Unanswered questions

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Hope you enjoyed it
What to respond to it?
0 votes, asked Nov 11 by Jake wells
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Grammar
I wondered if this question was correct gramatically: "I wondered if your husband might still be willing to take our ...
0 votes, asked Nov 11 by Daniel Hilliard
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Does this sentence make sense?
"Having to recall exact details didn’t prove to be precariously tedious." Emphasis on the 'precariously tedious' bit. Thanks!
0 votes, asked Nov 11 by Jaana Syme
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correct punctuation
Which is correct To Lorie Ewing. Happy Anniversary to The Ewing's. To Lorie Ewing. Happy Anniversary to The Ewings'. To ...
0 votes, asked Nov 11 by John Camacho
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Help me Simplify these sentences correctly..
1. The diameter (gauge) of the suture material vary from fine (11-0) to very coarse.2. The 6-0 suture is also ...
0 votes, asked Nov 11 by shubhanshu
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word choice
The air hung thick. Is this a correct use of the verb hung?
0 votes, asked Nov 10 by Cheryl Hanson
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fill in the blank
this morning i bought-------newspaper and -------magazine--------newspaper is in my bag but i cant remember where i put-------magazine
0 votes, asked Nov 10 by arif
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Paragraph seems off.
Something seems to be wrong with my paragraph, it just doesn't look/sound right to me. After two of my books ...
help sentence-fragment grammar 0 votes, asked Nov 10 by Benjamin Gareis
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Is vs. Are
Is it proper to say "Currently there is approximately 700,000 square feet of buildings at Vint Hill." or "Currently there ...
0 votes, asked Nov 10 by Fran
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child's vs children
when writing a paper and using the word "child's" can i use the word children in the same paper or ...
0 votes, asked Nov 10 by martha
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Is "pop into our heads" OK? Is it proper to shift from plural to singular in second sentence??
What about those negative thoughts that pop into our heads? Maybe we can’t control every thought that enters the mind, ...
-1 votes, asked Nov 10 by Susan
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Interrogative
Rani gave birth to a son.
0 votes, asked Nov 10 by Kamlesh Choudhary
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Usage of Overnight
I am writing my statement of purpose for a graduate school and need some help. Is this sentence grammatically correct ...
0 votes, edited Nov 11 by GuruM
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Grammatical Reasoning?
This is clearly an ungrammatical sentence: "Freddy would like to see the home-opener, but tickets are unable to be purchased ...
grammarly 0 votes, asked Nov 09 by staffwriter
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How do you in-text citation a paraphrased paragraph?
I have to write a paper and I was wondering when you have to add the in-tect citation when paraphrasing. ...
0 votes, asked Nov 09 by tania
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Can you say...
"I went to my husband's brother's house." OR do you have to say, "I went to my brother -in-law's house."
0 votes, asked Nov 09 by Kim
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What is wrong with this sentence
People not rich enough to afford land found themselves paying taxes they could not afford for land they could not ...
run-on +1 vote, asked Nov 09 by kara
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english
'which of the following lines is decasyllabic?...A. i am sometimes compared to popular actresses...B. meet me by the dock down ...
0 votes, asked Nov 09 by Luis
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Implied Subjects
Is it considered improper grammar to leave out a subject in a sentence if you have previously stated the subject? ...
you subject 0 votes, asked Nov 08 by Alex Bieser
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Can you say...
"Nobody in the class works in a restaurant." How about, " Somebody in the class works in a restaurant."
0 votes, asked Nov 08 by Kim
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Are the following sentences correct?
Nobody in the class works in a restaurant. OR Somebody in the class works in a restaurant. Can you use ...
0 votes, asked Nov 08 by Kim
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Change into Simple Sentence
Though he has failed many times,he hopes to succed.
0 votes, asked Nov 08 by sairam madadi
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I know this is wrong but don't know why
What is the technical reason this is wrong: "With more than 190 people on staff, examples of LEED project experience ...
0 votes, asked Nov 07 by Missy
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Commas
Why is there a comma between the dependent and independent clause when the dependent clause is at the end of ...
0 votes, asked Nov 07 by Sean Munro
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is there a difference between "you can really" and "you really can"?
is there a difference between "you can really do sth" and "you really can sth"? is the second one even ...
really 0 votes, asked Nov 07 by hatef
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Grammar of a sentence
Hello! I believe you all know the quote: "Experience is a brutal teacher but you learn. My God do you ...
grammar Sentence quote 0 votes, asked Nov 07 by Goda Kiškūnaitė
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PLEASE grade my essay
After Atticus teaches Scout to "consider things from [another person's] point of view… "(30), Scout starts to think twice and ...
essay TKaM writing reading homework 0 votes, asked Nov 07 by janna
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Find the controversy in this sentence.
"No sentence ends with because." (because because is a conjunction)
0 votes, asked Nov 07 by சிவகங்கை சின்னசாமி வெங்கடகிரி
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'in' OR 'on'?
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RK 0 votes, asked Nov 07 by Rubina Jaffar
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Using And
The sentence is I didn't stay home and miss work. My question is what does the whole sentence mean? Does ...
omit and compound 0 votes, asked Nov 07 by Nino Guti
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