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English grammar
Are "success" and "successive" partial homonyms?
+1 vote, asked Oct 07 by algren
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abbreviation
What is the abbreviation for word "established"
0 votes, asked Oct 07 by Cherry Burnett
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Commas after series in compound subjects.
I have a recurring problem with sentences that have compound subjects. Here's an example: "Being the best person you can ...
commas commaplacement series subject 0 votes, asked Oct 07 by Keith Edwin Schooley
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About a venue
I have read the information document you sent me, and I'm OK with everything. I just want you to know ...
0 votes, asked Oct 07 by Abies Enogieru
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revising
I'm needing help revising this sentence. Please help me! This experience has taught and shaped me into a more cautious ...
0 votes, asked Oct 07 by Taylor
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a challenge to the government's authority.
0 votes, asked Oct 06 by ياسمين الياس
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subject/verb agreement
Which sentence is correct? The wedding and reception was decorated by florist, Scott Reed. or The wedding and reception were ...
0 votes, asked Oct 06 by Lona Rosetti
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Capitalization of the word "department" when referring to a specific department
When referring to a specific department, such as the Department of Biological Engineering, in subsequent instances, is Department capitalized: "The ...
capitalization 0 votes, asked Oct 06 by Karen Love
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I'm doing math for next semester or I'm doing math in the next semester? Which sentence is correct?
When speaking
0 votes, asked Oct 06 by 53j34j 4h4h
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Punctuation
Whic of the following is correct My daughter, Thea's bed My daughter, Thea's, bed My daughter Thea's bed
0 votes, asked Oct 06 by melaniesefton
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Usage of the word 'intrigue'
Hi I have a question on usage of the word 'intrigue' to express strong interests or curiosity on something. Is ...
intrigue in-on 0 votes, asked Oct 06 by s
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What is the word "while" in this sentence?
How would the word, "while" or the phrase between the commas in the sentence below be identified? I don't believe ...
0 votes, asked Oct 06 by April Ballard
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defference between if and when
Which sentence sounds more proper? English is very difficult. (Cry)If you decide to buy one, plz let me know.When you've ...
if-when 0 votes, asked Oct 06 by jung marie
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Dodging a question.
What do you call someone who answers a question by asking one instead?
0 votes, asked Oct 05 by J.R
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Is it correct?
I possess none.
correction 0 votes, asked Oct 05 by Saf Shah
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Punctuation
You've had a question here about visitors' book and the suggestion was that it should be guest book as the ...
punctuation apostrophe 0 votes, asked Oct 05 by Vally P
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whats wrong with this sentence?
In order for Birdie Edwards to be successful on his mission to take the "Eminent Order of Freeman down, he ...
0 votes, asked Oct 05 by jhidi
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English 11
Dangling Modifiers: Rewrite the following sentences to remove the dangling modifiers. 1. Listening, the announcement is heard clearly by me. ...
0 votes, asked Oct 05 by Worthy Conqueror
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Quotation marks
I have come upon sentences where there is a break in the quotation, like: "Well, you see" - he looked ...
quotation 0 votes, asked Oct 04 by Siahara
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sentenc structure: Is the use of comma in this statement correct
. Moreover, evaluating the causal factors of stress, such as long-term exposure to poor SES conditions, and the associated illnesses ...
0 votes, asked Oct 04 by pat.gilman0308@gmail.com
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Apostrophe usage
My name is Grace and I have set up a facepainting business called Graces Faces, should it be Graces or ...
0 votes, asked Oct 04 by Grace Allanson
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Simple Past + doing (vs) Present Perfect + doing
Hi, 1.) He started fishing. 2.) He has started fishing. I think you could add a specific time to sentence ...
simplepast presentperfect 0 votes, asked Oct 04 by Joseph Jinkins
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pronouns in introductory dependent clauses
I seem to remember a rule that if you use an introductory dependent clause, all the pronouns in it have ...
grammar pronouns 0 votes, asked Oct 04 by Learafyn
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Extraordinaire or Extraordinaires?
Which is correct? Bakers Extraordinaire or Bakers Extraordinaires? Thank you!!!
plural Plurals 0 votes, asked Oct 03 by Ness
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Pronoun usage
What do you call using "I" to talk about someone else? To use "you" to talk about yourself?
pronoun Usage 0 votes, asked Oct 03 by hayess
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Active vs. passive voice
Why is "sell" in the phrase "sell like hot cakes" never passive?
Verbs 0 votes, asked Oct 03 by Terry
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What is wrong with this sentence
Aaron paused the stream of images to lament on that picture. MS Word says that there is something wrong with ...
0 votes, asked Oct 02 by Laura Richerson
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compound adjectives
compound adjectives with -
0 votes, asked Oct 01 by Hassan Miassar
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Which one is correct?
Did you make up your mind whether to get a haircut or not? or Did you make up your mind ...
0 votes, asked Oct 01 by Oumpalumpa
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subject verb agreement
many companies today (test,tests) their workers for drugs
+1 vote, asked Oct 01 by gladys
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