Unanswered questions

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Is the word "years" so supposed to be a plural possessive or just plural?
I have over 5 years' scoping, editing, proofreading, and transcription (including medical) experience.
0 votes, asked Nov 18 by Arline
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punctuation for the below sentence
Megha saw the mouse and screamed oh no whats that
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correction of sentences
1.Go now and enjoy. 2.My coat is better than her. 3.I availed of the leave. 4.I hate him coming here. ...
0 votes, asked Nov 18 by mohammad assad
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If something effects the value, is it effect or affect.
The value of the homes in this community have been effected by flooding.
0 votes, asked Nov 18 by dawnforan
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Grammar
"I have spoken english". Is it grammatically correct?
grammar 0 votes, asked Nov 18 by Rajasekar Kumar
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placement of commas, if any
Where should I place commas, if any, in the following sentence? "Cost of sales was unfavorable by $2 million or ...
0 votes, asked Nov 18 by cb
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the usage of infinitives
Hello, I'm just confusing the usage of infinitive including the sentence below. In winter, they need to heat the water ...
0 votes, asked Nov 18 by Mizuki Ono
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Can I use "Unless" with two positives?
I have been taught that "Unless" connects a positive and a negative, while "If" connects two positives or two negatives. ...
unless if 0 votes, asked Nov 18 by td
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A series of events...unfolds or unfold?
In a statement regarding a common series of events, is the action plural or singular. e.g. When a dormant volcano ...
series plural singular 0 votes, asked Nov 17 by Wendy
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did
Is it correct to say He looked like he looked 20 years ago or He looked like he did 20 ...
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Is this first sentence correct? Note, this is a prayer.
Father, thank You for all Your blessings. Father, thank You for all my blessings.
0 votes, asked Nov 17 by Susan
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grammer
3 examples of a direct quote
0 votes, asked Nov 17 by chris courtney
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I was not come on college.
on college or in college
0 votes, asked Nov 17 by nitika singhi
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Help me with homework
Noun. Verb pronoun. verse. Prayer. It's very difficult for me thanks vicky.
-1 votes, asked Nov 17 by Virginia. Serrano Gonzalez
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Subjective or objective pronoun
It was just my dad and I that went to a downtown diner. Why "I" and not "me"? It is ...
0 votes, asked Nov 16 by donna
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adjectives
How do i identify the words that adjectives modify in a scentence
modify identify 0 votes, asked Nov 16 by sebastian
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Blind, slat, curtain and shade
What are the difference between Shade and Blind? Also, I would like to know in case of blind (I mean ...
verb expression 0 votes, asked Nov 16 by alan
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grammar and usage spelling and punctuation
how to reconstract a sentence the meeting is simply to discuss important matters
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Voice
Passive to active -let him do whatever he likes .I am confused about the answer
0 votes, asked Nov 16 by Fariha Hasan
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Is "conversely" correct here? Should I have put the comma afterwards?
What we choose to dwell on can influence our lives for better or for worse. Every sin that’s committed first ...
0 votes, asked Nov 16 by Susan
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Comma use
I'm making a sign with the simple text "Oh, bless!", in reference to a baby. Is it with or without ...
comma commaplacement commas 0 votes, asked Nov 15 by Renee
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help with DiD
Is it correct to say He looked like he looked 20 years ago or He looked like he did 20 ...
0 votes, asked Nov 15 by maia
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Proper name or common noun
The name of the club is the Cliff Climbing Club. The club has 10 members. The second instance of “club” ...
nouns proper common Name 0 votes, asked Nov 15 by Osraed
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when did you go to the pool.
fix the sentence and rewrite them correctly
0 votes, asked Nov 15 by Veronica miller
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verb usage
Dear Mdmes/Sirs of Grammarly Answers, Please show me how to use "Correlated" & "Related to". Sincerely yours, Camvinh
Camvinh Puzzle 0 votes, asked Nov 15 by camvinh
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Is "Criticized of flouting bid rules" good english?
Should it be "for flouting"or does "criticized of" make good grammatical sense? Perhaps someone could adjuicate and explain it for ...
0 votes, asked Nov 14 by DAVID PHILLIPS
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Do I need "can"?
Giving thanks can make us stop and take notice of what we do have. Giving thanks makes us stop and ...
0 votes, asked Nov 14 by Susan
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The usage of are and were
The thin films on glass substrate (are/were) prepared using RF sputtering technique. The question is, in the above sentence, which ...
are were 0 votes, asked Nov 14 by Ramzan
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What is the passive voice of sentence 'Let it be'?
What is the passive voice of sentence 'Let it be'?
0 votes, asked Nov 14 by bhavesh jogi
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verb to be
Many people speaks english
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