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According to the view held by Henry Mintzberg, a Canadian management theorist (Moran 2013) there are three interpersonal roles played ...
0 votes, asked Jan 19 by Albert Cortes
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Singular or plural when using "one of"
Which is correct: One of the best facultys in the world. One of the best faculties in the world.
0 votes, asked Jan 18 by Merry K. Anderson
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Iam not feeling very wel
Iam not feeling very well
0 votes, asked Jan 18 by Nehu
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how to punctuate the sentence below please?
Despite trying really hard she couldn't find my tortoise who is 84 years old
0 votes, asked Jan 18 by Sally Thomson
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fragment
named him mustard
0 votes, asked Jan 18 by rashan
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Grammar questionn
Which of the following is correct? Monkeys have something like us humans. Monkeys have something like we humans.
0 votes, asked Jan 18 by Nadine Collins
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Question about grammar rules!
I have got 2 questions about English Grammar: First, do we say " I told he who left the school", ...
0 votes, asked Jan 18 by arlind jerliu
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Grammar and usage, spelling and punctuation
I would like to begin this short writing off with one simple statement; Can I really describe oneself with this ...
0 votes, asked Jan 18 by cody rogers
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Is "yet" OK here? Should I put a comma after complex?
The human mind is complex yet amazing.
0 votes, asked Jan 17 by Susan
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Foreign Words in Italics?
Should foreign words be in italics? In my story I have the following sentence: "You going to kill this boss ...
0 votes, asked Jan 17 by Penelope Clark
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Is or Are
In writing a sentence, such as the following, which is correct? your commitment to each other and to us is ...
0 votes, asked Jan 17 by Deb
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I'm confused about tense
I am writing a story in the first person i.e. I did this; I did that, etc. I think my ...
0 votes, asked Jan 17 by Sharon
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Comma
Where does the comma belong in, "I need to use a comma but don't know where to place it."?
0 votes, asked Jan 17 by PJ
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correct grammar
Is "This is not of my doing" correct grammar
0 votes, asked Jan 16 by Becky Alexander
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usage
Is this a correct way to use "archery": My friend asked me to go archering today.
0 votes, asked Jan 16 by Char
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apostrophe or no apostrophe
My daughter's volleyball team is having a debate. They are 16 so it's girls volleyball vs womens volleyball. So as ...
apostrophe sports 0 votes, asked Jan 16 by Naia Ohana
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ACTIVE VOICE
CHANGE INTO ACTIVE VOICE ? THE BUILDING IS RAISED TO THE GROUND
0 votes, asked Jan 16 by Vansh Rawat
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a what?
He said: I read a book. I didn't hear what he said exactly, so I asked : You read a ...
a what 0 votes, asked Jan 16 by Nawras
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Territory and possible prepositions
Hi everyone, What should be used with the word "territory"? in, at, on? I've heard multiple examples of all of ...
0 votes, asked Jan 16 by Vladimir Davydov
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English
My father could convey complex spiritual concepts.(Voice)
0 votes, asked Jan 16 by Nur Islam
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plaragisam
How can i check the plaragisam for my papers ?
0 votes, asked Jan 16 by nura
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The attribution of characteristics that are transitive.
I have found an area of english where my brain seems to need a new grammar that doesn´t exist. I ...
who whom 0 votes, asked Jan 16 by Alan Faryna
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plural / singlular verbs
Which verb do we use? The first noun is plural, the second is singular. The boilers and support is/are no ...
0 votes, asked Jan 15 by jberry@hydro-smart.com
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Grammer
is this sentece structred correctly? " Do you know what is Sydney's party shceduled for ?
0 votes, asked Jan 15 by Miranda Sarjveladze
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Comma usage in sentence with two-part instruction
I'm not sure which is correct: 1) Open the folder then choose your file. 2) Open the folder, then choose ...
comma 0 votes, asked Jan 15 by Elle
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punctuation
Does the punctuation in this sentence make sense? I have been to many types of professional development: the good, the ...
0 votes, asked Jan 15 by Samantha King
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Poetries have their appeal to the heart.
Poetries have their appeal to the heart.
0 votes, asked Jan 15 by Mehar Ali Asad
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Adverbs and what they are describing
Have you learned yet who won the championship? What is the work YET in this sentence describing...verb, adjective or adverb.
0 votes, asked Jan 14 by Bonna Fischer
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Please correct
2 Part question. 1. Which is correct: I'm pretty sure John is getting a VIP package for my customers and ...
Me or I 0 votes, asked Jan 14 by pete
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english as a second language
Can you cook? Can you use a drier? Can you drive? How do i explain to someone who can do ...
0 votes, asked Jan 14 by bernard
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