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Merry Movie Christmas
Can I say "Merry Movie Christmas", if I mean something like "Merry Films-Filled Christmas" and it should be on a ...
0 votes, asked 3 hours ago by tereza
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Grammar - need explanation
Grammar question:A platypus is a furry animal. Furry is the adjective. What is the noun it is modifying in the ...
0 votes, asked 13 hours ago by Trish Trishwilliford@kingcorporategroup.com
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How can u find the agactive in a sentenc?
0 votes, asked 17 hours ago by Brianna Brianna.todd@gmail.com
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which comes frist time or place?
The regular season will begin on Tuesday, October 27, 2015 at the United Center, home of the Chicago Bulls, who ...
0 votes, asked 18 hours ago by ak ak4ever1@yahoo.com
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Decades - plural or possessive
In writing about a decade, is it "In the 1930's," or "In the 1930s," ?
Decades years 0 votes, asked 21 hours ago by Gene Eggleston com01@smileswinks.com
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subject verb agreement
can you correct this sntence for me? This is one reason why some people does not attent college because of ...
0 votes, asked 22 hours ago by charless charlessveals@yahoo.com
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I am not sure if my translation of the heading sounds correct (please help)
Hello everyone!Thanks in advance! So, here is the problem - the heading of the text means something like " Act ...
translate translaetoquestion 0 votes, asked 23 hours ago by Fatima inmaf131@yandex.ru
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Do I need to write out 293,000 because it's used in the beginning of a sentence? 293,000 pounds concentrated in ...
numbers 0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Susan Nilsson
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whether to use "us" or "we" in the following sentence
Which is correct: 1) it is us who have opened the gates, or 2) it is we who have opened ...
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Mendl Malkin mendl.malkin@gmail.com
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0 votes, asked 1 day ago by mobs amrawat.mobs@gmail.com
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I heard that + past simple or past perfect?
I'm having trouble with the following: a) I heard that he killed her with a knife. or b) I heard ...
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by mark markr_smith@hotmail.co.uk
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usage of the word "that"
Example: The director of operations announced that Miles will be relieved of his duties or The director of operations announced ...
that 0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Bobby Franks riyih@inboxstore.me
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Q1: Identify the parts of speech in the following sentence: The seven old elephants never forgot to perform their famous ...
myenglish 0 votes, asked 1 day ago by abdull
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When to use inverted commas
When writing the abbreviated name of something in brackets after the full name should the abbreviation be written in inverted ...
commas 0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Clare Hooper clare.hooper0@gmail.com
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Opinion and improvement
"I can't truly enjoy material things, experiences and all the love I receive when I realize there's others that don't, ...
opinion improve writing write correction 0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Alexandra alerdz199@gmail.com
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In the following sentence, how is Bill being used? My cousin, Bill, is invited. Is Bill a direct address, or ...
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Erin Hansen nrcsteacher@gmail.com
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belief in/of/about/on?
I'm confused when I tried to define the specific subject of belief. Which word should follow belief? An example will ...
belief 0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Ruoyan Huang
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When writing the words, french cuisine describing the type of food, are all, either or none of the two words ...
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Susan sjhnelson@naperville203.org
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correct usage of 'came'
I recentley went out with some friends and posted a picture online, I had another friend (who did not attend ...
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by drew
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Why 'berieved' is preceeded by 'the'?
Why 'berieved' is preceeded by 'the'? Could you, please, explain it in terms of grammar? Thank you.
Articles 0 votes, asked 1 day ago by student2210
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In "She left crying", is "crying" an adverb, adverbial or both?
In "She left crying", is "crying" an adverb, adverbial or both? I'm writing a book, and I want to use ...
Adverb adverbial 0 votes, asked Oct 11 by Carl carlwilliamhart@hotmail.com
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capitalisation of subjects
I would like to have a definitive answer regarding the use of capital letters for school/university subjects. It seems to ...
0 votes, asked Oct 11 by Monika Rohlwink monikarohlwink@gmail.com
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have + been without present participle
" They have been to the cinema " is this sentence grammatically complete and correct? or should it be " ...
0 votes, asked Oct 11 by mfarizi
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Question on didn't/doesn't
When presented with a conditional and some weird tense changes like: If he didn't cry when he doesn't get what ...
didnt doesnt conditional tense past 0 votes, asked Oct 11 by Patrick Pathammond87@gmail.com
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Find wrong part
Question is divided into 4 parts, numbered a) through d). one part in the sentence is not acceptable in standard ...
-2 votes, asked Oct 11 by anusree anusree.a04@gmail.com
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The correct sentence to speak
If we say. My father's phone came.. Will that be correct..
0 votes, asked Oct 11 by Avantika Illumianti.flame@yahoo.com
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Grammatical error
Which o the following, if any, contains an error in grammar or punctuation? a. Someone has left his metting notes ...
0 votes, asked Oct 11 by Gigi Nicdao gnicdao710@yahoo.com
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loud or loudly
is it "my heart beats so loud or so loudly"
0 votes, asked Oct 11 by janine
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"Spend on": phrasal verb or not?
I don't know why I can't seem to think clearly about this: Does "spend on" qualify as a phrasal verb?
phrasal verbphrases 0 votes, asked Oct 11 by MP modestproposal14@yahoo.com
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matter of choice?
If I say "twice as bad" is it no different than saying "twice worse"?
0 votes, asked Oct 11 by DR. PAXECO radiacaofossil@hotmail.com
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