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The use of the word the past participle -- "had" as in: "had had."
NOTE: I hope you don't mind the little bit of humor I used in the example short paragraph below. As ...
0 votes, edited Jul 23 '11 by H. A. McRay
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Membership
Do I or do I not have an account with you for a seven day trial?
0 votes, asked Jul 22 '11 by John Szuba
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Who & Whom
What is the difference between WHO & WHOM? When do I use which where? If I wanted to make a ...
0 votes, asked Jul 22 '11 by Priscilla Nolan
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rewrite-
How does this sentence sounds? Due to the stigma attached to it I was not in a bubbly chipper mood ...
0 votes, asked Jul 22 '11 by USHA GANDHI
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She looked over her shoulder to see if I was looking.
Squinting Modifiers ??? See example: She looked over her shoulder to see if I was looking.
0 votes, asked Jul 21 '11 by Dennis Elkins
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Use of an ellipsis.
Is an ellipsis ever used to show a much longer pause in someone's dialogue? Context: My protaganist is sobbing, and ...
0 votes, edited Jul 23 '11 by H. A. McRay
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asking
How will i write? See example: When parents get involved in their child's education, the chances for their children's success ...
0 votes, asked Jul 21 '11 by Vanza Bik
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electoral college 2
what is wrong with this sentence? See example: When following the Electoral College, citizens surrender their voice; letting someone else ...
0 votes, asked Jul 21 '11 by alexis
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Squinting modifier
How should I rephrase this correctly? See example: I tried for three months to find suitable employment, but failed.
0 votes, asked Jul 21 '11 by Tina Greenlee
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Better wording
I am looking for a better way to deliver this message. See example: I enjoyed working with you and your ...
0 votes, asked Jul 21 '11 by Amy Ferguson
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the word of you
Why this is not right to write the you inappropriate word tosage for formal writing, andy word that can subsitute ...
0 votes, asked Jul 21 '11 by KEA THIKIM
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Punctuation on topics
Does a topic in an essay require punctuation? See example: Assumptions
0 votes, asked Jul 21 '11 by Luajean Bryan
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Saving
Can I save in the original format, instead of a pdf? The Pdf format does not export back into a ...
0 votes, edited Jul 21 '11 by Owen Sutton
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grammar
what is the letter ''w'' a consonant or a vowel? We say ''a university, an apple, but a window, a ...
0 votes, asked Jul 21 '11 by eri
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use of articles
Must we use articles with all nouns in a string of nouns? For example: The system informs you in case ...
0 votes, asked Jul 21 '11 by Neeta
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Usage of punctuation
I would like to know the uses of punctuation.
0 votes, asked Jul 21 '11 by Woldeyohannes Darfro
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Using 'abbreviations' in a informal letter
I realized that Grammarly software doesn't correct 'abbreviation' for informal writing. Example, if I use a word 'we're' your program ...
0 votes, asked Jul 21 '11 by Alan Williams
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I had a metal clip on my ankle to keep my pants out of the chain and sprocket.
squinting modifier ??? (clip) on my ankle) I think I want the clip to modifie both the pants and the ...
0 votes, asked Jul 21 '11 by Dennis Elkins
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correct e grammarnglish
1. Herewith is the case of the captioned officer which I briefed the Vice Chief as to my proposal. CG ...
0 votes, asked Jul 21 '11 by cesar abad
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Correct grammar
we went in the park and we similarities with different people also have friends,my friends have carrying food.we have shared ...
0 votes, asked Jul 21 '11 by roda
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the use of passive in legal documents
Grammarly keeps warning against oeruse of passive sentence, but the text I am proofreading is a legal document. Is it ...
0 votes, asked Jul 21 '11 by Merve
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help with writing a sentence
If someone is labeled asa slow learner because of taking an IQ teat it can cause them more problems later ...
0 votes, asked Jul 21 '11 by ancer richard
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plagiarism
I signed on to this to that I can use the plagiarism check. It does check when I click "start ...
0 votes, asked Jul 21 '11 by chidalu
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i need help
I am confuse with this sentence!!! See example: Mr. Rivera was born in Puerto Rico and moved to the United ...
0 votes, asked Jul 21 '11 by Sara Guevara
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I have copied this to Alice Martin respectively
is it respectively or respectfully??
0 votes, asked Jul 21 '11 by joe romanello
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sentence about pronoun agreement
is it making sense or do i need to fix it? please help me! See example: He said, "Smoking marijuana ...
0 votes, asked Jul 20 '11 by Tasha
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Answer to the question?
I want to know if this is a good explanation to this question in a paragraph? Do I need to ...
0 votes, asked Jul 20 '11 by Ann
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As, a professional educator, with . . .
Is this correct?? See example: As an educator it was exciting to observe and evaluate new as well as master ...
0 votes, asked Jul 20 '11 by vance cortez-rucker
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Modifier
Political systems include two aspects: individualism versus collectivism and democracy versus totalitarianism. Similar to China, North Korea and Cuba, the ...
0 votes, asked Jul 20 '11 by Hong Huong Van Lugsch
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I would like or I would want ?
Many Italian-English grammars consider I would want mistaken . please give me the right form. Maria
0 votes, asked Jul 20 '11 by Maria Bartoletta
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