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Apr 22 +20
16:08 upvote +10 Sentence correction
14:39 upvote +10 helppppppppp
Apr 19 +40
13:00 upvote +10 comparitive degree
08:53 upvote +10 comparitive degree
08:49 upvote +10 correct or incorrect
08:07 upvote +10 have, have been
Apr 08 +25
17:12 most helpful +15 Usage
17:12 upvote +10 Usage
Apr 06 +20
13:53 upvote +10 Diddle
07:33 upvote +10 Past Perfect Tense
Apr 02 +50
13:05 upvote +10 Grammar Help !!!
09:40 upvote +10 Usage
09:37 upvote +10 HE WAS ABSENT YESTERDAY
09:36 upvote +10 Grammar Help !!!
09:29 upvote +10 correction.
Mar 29 +25
04:55 upvote +10 Usage
04:55 most helpful +15 Usage
Mar 28 +50
04:49 most helpful +15 Usage
04:49 upvote +10 Usage
03:53 upvote +10 bring vs to bring
03:53 most helpful +15 bring vs to bring
Mar 27 +45
07:30 most helpful +15 Follow-up question
07:30 upvote +10 Follow-up question
07:22 upvote +10 bring vs to bring
07:06 upvote +10 Grammar/Structure
Mar 19 +65
22:38 upvote +10 Who or that
18:05 most helpful +15 Is the question wrong or the answer?
15:54 upvote +10 Is this sentence ok?
14:47 most helpful +15 use of "to be" with certain other verbs
12:38 most helpful +15 Your or You're?
Mar 13 +20
04:54 upvote +10 correct use of tense
04:49 upvote +10 preposition
Mar 09 +10
18:37 upvote +10 verb
Feb 26 +10
15:29 upvote +10 question
Feb 16 +130
19:25 upvote +10 Subject-verb agreement (Presence + s)
10:15 upvote +10 permission
10:14 upvote +10 Keep on hold
10:13 upvote +10 responsible for without relative clause
10:10 upvote +10 Correct usage: "us" vs "we"
10:10 upvote +10 Modifying
10:09 upvote +10 choose correct sentences please.
10:09 upvote +10 who/that
10:05 upvote +10 Briefing of vs on
10:01 upvote +10 preposition
10:01 upvote +10 Correct these sentences
09:59 upvote +10 you would be blahblah...
09:57 upvote +10 had or has been: help!
Feb 13 +25
18:51 most helpful +15 Obstacle to
18:51 upvote +10 Obstacle to
Feb 06 +30
18:24 upvote +10 Should this be "or" or "and"
12:20 upvote +10 semicolon
02:07 upvote +10 Grammar usage
Feb 03 +85
22:38 most helpful +15 Isn't this a fragment?
09:07 upvote +10 Isn't this a fragment?
09:06 upvote +10 preposition
08:58 upvote +10 When to use Who & Whom
08:58 upvote +10 correct verb usage
08:35 upvote +10 Meaning of a sentence
08:34 upvote +10 verb tense
08:30 upvote +10 Grammar help: singular they?
Jan 26 +20
23:42 upvote +10 prepositions
22:49 upvote +10 A lot of OR Some
Jul 31 '13 +15
07:11 most helpful +15 Grammar
Jun 18 '13 +20
17:27 upvote +10 difference
16:31 upvote +10 difference
Jun 03 '13 +30
15:52 upvote +10 anymore no longer
08:51 upvote +10 grammer
08:36 upvote +10 Question on tense
Jun 02 '13 +70
22:48 upvote +10 Personal Pronouns
12:26 upvote +10 Reflexive or emphatic
09:31 upvote +10 Personal Pronouns
09:08 upvote +10 Reflexive or emphatic
08:47 upvote +10 ENGLISH
08:44 upvote +10 Past tenses
08:28 upvote +10 Past tenses
May 28 '13 +30
15:49 upvote +10 using "just as"
15:45 upvote +10 how?
13:07 upvote +10 how?
May 13 '13 +35
08:19 upvote +10 how would you word this sentence
07:58 most helpful +15 Grammar usage
07:58 upvote +10 Grammar usage
Apr 24 '13 +20
05:21 upvote +10 Passive voice
05:17 upvote +10 Grammar usage
Apr 23 '13 +55
16:41 most helpful +15 Grammar usage
16:39 upvote +10 Grammar usage
04:32 upvote +10 Split infinitives
04:14 upvote +10 Grammar usage
03:50 upvote +10 Split infinitives
Apr 10 '13 +40
16:35 upvote +10 adjective
16:35 upvote +10 pronoun
16:34 upvote +10 what is wrong with this sentence
16:08 upvote +10 Please check
Apr 06 '13 +45
16:20 upvote +10 Who or whom
16:08 most helpful +15 Grammar usage
16:08 upvote +10 Grammar usage
16:06 upvote +10 which is correct ?
