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On diagraming a sentence with an adverbial phrase followed by a preposition
"Because of you, my life has changed" Please help me diagram this. I find it very confusing
Prepositions Adverb Phrase diagramming Sentence 0 votes, asked Nov 19 '12 by Denise De Jesus
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What is the right sentence "Towards refined a new concept or "Towards establish a new concept
What is the right sentence "Towards refined a new concept" or "Towards establish a new concept"
0 votes, asked Nov 19 '12 by hesham abu saada
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comma
Some people put a comma before 'and' in citations or texts. Citations Jan Mees, Jan Seys, and Eric Coppejans My ...
comma and 0 votes, asked Nov 19 '12 by Ingrid
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How can I better write this?
I am trying to show the steps continuousaly as step one-nine, but within one sentence. See example: They are as ...
0 votes, asked Nov 19 '12 by Andrew
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how do i fix this sentence
how do I have past and present in it See example: She was my bridesmaid; I remember when I asked ...
-1 votes, asked Nov 19 '12 by Teresa Smart
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On the journey over the lake, I began to wonder what it would be like.
Can Someone explain to me how to place my puincuation. how is this sentence structured See example: On the Journey ...
0 votes, asked Nov 19 '12 by Gretel Seymour
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Geography Research Paper
How should I word this? Thanks! See example: Saudi Arabia continues to encounter regular gender inequities in education, culture and ...
0 votes, asked Nov 19 '12 by shelby tersavich
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Synonyms for "prince consort"
1: ...a love spiritually supported, just as a prince consort. 2. He married the Ministry and became her prince consort. ...
0 votes, edited Nov 18 '12 by sandra medina
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Subject-Verb Agreement
What are the subject and verb of this sentence? What disturbs me IS/ARE your muddled syntax and incorrect grammar. I ...
0 votes, asked Nov 18 '12 by Jeffrey Pressman
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Plagiarism
was percentage is normally allowed in plageiarism in college See example: Primeval man found himself in a hazardous and hostile ...
+1 vote, asked Nov 18 '12 by PATRICK O'NEILL
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Improper us of, and agreemnt of, pronouns
New to Grammarly and still evaluating. The examples the software give me do not fit. Can you tell me as ...
0 votes, asked Nov 18 '12 by J Price
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Sentence correction
Is the sentence " Sons take up the cudgels after father's demise" correct? please correct it. ravinder malhotra.
0 votes, asked Nov 18 '12 by ravinder malhotra
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Use of "kindly to" or "to kindly"
I wonder when it is right to say: "May I request you to kindly", or to say "May I kindly ...
0 votes, asked Nov 18 '12 by rajendra
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parallel structure question
The person does not know how the dog got the flu, but she is currently on medication, shows no symptoms, ...
0 votes, asked Nov 18 '12 by Tim Priot
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General questions help appreciated
1. Parallel structure (does "shows symptoms" violate parallel structure?): The doctor does not know how the dog got sick, but ...
0 votes, asked Nov 17 '12 by Tim Priot
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email conformation not working
So I signed up for grammarly on Tuesday, 11/13/12 and I never got the conformathin email. I needed the 7 ...
0 votes, asked Nov 17 '12 by Vivian Garza
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difference between WHAT and WHICH in direct questions
Can you explain me the difference between WHAT and WHICH in direct questions? Please also give many examples!! Thanks...
0 votes, asked Nov 17 '12 by LANGUAGEFINDER
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Grammar questions help appreciated
1. Parallel structure (does "shows symptoms" violate parallel structure?): The doctor does not know how the dog got sick, but ...
0 votes, asked Nov 17 '12 by Tim Priot
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Ask for the sentence skills I can learn from the sentence, or some special features of the sentence
The sentence is: My favourite uncle, my mother’s brother, the man who taught me music, taught me to drive, teased ...
0 votes, asked Nov 17 '12 by 031522
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abortion in second trimseter
i need three main pionts on this topic See example: Financial burden for the cost of abortion
0 votes, asked Nov 17 '12 by kimberly spence
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as well
correct usage of this word See example: At 11.00 A.M.to 5.00 P.M. Also it would be great if anybody can ...
0 votes, asked Nov 17 '12 by steve
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Having difficulty changing my wordy sentence
How can I change this to not make it so wordy? See example: One considerable disadvantage discussed was how would ...
+1 vote, asked Nov 16 '12 by Audra Johnson
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english 101
Identify the type of error in the sentence. If the sentence contains no error, select C. A symphony is where ...
Sentence Structure 0 votes, asked Nov 16 '12 by robert cleaver
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tired of studying / bored with studying
Are these phrases correct? What is the best way of using bored ?
0 votes, asked Nov 16 '12 by mercezu
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how can i fix this problem
what do i need to change See example: The individual is immersed in an ocean of capabilities to process knowledge.
0 votes, asked Nov 15 '12 by Janice Kerley
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how to rephrase "Conflict, however, should not be viewed as something to be avoided."
how to rephrase "Conflict, however, should not be viewed as something to be avoided." See example: Conflict, however, should not ...
0 votes, asked Nov 15 '12 by Marie Volcimus
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use of adjectives and adverbs
incorrect use of adjectives and adverbs, agreement with nouns and verbs, and when to use certain adjectives and adverbs See ...
0 votes, asked Nov 15 '12 by Mainaga Taape
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mistake made with nouns
re-word the sentence See example: • The Solomon Islands Customs Service Corporate Plan must formulate in a way that specifically, ...
0 votes, asked Nov 15 '12 by Mainaga Taape
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Can you check out / check my grammar?
Can you check out my grammar? VS. Can you check my grammar? I feel like there is some nuance between ...
0 votes, asked Nov 15 '12 by Hans
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subordinating conjunctions
Hi .. i got a question about the subordinating conjunctions . actully its an exercise in our english book and ...
0 votes, asked Nov 15 '12 by Sarah
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