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I was incredulous when my father asked me to switch on tv
0 votes, asked Mar 09 '13 by Arpana Kumar
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How to cite an internet source within your document?
Can anyone offer advice on how to cite an internet source within your document/paragraph. I have multiple sentences within the ...
+1 vote, asked Mar 08 '13 by Julie Helms
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When subject is singular but predicate is plural
I may be using the word predicate incorrectly (as I forget a lot of grammar terms) but how would you ...
singular plural 0 votes, asked Mar 08 '13 by Brenner
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Punctuation when referring to "US Copyright law"
On wikipedia, the periods are not used after U.S. What is appropriate punctuation in a legal document?
0 votes, asked Mar 08 '13 by AKaren
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He is urging his beloved to wait.(Active to passive voice)
He is urging his beloved to wait.(Active to passive voice)
0 votes, asked Mar 08 '13 by TOWSIF AHMED
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Usage of "with the help of"
If the initial velocity at fixed starting point is u and final velocity at time t is v, with the ...
0 votes, edited Mar 08 '13 by lim_jianwei@hotmail.com
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Which is best? Is "related to" OK?
Worry is rooted in fear and is usually related to concerns of what will or will not happen in the ...
0 votes, asked Mar 08 '13 by Susan
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Please enhance your thesaurus.
I like your DOUBLE CLICK synonym option! But . . . Words like "sense" and "since" or "except" (or is ...
0 votes, asked Mar 08 '13 by Patrick McClellan
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The use of a singular or plural verb with the pronoun "all"
We need to be sure that all certified personnel is accounted for. Is the usage correct in this sentence? It ...
+2 votes, asked Mar 08 '13 by Sandra Buford
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I need help
I am new to grammar checker, And I dont really know how to use it yet. I want to see ...
0 votes, asked Mar 08 '13 by cristine
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Why is superfluous pronounced like that?
I looked it up, and superfluous has the same latin super- prefix as every other super- word. And yet we ...
superfluous super 0 votes, asked Mar 08 '13 by Wallid Fielding
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Too
I thought that too should be used in this sentence. See example: I, too, thrive in this type of environment ...
0 votes, asked Mar 08 '13 by Beverly Lippman
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Grammar issue
Please, I need help with this sentence See example: Drivers will be spending more time to arrive to their destination.
0 votes, asked Mar 08 '13 by Ahmed
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These barriers
word for eliminated See example: These barriers are eliminated through accessing a more affordable health plan.
0 votes, asked Mar 08 '13 by Janet Crittenden
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meeting
We are a development company based in US. We have obtained your name and contact from Mr. Mike. We are ...
-1 votes, asked Mar 07 '13 by Ousama Salloum
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I & yourself in the same sentence
Can one use the first person pronoun with the third person pronoun in the same sentence? Example : "Can I ...
0 votes, asked Mar 07 '13 by Bharti
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First and third person pronoun
Can one use the first person pronoun with the third person pronoun in the same sentence? Example : "Can I ...
0 votes, asked Mar 07 '13 by Bharti
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Sentence structure
Is there any assistance online assistance I can recieve with sentence structure? My sentences are usually akward and hard to ...
-1 votes, asked Mar 07 '13 by FRANK ADAMS
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Highs?
Should I use highs or high's? See example: First, new highs are not market tops.
0 votes, asked Mar 07 '13 by David England
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what other word can I use to change the word try or redo the statement
Interviewers try witout breaking privacy laws to get as much information as possible. See example: Interviewers try without breaking privacy ...
0 votes, asked Mar 07 '13 by Sandra Meckel
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technical
When she went to the store; she wasn't sure, what they told her to get so she guessed and: then ...
0 votes, asked Mar 07 '13 by Ken Martin
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which is correct? , what different meaings are there?
Palpation is the final step of the physical examination; it is deferred to(or until) the end to avoid causing irritation ...
0 votes, asked Mar 07 '13 by lee
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correct pronoun before infinitive
Which is the correct pronoun in this instance. "thanks for arranging for John and I to participate" or "thanks for ...
0 votes, asked Mar 07 '13 by philip jelley
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Variety for if we buy any Cars?
Variety for if we buy any Cars?
cars -1 votes, asked Mar 07 '13 by RUMSEY
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Singular and plural possesives
Hi, I have looked in my dictionary for an answer to this question but can't find it. I am wanting ...
plural possesive 0 votes, asked Mar 06 '13 by Lee
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globalization have positive
culture identity in the UK See example: So, globalization have positive to culture.
0 votes, asked Mar 06 '13 by XI HUANG
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Grammarly says I should use is instead of are, but it doesn't sound right.
People are motivated for various reasons, some for loyalty, some praise, and others monetary reward. See example: I remember a ...
0 votes, asked Mar 06 '13 by Colleen Rispoli
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Why is this sentence incorrect? I don't understant why I canot use their with Everyone. Thanks.
Everyone was polite, there were no political games and everyone was appreciated for their accomplishments, large or small. See example: ...
0 votes, asked Mar 06 '13 by Colleen Rispoli
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conditional sentences
"...if the brand was strong, the method of delivery was irrelevant." See example: If the brand was strong, the method ...
0 votes, asked Mar 06 '13 by Catleah Cunanan
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restructur sentence
I am a polite, hardworking, trustworthy and self-motivated person with good communication skills. I have experience of working in a ...
0 votes, asked Mar 06 '13 by fiona francis
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