Apr 03 '13 +25
17:30 upvote +10 Grammar
14:56 most helpful +15 Grammar
Mar 31 '13 +50
23:42 upvote +10 Possession
04:25 upvote +10 which one is better?
04:24 upvote +10 Possession
04:23 upvote +10 Prepositional Phrases
04:22 upvote +10 Meaning please
Mar 27 '13 +30
17:07 upvote +10 Adjective or adverb?
17:06 upvote +10 dang passive voice!
05:07 upvote +10 more than
Mar 12 '13 +20
12:00 upvote +10 Grammar usage
11:56 upvote +10 Truly
Mar 02 '13 +25
06:43 upvote +10 Grammar usage
06:40 most helpful +15 Grammar usage
Feb 23 '13 +70
15:48 upvote +10 Help me rewriet this sentence
15:48 upvote +10 help
15:17 upvote +10 Modifers
15:11 upvote +10 correct the sentence
15:02 upvote +10 Usage of period
09:35 upvote +10 without fail and without failure
04:10 upvote +10 Where is the Dangling Modifier
Feb 10 '13 +115
22:10 upvote +10 Prepositions
18:54 most helpful +15 Grammar
16:45 upvote +10 Comma Usage
16:22 upvote +10 Comma Usage
16:18 upvote +10 punctuation
16:15 upvote +10 Subject verb agreement
16:11 upvote +10 Help with a sentence structure!
15:49 upvote +10 Prepositions
04:24 upvote +10 English
04:11 upvote +10 Usage of shall and should
03:54 upvote +10 Usage of shall and should
Feb 09 '13 +105
18:56 most helpful +15 Grammar
16:20 upvote +10 You look so beautiful
16:17 upvote +10 Passive voice use
11:11 upvote +10 grammar: passive
10:56 upvote +10 change into active voce
10:53 upvote +10 is this correct
10:50 upvote +10 shouldn't it be four o'clock not for o'clock...
09:46 upvote +10 Grammar
09:34 upvote +10 Grammar
08:43 upvote +10 You are the first to see my house.
Jan 31 '13 +105
19:38 upvote +10 Comparing two or more things
17:30 upvote +10 a/the?
17:14 upvote +10 verbs
17:10 upvote +10 sentence correction
17:08 upvote +10 a/the?
13:41 upvote +10 Incorrect use of prepositions
11:23 most helpful +15 Using Simple Past and Past Perfect
11:20 upvote +10 Using Simple Past and Past Perfect
08:31 upvote +10 using "some" and "any"
04:59 upvote +10 using "some" and "any"
Jan 27 '13 +80
16:22 upvote +10 grammer
10:04 upvote +10 Tense agreement
07:37 upvote +10 restructuring a sentence
07:36 upvote +10 indirect speech
07:31 upvote +10 Tense agreement
07:10 upvote +10 Is this sentence correct?
06:00 upvote +10 Is this sentence correct?
04:51 upvote +10 indirect speech
Jan 24 '13 +110
11:28 upvote +10 Is this grammatically correct?
11:27 upvote +10 is this sentence right?
11:26 upvote +10 help
11:07 upvote +10 when do we use the preposition like or as
07:32 upvote +10 is this sentence right?
05:09 upvote +10 Changing from indirect to direct speech.
04:14 upvote +10 "be colored in"
04:02 upvote +10 Help
03:28 upvote +10 Help
00:55 upvote +10 Sentence
00:48 upvote +10 "be colored in"
Jan 23 '13 +30
17:26 upvote +10 Comma splice
04:21 upvote +10 Grammar
02:06 upvote +10 in / at university
Jan 09 '13 +20
22:16 upvote +10 adding the word to
04:39 upvote +10 Grammar
Dec 24 '12 +25
12:56 most helpful +15 Faulty parallelism
12:56 upvote +10 Faulty parallelism
Dec 22 '12 +20
04:29 upvote +10 I'm happiest
00:40 upvote +10 I'm happiest
Dec 15 '12 +20
16:08 upvote +10 Adverb
16:06 upvote +10 keep up vs catch up
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