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Bare infinitive confusion
These two uses of the bare infinitive presented in our study material seem alien enough for me to enquire - ...
Bare Infinitive 0 votes, asked Oct 17 by Imants Safronovs
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Use of the
Hey, I was wondering if I could say, for example - Carpenter's Wood, instead of The Carpenter's Wood( meaning the ...
0 votes, asked Oct 17 by George
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past participle correct?
"i haven't been shopping in a while" not sure if this is correct.
0 votes, asked Oct 17 by Amir Eskandari
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Should this be "into" or "in" our minds? Is "in addition" OK?
As Christ-followers, we have to check our thoughts and see if they line up with God’s Word. In addition, we ...
0 votes, asked Oct 17 by Susan
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Comma usage
1. Should I use comma in cases like that? Especially I am worried about the first comma. And, did I ...
comma punctuation colon 0 votes, asked Oct 16 by Jagermeister
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The number of plural things of other plural things.
Hello. I'm always confused to interpret a sentence like this below: "My parents have engage rings." Which conprehension is correct ...
grammar 0 votes, asked Oct 16 by mechRaY
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That vs. who
In the following sentence: The proportion of patients ____ received medical treatment versus surgical treatment was slightly biased toward medical ...
who that proportion 0 votes, asked Oct 16 by Marta
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Please help correct this sentences.
Example Wrong: Some people they don't know how to greet Correct: Some people don't know how to greet Wrong: The ...
incorrect sentences -1 votes, asked Oct 16 by dcyprusog
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use of an apostrophe
When using an apostrophe to abbreviate a year, which way should it be positioned? (i.e. '02)
0 votes, asked Oct 16 by Reekitta
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Waked or woke
What is the difference between waked and woke? What is the past tense of wake, waked or woke?
Wake Woke Waked 0 votes, asked Oct 16 by Razin Shaikh
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is this sentence correct
he is considerate of others
0 votes, asked Oct 16 by priti
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Rina is not at......office.I think she has gone home.
Determiners
-1 votes, asked Oct 16 by Gobinda sarkar
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Comma between subject and verb: special case
In this sentence: "The three kids, Maggie, Milly, and Molly, went out to the beach.", is the comma before went ...
comma 0 votes, asked Oct 15 by KTL
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adverbs and adjectives
adverbs and adjectives
0 votes, asked Oct 15 by Jill Arnold
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Is this sentence grammatically correct?
She was must to wear formal clothes.
grammar tense 0 votes, asked Oct 15 by Marcin Baranowski
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Nonfinite verbs
What would be the nonfinite verbs in this sentence? "By next week, we will have been living here one year." ...
0 votes, asked Oct 15 by jsh
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Experiential as a noun?
Can experiential be used as a noun?
0 votes, asked Oct 15 by John
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is it grammatically correct to say
Tonight, I'm off dinner time/night time/night shift/second shift.(as a restaurant waiter)
grammar 0 votes, asked Oct 15 by Saf Shah
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english grammer
rewrite this sentence I think ramy is a clever swimmer... use(opinion)
0 votes, asked Oct 15 by Mai Magdy
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Correction of common errors in Adjective
Correction of Common error in adjective
0 votes, asked Oct 15 by Nida.sajid
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Use of contractions
Is this correct: Do you know what your doctor's really thinking?
apostrophe contractions possessive 0 votes, asked Oct 15 by Phyllis Renfro
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asking a friend about medicine names
Hi XXXX,ping me the medicines that u want for ur kid,as im going India this week.. (Is this way of ...
0 votes, asked Oct 15 by poornima
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Share vs Share In
I am currently writing my wedding invitations and unsure about the grammar in one sentence. The portion of the sentence ...
vs wedding sentence-fragment grammar 0 votes, asked Oct 15 by Clare
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grammar usage
Is this sentence correct-" I talked for almost 1 minute and vodacom ate R4"
-1 votes, asked Oct 15 by nkululeko sandile mvuleni
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Proper position of adverb
Hello, I'm just wondering which sentence is better (more natural) for English-native speaker. 1) Tom and Mike know each other ...
0 votes, asked Oct 15 by Mizuki Ono
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punctuation
Should there be a question mark or a full stop after:"I hope all is well"
0 votes, asked Oct 14 by olujide tale Mary
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“Four Freedoms” speech
Which answer best identifies the argument Roosevelt makes about peace in the “Four Freedoms” speech? I chose : Peace will ...
Roosevelt FourFreedoms speech peace -1 votes, asked Oct 14 by Rosa Sparkle
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affect or effect
(This medication) was taken in the past, which had an agitating ______________ affect or effect?
0 votes, asked Oct 14 by cstew
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Conditionals
Had I been talking to someone else, I would not have used that word. Is this grammatically correct?
0 votes, asked Oct 14 by Nasir
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plural or singular
Is "employee benefits" singular or plural? Here is the context in which it appears both ways: Q. Describe how employee ...
singular plural 0 votes, asked Oct 14 by Carol Rini
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