
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by cherrymacaraig
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sentence making
Which sentence is correct:- 1. It is I. Or 2. It is me.
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by vandana sindher
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What would I use: Intaking, in taking, in-taking
...our expeirence intaking third-party code, and our knowledge of... or ...our expeirence in taking third-party code, and our knowledge of...
Intake 0 votes, asked Jan 27 by Kris
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where do you live
where do you live
0 votes, asked Jan 27 by kishore
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grammar
is the sentence correct : All the parents should reach school in time?? or should it be : All the ...
0 votes, asked Jan 27 by Sheena S
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What is the error with the conjunctive adverb?
The man immediately absconded away when the police arrived to the crime scene; Therefore, it was indubitably clear that he ...
0 votes, asked Jan 26 by c
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verb to have
A spider doesn't have wings. A bird have wings. or A spider doesn't has wings. A bird has wings.
0 votes, asked Jan 26 by mjama
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Sentence Structure
Which one is correct - Have you ever purchased Adobe software? or - Have you ever purchased an Adobe software?
0 votes, asked Jan 26 by Alex B
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converting statement into question
how to convert following statement into questions EXAMPLE: STATEMENT: She is working in New York. QUESTION: Where is she working? ...
-1 votes, asked Jan 25 by Fatima Faiha
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Do I use a singular or plural veb?
Few people in my family really understand or understands me.
0 votes, asked Jan 25 by Sharon Stringer
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"of" or "for"
I am creating a product that involves movement stations for regular education students that replicates a variety of diabilities so ...
of for 0 votes, asked Jan 25 by Pete Charrette
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Come On with Comma
"Come on, let's party!" Since "come on" can be a complete sentence on its own, should I replace that comma ...
comma 0 votes, asked Jan 24 by Al Guien
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used for + -ing form OR used +infinitive
Could you please tell me whether or not both these structure are correct. And if so, is one better than ...
0 votes, asked Jan 24 by Apolo
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grammag
Is "who is a friend of whom" correct?
0 votes, asked Jan 24 by Pan
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Sentence Structure
Id there anything gramatically incorrect about the tag line "Get there firstt." and, if so, what is the infringement?
0 votes, asked Jan 23 by Randi McEntee
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