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A vote or votes: subject and noun agreement
I heard people saying they cast their vote to that proposal. Should they say they cast their votes?
subject noun agreement 0 votes, asked May 08 by Yena Ahn
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verbal
What is/are the verbal(s) in the following: I would rather spend an hour criticizing your choice than defending mine.
verbals 0 votes, asked May 07 by Mary Lou
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he is bringing his vehicle for maintenance
HE HAD BEEN ABLE TO RESTARTED THE VEHICLE AND THEREFORE HE IS BRINGING IT TO THE PLANT SITE IFAC WORKSHOP ...
0 votes, asked May 07 by nana yaw
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Grammar and usage.
(1) Stop planting flowers in peoples' gardens who aren't going to water them. (2) Stop planting flowers in the gardens ...
0 votes, asked May 07 by Richard Morton
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indicated or indicates?
The document has 2 pages. Which one is correct? 1. The record indicated the document has two pages. 2. The ...
0 votes, asked May 07 by mickey
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Does Farmers Market need an apostrophe?
My local newspaper and the Farmers' Market itself consistently leave out the apostrophe. Is there some archane rule under which ...
Businesses apostrophes +1 vote, asked May 07 by Kathryn Johnson
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Singular or plural noun/verb?
Can anyone tell me which is the correct verb in the below sentence (and why, so I can learn)? Thank ...
is-are singular plural +1 vote, asked May 07 by KDL
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Use of Present Perfect and Past Simple.
Hello, I would like to know if I can use both Present Perfect and Past Simple when describing a graph ...
grammar Verbs tenses +1 vote, asked May 07 by Dominique Lepore
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linked with/to
This topic is linked with the previous one. or This topic is linked to the previous one.
0 votes, asked May 07 by tonio
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Is "Stop shopping a lot!" correct?
Is "Stop shopping a lot!" grammatically correct? Or should I say "Stop shopping too much!" I find it strange to ...
+1 vote, asked May 07 by Karen Wong
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Singular or plural
Which of the following answer is correct: I have a pair of shoes. answer one: They look like boats. answer ...
a pair of shoes 0 votes, asked May 07 by yirkyinmok
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grammar
The checklist was given OR the checklist is given? im still confuse regarding the tense please help me....
0 votes, asked May 07 by amalina
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Puzzling Comma Use
Is a comma needed after "May" in the following sentence? Either way, what is the grammar rule dictating its use ...
comma commaplacement commas 0 votes, asked May 06 by Ryan Funkhouser
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Proper use for the word anyway
Can you start a sentence with the word anyway?
0 votes, asked May 06 by Patricia Czubak
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transformation of sentence into compound sentence
i believe him to be an honest man
0 votes, asked May 06 by kush
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Vinu has applied for a vehicle loan
Vinu has applied for a vehicle loan. [change into passive voice]
0 votes, asked May 06 by shaik jawwad skm
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possessives
How do you phrase possession for multiple possessors? It is Kate's and my birthday. Is this correct?
Possessives +1 vote, asked May 06 by Chrissey
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For the last 1 month, how often did you eat the following?
For the last 1 month, how often did you eat the following?
+1 vote, asked May 06 by Adrija Samanta
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Which of the two sentences is correct?
Which of the two sentences is grammatically correct? 1.) I think three bodyguards is enough to protect me. Or 2.) ...
+1 vote, edited May 06 by Ernest Estrella
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Subject
How many words are there in the Direct Object of the sentence “He lifted the heavy package with the red ...
+1 vote, asked May 06 by Sean Cooper
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going to go vs going
Situation: A girl is getting dressed for a horseback riding session. Someone asks, "What is she going to do?". A. ...
goingtogo going +2 votes, asked May 06 by Lily
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Independent or Dependent Clause?
"Travel from East to West causes greater jet lag than travel from West to East." Is the sentence above an ...
dependent clause 0 votes, asked May 06 by Luke
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I was charged 139.95 yesterday and I do not want use grammar oy can I have refund?
I was charged yesterday 139.95 and I did not use grammar ot can I have refund ?
0 votes, asked May 05 by Saida
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I was charged 139.95 yesterday and I do not want use grammar oy can I have refund?
I was charged yesterday 139.95 and I did not use grammar ot can I have refund ?
0 votes, asked May 05 by Saida
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What is the type of this sentence?
I was wondering if a sentence started with something like "for example" does it make it a compound sentence? like ...
grammar Sentence english Structure 0 votes, asked May 05 by Suzie Toumeh
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The use of indentation of a paragraph to indicate it is a quote.
What, if any, is the rule regarding indenting a complete paragraph to indicate the whole is a quote?
0 votes, asked May 05 by M. Santiago
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Usage of verb with the word 'all'
Which of the following are correct? a)"All we see are clouds." b)"All we see is clouds." c)"All we hear about ...
0 votes, asked May 05 by Veronica
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How would improve on our company/product?
How would improve on our company/product?
0 votes, asked May 05 by atheshkhan
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Which and that in sentences.
I do not quite understand why in the sentence: "It pleased Denny to exert the full force of his irony ...
0 votes, asked May 05 by Igor
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Subject-Verb Agreement With a List
In the following sentence: "Below is a list of changes that is required in order to successfully continue to transfer ...
subject-verb agreement 0 votes, asked May 05 by Charles Cantrell
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