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Any More or Anymore?
I am wondering if anyone else out there is confused by the "any more" or "anymore" spellings and meanings. Perhaps ...
0 votes, asked Jan 29 '14 by Laura Tveras
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passive voice?
Not sure what passisive voice means See example: With opportunities and the social community in which a child is surrounded ...
0 votes, asked Jan 29 '14 by cyndi fitzpatrick
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fragments
how would I re-word this? See example: With opportunities and the social community in which a child is surrounded by ...
0 votes, asked Jan 29 '14 by cyndi fitzpatrick
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meaning of a sentence
What does it mean the sentence-Life will never smack you in the face,for you wont give it a chance.
0 votes, asked Jan 29 '14 by VESELINA ANGELOVA
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Misuse of word
How to use the words of "Sales" and "Sale"?
0 votes, asked Jan 29 '14 by Nantapol Bunyuen
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Edit my text
I would like you to Edit my texts, is it possible ? See example: In this book I want a ...
0 votes, asked Jan 29 '14 by Khalil E. Nikkhessal
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semicolon
In the sentence below, I want to know if the semicolon (between 'project' and 'collaborating') is correctly used. Thank you ...
0 votes, asked Jan 28 '14 by Rebecca Carson
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Proper Nouns Possesive Form
How do you write Ortiz on personalized item- Ortiz' or Ortiz's?
Name 0 votes, asked Jan 28 '14 by diana
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spelling
How do you spell the following basketball terms? midcourt or mid court downcourt or down court playmaker or play maker
0 votes, asked Jan 28 '14 by G. Thomas Baer
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pen
Hi. What do we say when sb is making noise by playing with his/her pen in the class and we ...
idiom 0 votes, asked Jan 28 '14 by Javadsh
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preposition usage - solution to/ solution for
Which is correct? The solution to your divorce. The solution for your divorce.
0 votes, asked Jan 28 '14 by PJ
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In which sentence is the predicate nominative correct?
A. That is her. B. That is she. C. It is us. D. It is me.
help 0 votes, asked Jan 28 '14 by joe le
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about coplement
what is a complement?
0 votes, asked Jan 28 '14 by Arindam Thakur
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Please comment
To my knowledge the following church prayer is grammatically wrong as it gives a negative message. Please correct the same ...
-1 votes, asked Jan 28 '14 by Moncy Varghese
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grammar check
Then, donors transfer to the adsorbed oxygen on the surface and the space charge layer and also potential barrier formed ...
0 votes, asked Jan 28 '14 by maryam
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Is the "Not..but..."structure in the following sentence correct?
I would like to know whether the "not...but..."structure in the following sentence is correct or not:"This city did not have ...
0 votes, asked Jan 28 '14 by Jack Lee
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meaning of a sentence
what does it mean the sentence -Never will i tolerate that girl in my home a moment longer than can ...
0 votes, asked Jan 28 '14 by VESELINA ANGELOVA
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Please give me more examples of senteces using subordinating conjuctions.
Sentences with subordinating conjuctions See example: We call it a car instead of "an engine driving the wheels with a ...
0 votes, asked Jan 28 '14 by Berkis Salcedo
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PROOF READING
Can I find out more about proof reading offered. See example: It's unclear when and how this subject left or ...
0 votes, asked Jan 27 '14 by HAROLD PETERSON
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meaning different among these words and grammer
1-determination-decide2-trap-arrest3-responde-reply-answer4-evidence-registration-record5-lime-lemon6-instrument-tool7-huge-enormous-giant-tremendous-gigantic8-warrant-verdict9-turn around-gone back-return10-monster-freak11-aisle-hall12-take a bath-take a shower13-get dress-wear-get dressed-come dressed14-smile-laugh15-hilarious-funny16-farm-field17-any body-any one18-sentence-warrant19-fella-boy friend20-figured-think
-1 votes, asked Jan 27 '14 by masoumeh
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Different meaning these words and grammer
1-determination-decide2-trap-arrest3-responde-reply-answer4-evidence-registration-record5-lime-lemon6-instrument-tool7-huge-enormous-giant-tremendous-gigantic8-warrant-verdict9-turn around-gone back-return10-monster-freak11-aisle-hall12-take a bath-take a shower13-get dress-wear-get dressed-come dressed14-smile-laugh15-hilarious-funny16-farm-field17-any body-any one18-sentence-warrant19-fella-boy friend20-figured-think
-1 votes, asked Jan 27 '14 by masoumeh
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are my old documents recoverable from the grammarly website
are my old documents recoverable from the grammarly website If grammarly edited a document for me and I gorgot to ...
0 votes, asked Jan 27 '14 by Ronald Woodbrey
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Sentence correction
which one is correct or both are wrong please answer "I thought I would rift through the bad weather and ...
0 votes, asked Jan 27 '14 by Good
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Grammarly is not working
It not analysing the document to show were needs to be corrected See example: Therefore it would seem to be ...
0 votes, asked Jan 27 '14 by Lovemore
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wrong or right use of words
is this statement right? '' we at global trust bank wishes you a most productive week'' thank you
0 votes, asked Jan 27 '14 by tommy
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Usage of commas in titles
Which is correct? VP, Engineering or VP Engineering? I am convinced that the latter is grammatically correct since the comma ...
0 votes, asked Jan 27 '14 by Stephen Rockman
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Question regarding following.
When someone says the following "Business cards will be printed next Wednesday morning and delivered to my office the following ...
TOEIC 0 votes, asked Jan 27 '14 by wjswnstjq
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Whats wrong with this
Whats wrong with this? See example: If it wasn't for this great nationalism, our country would be nowhere.
0 votes, asked Jan 27 '14 by Patrick Lucas
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Plural for last name ending in 'i'
I'm creating handmade bridal gifts for a girlfriends. My dilemia is that her new name will end 'etti' is the ...
plural 0 votes, asked Jan 27 '14 by Jill
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Language Arts
Is correct to say beficial for or beneficila to when used in a sentence like: internet is beneficila to humans ...
0 votes, asked Jan 27 '14 by Doris Salazar
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