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How should I word this sentence?
I need information on how to reword the text below See example: After several years of partying I began to ...
0 votes, asked Oct 18 '12 by Rechelle McCray
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Capitalization
I am studying to be a Vocational Rehabiltion Counselor and don't know when to capitalize career names. Is capitalization used ...
0 votes, asked Oct 17 '12 by Irma Lidaka
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corrections
Facing challenges to properly safeguard individuals privacy relies on the implementation of advance technology having the capability of amplifying the ...
0 votes, asked Oct 17 '12 by jae orr
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Last sentence in covering letter
Can someone help me if the following sentence is correct? If you would like to get in touch to discuss ...
0 votes, asked Oct 17 '12 by Xin Xiong
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plural noun in comparative clause
Is the phrase "more lives than one" correct? I think it must be, since "more life than one" is obviously ...
plural-comparative 0 votes, asked Oct 17 '12 by princessmonster
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Which one makes more sense to you? A or B
Oswald Avery, a Canadian bacteriologist, came closest to [A. prove / B.proving] that DNA is a hereditary molecule. I would ...
0 votes, asked Oct 17 '12 by gavotte78
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help
how do i repphrase this ? See example: Music in this film is intensely dramatic and makes the viewers feel ...
0 votes, asked Oct 17 '12 by kyleigh
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expectations
proper grammar for this sentence See example: I was once told that I keep my expectations high, and when not ...
0 votes, asked Oct 16 '12 by Joanne
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correct phrasing
can you please help me rephrase this sentence? thanks See example: For no matter how powerful and wealthy you are ...
0 votes, asked Oct 16 '12 by Maureen Silvestre
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Correct phrasing
Please informed that we have 8 of our personnel (include spouse), birthday in the month of Nov. See example: Please ...
0 votes, asked Oct 16 '12 by Henry Soh
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Verb Tense
I'm having difficulty with the folling sentence: "I flew to New York City, which is the financial capitol of the ...
0 votes, asked Oct 15 '12 by craig ellis
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Type of sentence.
The sentence: That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind. Is this a compound sentence?
0 votes, asked Oct 15 '12 by Mary
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Punctuation within a sentence.
Please give suggestions on revision. See example: After classifying the participants, this researcher sought to determine if antisocial behaviors were ...
0 votes, asked Oct 15 '12 by cheryl toles
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Punctuation within a sentence.
Please give suggestions on revisions. See example: Babbie ), reports in addition to experimental and control groups, there are two ...
0 votes, asked Oct 15 '12 by cheryl toles
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although vs nevertheless
the difference between although and nevertheless as usage
0 votes, asked Oct 14 '12 by derya
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spelling
passionate...can you please tell me why this is spelled incorrectly? See example: As young, impressionable and enthusiastic learners, they are ...
0 votes, asked Oct 14 '12 by Bobbie
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homework
He said they treated him like dirt. He said 'i can get a job easily, i can be a barman.' ...
-2 votes, asked Oct 14 '12 by Bailey Gould
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Teen pregnancy how would you reword so its not so many words?
An even more crucial issue is that it seems these teens aren't being educated about sex and aren't being provided ...
0 votes, asked Oct 14 '12 by kelsey patrick
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Defintie Article "the" and Conjunction "and"
You can have the ruler. You can have the pencil. When we use "and" to join them into one sentence, ...
0 votes, asked Oct 14 '12 by Junnie Tam
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I want to know about this,please
"Make two sentences where the subject of the transitive verb and the subject of the infinitive are different"
-1 votes, asked Oct 13 '12 by Ali
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How do I replace passive voice with active voice in this sentence ?
I need help with such questions in other places of the abstract as well. See example: The asymmetric graphene sheet ...
0 votes, asked Oct 13 '12 by Girish Setlur
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help!
What am i doing wrong in this sentence? in what way can I rephrase this sentence so it is accepted ...
0 votes, asked Oct 13 '12 by Stacy X Buchanan
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Check for punctuation errors or omission
Early Monday morning, August 28, 2005, hurricane Katrina slams the Gulf Coast with a hard, cruel and painful blow, reaping ...
-1 votes, asked Oct 12 '12 by Bettie Gavins
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question format
I'm baffled. How do I format the following 'question+' properly: "What begins and never ends?—a child’s riddle. Perhaps ..." I'm ...
question format 0 votes, asked Oct 12 '12 by Kevin Sprague
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Transitive and Infinitive verb
I want to know about this,please "Make two sentences where the subject of the transitive verb and the subject of ...
0 votes, asked Oct 12 '12 by Ali
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punctuation
help with commas See example: The Diagnostic Statistical Manual-IV [DSM-IV] describes the essential features of Post-traumatic Stress Disorder ), as ...
0 votes, asked Oct 12 '12 by Mary Berst
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Hello
Individuals could use the coping skills to talk things out in some aspects to even calm oneself down from frustration ...
0 votes, asked Oct 12 '12 by Tiara
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correct grammer by using another for advanced
another word used for advance so that the word will not be a particle See example: A nurse with an ...
0 votes, asked Oct 11 '12 by Ofear moore
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I'm told that the usage of I is not correct. How should I phrase this comment?
How do I rearrange this statement. See example: I'm going to be honest, I don't have the solutions to all ...
0 votes, asked Oct 11 '12 by katina
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how to say thanks for their consideration
Thank you very much for your consideration of our request for the outstanding payments. We regret to inform you that ...
0 votes, asked Oct 11 '12 by Vijay Kumar
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