Unanswered questions

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Proper sentence
Can I write"They enjoyed the delicious food that their mother prepared" or " They enjoyed the delicious food that prepared ...
0 votes, edited May 12 '12 by May
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Proper sentence
Which is correct? They enjoyed the party or they enjoyed in the party. Thanks.
0 votes, asked May 12 '12 by May
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Passive and active voice
In contrasting the two styles of writing, readership, structure and style will be considered.Grammarly keeps picking this up saying it ...
0 votes, asked May 12 '12 by Lesley millard
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Peter is the health club manager. I want to submit a professional and formal letter to him.
Dear Peter; According to what you mentioned that your health club is going through a quiet time at this stage. ...
Payment issues with Peter 0 votes, asked May 11 '12 by RAYAN
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puctuation before quotations..MLA format. Is it most often a colon, a comma, or nothing at times?
For example, When relecting on his past, he says that " I remember the precise moment.. What goes after that? ...
+1 vote, asked May 11 '12 by mary crippen
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How can I break down this sentence?
Because the internet is a global system that interconnects people with the most widely spread networks in the whole world ...
0 votes, asked May 11 '12 by samar
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Use of apostrophe
several Majors are having a meeting. Which is correct? Agenda of Major's Meeting or Agenca of Majors' meeting
0 votes, asked May 11 '12 by Georgia
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make my resume grametically correct
Anwar Jamal B-600 st.No-34 Part-11 Mahavir Enclave Uttam Nager New Delhi 110059 • Phone: 011‐320‐82150 .Mobile: 99‐1029‐6764:anwar.edrishi@gmail.com HUMAN RESOURCES EXECUTIVE ...
-2 votes, asked May 11 '12 by Anwar Jamal
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make my resume grametically corrent
Anwar Jamal B-600 st.No-34 Part-11 Mahavir Enclave Uttam Nager New Delhi 110059 • Phone: 011‐320‐82150 .Mobile: 99‐1029‐6764:anwar.edrishi@gmail.com HUMAN RESOURCES EXECUTIVE ...
-1 votes, asked May 11 '12 by Anwar Jamal
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Grammarly can't spell received!
How can a site that professes English excellence spell 'received' incorrectly in the banner at top? (As in, 'you have ...
0 votes, asked May 11 '12 by monty
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hello
example of closed questions include: have you been in hospital before? See example: Examples of closed questions include: • Have ...
0 votes, asked May 11 '12 by donna-lee Goodwin
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"take something away" isn't the grammar right?
another quesiont, "as soon as I could," this should be right too, is't it? See example: I would be guilty ...
0 votes, asked May 10 '12 by yl
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Grammar
Why is it that when people use 'does' the verb that comes after it will not take s. For instance, ...
0 votes, asked May 10 '12 by Ayyoob majidadi
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preposition
'He stays in New york city'. And 'He stays at zamfara'. How does the of 'in' differ from that of ...
0 votes, asked May 10 '12 by Ayyoob majidadi
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preposition
'He stays in New york city'. And 'He stays at zamfara'. How does the of 'in' differ from that of ...
0 votes, asked May 10 '12 by Ayyoob majidadi
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Interpretation
'He wanted to marry a girl who stays in Zamfara'. and 'He wants to marry a girl who stays in ...
0 votes, asked May 10 '12 by Ayyoob majidadi
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Why
Why is this sentence incorrect? It is supposed to show possession. There are other sentences like this one too. See ...
0 votes, asked May 10 '12 by Anthony
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fragment & phrase
what is the differences between a fragment and a phrase? i am confused really bad THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR ...
0 votes, edited May 10 '12 by katey robey
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Proper sentence
Can I write'Sally has to brush her teeth after she awakes.'? Thanks.
0 votes, asked May 10 '12 by May
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Verb
May I know which is correct? 1 Daniel studies at / studies in Northfields St Andrew's Primary School. Thanks.
0 votes, asked May 10 '12 by May
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Possessive Noun
Which is correct? Tomorrow is Veterans' Day. or Tomorrow is Veterans Day. Mothers' Day or Mothers Day
0 votes, asked May 10 '12 by Hugh McWhorter
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Subject verb agreement
The following is a headline for our monthly newsletter and my question is this: Should it be "Las Vegas and ...
0 votes, asked May 10 '12 by nancy
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Possessive noun
Which is correct? Tomorrow is awards' day. or Tomorrow is awards day.
0 votes, asked May 10 '12 by Hugh McWhorter
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Grammatical errors
Is there any grammatical error in the following sentence? : Can you imagine how the world would be boring if ...
0 votes, edited May 10 '12 by Dean
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grammer mistake
As I am doing my research work in Wireless sensor network I would like to refer some journals and research ...
0 votes, asked May 10 '12 by anuradha
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repraseing
how to rephrase ? See example: Trust is essential to any business transaction, so the lack of knowledge of ethics ...
0 votes, asked May 10 '12 by Rosie McCracken
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Usage
Peel as a noun and verb. ' She peeled the yam before frying it. 'The yam peels are livestock feed/s'. ...
0 votes, asked May 09 '12 by Ayyoob majidadi
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Is it best to stay with one proofreader?
Is it common to change (people) proofreaders for 2nd/3rd edit in order to get a fresh set of eyes, or ...
0 votes, edited May 09 '12 by jerry gomez
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help
I have an essay that I am working on and I need help revising the following sentence See example: It ...
0 votes, asked May 09 '12 by luchia
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Creative opinions, please
I have a couple question regarding the following sentence: Hope would have been her name, had she been given the ...
0 votes, asked May 09 '12 by jellybean
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