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Correct use
Student answer: Later, they added fees for customers that accessed their services in person, but offered no cost for the ...
0 votes, asked Jul 16 by Arie Vellema
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Look out vs Look out of
"I looked out of the window" In the above sentence, is the word "of" necessary to make the sentence grammatically ...
0 votes, asked Jul 15 by Venkat Ragavan
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Urgent please help which vs that
Which of these is correct? The cruise industry is essential to the economy of the carribean, yet it continues to ...
0 votes, asked Jul 15 by Tyler
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singular or plural use of MAKE
Where love and truth makes a difference or Where love and truth make a difference?
0 votes, asked Jul 15 by Judy
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singular you?
In the following poem the 'you' being addressed is myself. Question: Does 'who' turn it into a pronoun for the ...
singular you 0 votes, asked Jul 15 by Sarah Ragsdale
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Subject and verb agreements
I go with the first sentence is correct but I am not sure. Which one is correct? I'm looking for ...
subject verb agreement 0 votes, asked Jul 15 by Yena A.
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i look forward to see u or to seeing you?
should i use an infinitive after to or a gerund after to?
0 votes, asked Jul 15 by Jessie Ong
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if it was (past participle) or if it were (past principle)
which one(s) correct answer? if both scentences are correct, are there any different nuance on both words? why? what are ...
+1 vote, asked Jul 15 by John
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tranform all the sentences
use the auxiliary do to change the sentences as directed 1. A humming bird flies backwards .( interrogative sentence ) ...
-1 votes, asked Jul 15 by satyajit majumder
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a vs. an
Im writing a sentence about "L-shaped counters". Should the sentence be "We devised an L-shaped counter..." or "We devised a ...
an a 0 votes, asked Jul 14 by Kindra Slivinski
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Use (or non-use) of 'for' in questions
Why can you leave out 'for' in the question, 'How long are you staying?' but you can't do so with ...
0 votes, asked Jul 14 by Rob Martin
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Running shoes, participle or gerund?
Is running shoes considered as participle or gerund? it was used in a sentence as "My running shoes are newly ...
verbals participle participles gerund gerunds 0 votes, asked Jul 14 by Emerie Cailes
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Meeting a guy
Nice to meet you Joel lol .. Yes , And so How do I owe this pleasure to get a ...
0 votes, asked Jul 14 by Julie Madero
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possessive pronouns
Can both these sentences be correct All the students in our class like our teacher. All the students in our ...
+1 vote, asked Jul 14 by Deborah
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which is correct?
which is correct? we are sorry that you are considering to cancel your subscriptionor we are sorry that you are ...
0 votes, asked Jul 13 by mona gail
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Can anybody explain a difference between it and that ?
Hello I've got some trouble, I'm always getting "it" and "that" mixed up. I don't understand how to distinguish them ...
it that +1 vote, edited Jul 13 by Vadim
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how do i write a thesis about national exhibition
How do i write a thesis sentences on National Exhibition using the state flag, bradley tomatoes, diamonds
-2 votes, asked Jul 13 by keshia
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Comma usage with dependent clauses
Hi all, I am confused about comma usage in these two sentences. 1.) "What I like best about my career ...
comma nonessential dependent Clauses +1 vote, asked Jul 12 by sarah kay
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How to write a single descriptive essay about many things
How does one write a descriptive essay that ask you you to describe many things. e.g Describe your best moment ...
essay letter 0 votes, asked Jul 12 by Adeolu
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Open compound words
Can the word "forever" be written as an open compound?
0 votes, asked Jul 12 by terry miethe
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Present tense grammar rules
Thresh grabs an enemy, then pull them to him or leaps to them. Shouldn't this be "then pulls them to ...
0 votes, asked Jul 12 by blaze123
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Does this make sense?
I'm trying to write my english controlled assessment. Does this sentence make sense: I'm the opposite of a mirage - ...
0 votes, asked Jul 12 by rut
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Usage of by
Someone said "slept at 5 by 9". What did he mean by that?
by TIME urgent help grammarcorrection 0 votes, asked Jul 12 by Zayana Al habsi
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sentence is correct or not
A collection of soilders - is it correct sentence
0 votes, asked Jul 12 by NITHIANANDAN
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First conditional? why is there no 'will' in this sentence?
In this sentence ' if you arrive early, save me a seat. This sentence was in a mix of others ...
0 votes, asked Jul 12 by Pamela christou
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You or I?
Sentence: "You're closest to me whom I admire sincerely." Does "whom" conclusively refer to the other person or to "me"?
0 votes, asked Jul 11 by Jacky
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Second vs Third conditional
Hi there! Consider this sentence: If she passed the exam, she would be able to enter university. This is what ...
conditionals +1 vote, edited Jul 11 by Abdul Quadir
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grammar
Not only physically but phycologically, it is not good too. Not only physically, but it is not good phycologically also. ...
0 votes, asked Jul 11 by sonal
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Meaning of "by the time"
Graduating with a bachelor's or master's degree from a college or university located in a country where the primary language ...
0 votes, asked Jul 11 by Lawrence Loi
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Hyphen question
I want to say "Also, the color contrast would be better if the background didn’t have the dark tolight gradient." ...
hyphens 0 votes, asked Jul 11 by Rebecca Kish
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