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Humanities
Please revise this sentence. See example: I had known that the museum existed and had heard stories about many of ...
0 votes, asked Sep 03 '12 by Xenia Castell
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Where should I place my internal citation in this sentence?
MLA Format is being used. See example: "I can't see the point in learning to solve useless problems, or subtracting ...
0 votes, asked Sep 03 '12 by Eric
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use of having
how we can use "having"in sentence?
grammer meaning +1 vote, asked Sep 03 '12 by shumaila
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Way of using trial version or registration
Hello, This is Paikan from Afghanistan, i find this site very useful for my business work and i recommend it ...
0 votes, asked Sep 03 '12 by Masoud
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The Things That Go Wrong with English as a Second Language
The website for NBC's Today Show is currently featuring strange and amusing road signs. Two in particular caught my eye. ...
+2 votes, edited Sep 03 '12 by Jeff Pribyl
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Need to rephrase statement
We really msised your support in 2012 and hope that your company is able to participate in 2013
0 votes, asked Sep 02 '12 by June Robinson
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Personal Statement
How should i change it See example: It did not make sense to me, but I knew in my heart ...
0 votes, asked Sep 02 '12 by pat Romeri
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spelling
what is the right spelling See example: In everyday life, we have to deal with different types of responsibilities that ...
-1 votes, asked Sep 02 '12 by bettna nugent
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help
"a" refers to home base business. What am I doing wrong? See example: It didn't happen right away so I ...
0 votes, asked Sep 02 '12 by Nina Thompson
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i would like this sentence rephrased
The large patronage of PMV’s for health concerns in communities, presence of PMV’s even in hard to reach communities, lack ...
0 votes, asked Sep 02 '12 by havilah
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confusing modifiers
The modifier “by the government” may be defining either clause in your sentence and is therefore a squinting modifier. Make ...
0 votes, asked Sep 02 '12 by Zhang Nan
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is the sentence right?
there seems to be a problem in this sentence structure See example: In raw material extraction process, extracting cement consumes ...
0 votes, asked Sep 02 '12 by Zhang Nan
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what is wrong with sentence?
When I realized I was on a path to nowhere, I started to take inventory of my life See example: ...
0 votes, asked Sep 02 '12 by Lisa Raymond
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is this sentence right?
this sentence seems to be confusing modifiers, but I have no idea how to amend it See example: To compare ...
0 votes, asked Sep 02 '12 by Zhang Nan
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correct the following sentences
we should help poors.
0 votes, asked Sep 02 '12 by BILAL AHMED
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Essay
I want to know how to lay out an essay this is my first time ive done my outline but ...
0 votes, asked Sep 01 '12 by alyssa
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"She would have been there."
"She would have been there." This sentence has two possible meanings to native English speakers? If you do not mind, ...
0 votes, edited Sep 01 '12 by Hans
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Which verb form is correct?
Elliot or the other boys is to blame.
is or are 0 votes, asked Sep 01 '12 by Carole Simpson
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is the sentence right?
confusing modifiers See example: Depending on the financial cost analysis above, the effective value evaluation of three different scale wind ...
0 votes, asked Sep 01 '12 by Zhang Nan
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? coined proper name CAPITALIATION FOR NOW or should it be Capigtalization For Now
is PINEAPPLE JOINS MAYO' permissable or is Pineapple Joins Mayo' correct See example: PINEAPPLE JOINS MAYO' chips are more than ...
0 votes, asked Sep 01 '12 by Tom
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Capitalization Can a "coined" proper name be all CAPITALS? PINEAPPLE JOINS MAYO' ......
PINEAPPLE JOINS MAYO' See example: "more chips, please".
0 votes, asked Sep 01 '12 by Tom
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punctiation in the sentence
how should this be worded? See example: Just as, my name reflects both the past and the present, I find ...
0 votes, asked Sep 01 '12 by evangeline taylor
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use of the word benefited or benefitted
what is the correct way to express past tense if using the word "benfitted" or is it "benefitted"
0 votes, asked Aug 31 '12 by Paula Hughes
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Passive voice use
What should replace "is absorbed" See example: Carbon dioxide (CO2) from the atmosphere is absorbed by trees, plants and crops ...
0 votes, asked Aug 30 '12 by Jean Leonard
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will+be
I will be working or I will be work? which one is correct? See example: I will be work.
0 votes, asked Aug 30 '12 by Cranberry
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Need some help
Please can anyone tell me from the following sentences which one is(/are)correct and possibly the reason for which the others ...
0 votes, asked Aug 30 '12 by Azhar
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identifying nouns
Anne Morrow married Charles Lindbergh
0 votes, asked Aug 29 '12 by bryan
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first annual
When something happens for the first time, but we plan on its happening every year thereafter, can we call it ...
+1 vote, asked Aug 29 '12 by Tester Tester
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Asking a question about the past using the present tense
I would like to understand why the following is done in English: why do we often phrase a question regarding ...
0 votes, edited Aug 29 '12 by artistnatural
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adjetives ending in ish
I need what are the adjetives that accept ending "ish"
0 votes, asked Aug 29 '12 by Ma. de los Ángeles Cahuantzi Cañarte
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