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Quoted sentences in a sentences
How do I correctly punctuate a sentence that has two quoted sentences inside? For example: Instead using "A plant will ...
quotes 0 votes, asked 4 hours ago by Robert Sanders
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diagramming sentences
Please diagram the simple sentence : I don't know the answer.
0 votes, asked 9 hours ago by linda sirisky
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What are the rules for gerunds
0 votes, asked 10 hours ago by kristen
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write the possessive form of the noun in parentheses
do you like this (artist) style?
0 votes, asked 12 hours ago by Jennifer
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Capitalize or not Capitalize
I am writing a letter to a specific construction contractor constructing a public works project. I make reference to the ...
0 votes, asked 13 hours ago by Daniel Freeman
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word choice
SENTENCE - The visibility around this area* is simply incredible; no matter how deep you dive, the turquoise waters never ...
Word choice 0 votes, asked 15 hours ago by Viv
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What's wrong with this sentence ?
Exasperated, the teacher asked, "Does anybody know where their buddy is ?"
0 votes, asked 16 hours ago by Dae Dae Moty
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would be
Do both work?The ultimate goal would be to get an answer.The ultimate goal; to get an answer.
0 votes, asked 19 hours ago by darin ashby
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Is "the man with his two dogs is" correct
Which sentence is correct? The man with his two dogs are eating breakfast. The man with his two dogs is ...
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by chad
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Not only do we arrive professionally manicured, but we also leave your lawn in a safe and freshly manicured condition, ...
commas grammer 0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Carmen Williams
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sentence grammar
keeping style in mind, please select the correct sentence from the options below. (Points : 1) Samuel enjoyed racing his ...
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Nairobia Ramey
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the meaning of WOT in British news headlines
Does the famous headline "It's The Sun Wot Won It" (The Sun 11 April 1992) mean “It’s the Sun that ...
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by ckkim
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When referring to one member of a group of many belonging to one person (for example, a father), does the ...
apostrophe 0 votes, edited 1 day ago by Rebecca Engel
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Is assimilate used correctly in this context
"Travel unfailingly assimilates methods of deferring arrogance"
unfailingly assimilates deferring arrogance 0 votes, asked 1 day ago by William Cann
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Past Continuous
Example: Because the soup had been made from bug juice, Sally threw up. The phrase, had been made; is that ...
grammar 0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Annie Yang
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Using 'She' when talking about a mother.
My mother has been recently getting very upset at me when I am conversing with my dad and her at ...
she mother improper offensive rude 0 votes, asked 1 day ago by zach kazmer
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it took me two hours to cairo .where is the modfier and what type is it ?
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by sara
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Status of add-in for Mac version of Word
I am a recent subscriber to Grammarly and was surprised to learn that there is no MS Word add-in for ...
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Tom Morgan
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The meeting is cancelled due to John being in training
The meeting is cancelled due to John being in training. Is the above sentence gramatically correct? Thanks!
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Ellie
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writing in the third person?
This may sound funny but how do i write in the third person?
third person 0 votes, asked 1 day ago by John Howard
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Present Perfect Tense
I am struggling to understand the difference between the present perfect tense and the the present perfect progressive tense. Is ...
tense tenses perfect present presentperfect 0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Aidan Miller
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Which is correct: "He presented to the emergency room in a wheelchair" or "He presented at the emergency room in ...
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Susan
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Can "validate" be a recursive verb?
Let us take for example the following sentences: This validates. Make sure your ticket validates. What is wrong with these ...
0 votes, edited 1 day ago by ssh
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What is the proper context to use a semicolon?
I have suspected that i need to use them in my writing some times, however i would like some examples ...
Semicolon text context 0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Allison Jameson
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Uncertain future
If somebody said "Hopefully, I'll visit you next year", can I reply "Can't wait to see you next year then"? ...
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Maria Mikołajczak
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Active Voice to Passive Voice
Can someone please rewrite the ff. sentences in active voice to passive voice? 1) The Philippine mandurugo, for instance, has ...
passive-voice active-voice verb passive active 0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Ivis Baironet
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difference between "to and from" as opposed to "to or from"
is there a difference at all in the expression "to and from" as opposed to using "to or from"?
0 votes, asked Mar 31 by Ciaran
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Am I using this apostrophe correctly?
Hello, I have a sentence here and I'm wondering if it's correct. Jake's nose could rival Ben's Unfourtantely as it's ...
+1 vote, asked Mar 31 by Keenun
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Subject/Verb Agreement
Which answer is correct for the following sentence and why? Science and technology (has made/are making) many advances this century. ...
0 votes, asked Mar 31 by Elaine
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which one is correct and why ? It is require or It is required
0 votes, asked Mar 31 by sunil
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