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I have a new laptop. How do I download Grammarly to my new machine?
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change in to negative sentence
1. My fastest horse has hooves like wings. 2. Take him.
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Make sense?
Someone said, "Johnny just loves sweet little Claire." Reply, "thank you, Claire feels the same way about Johnny." Does the ...
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Relogin on one computer causes lost progress on another computer
Can the website be set to reupdate itself after relogin since new progress on another computer may be simply washed ...
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help me to write correct
Dear All, Please check the below link for 26th April, team gathering pictures. Thanks
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If there are two past tenses in direct speech, should we change both into past perfect?
Sanded said, "when I got there, the place was almost empty. " Here, 'got' and 'was' are past tenses. So, ...
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Informing unable to attend the meeting
Sorry to inform that I am not available for today's meeting
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"That" or "Which"?
I was told that "which", and not "that", is correct in the following statement: "When you say passionate love, you ...
which that +1 vote, asked Apr 27 by Boone
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He has got/gotten worse at night- doesn't sleep.
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Of vs for preposition
Please explain to me the use of preposition "for and "of" in the following:Department of Health butDepartment for Pension and ...
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Can Grammarly Plagiarism checker check my whole website automatically?
Can my paid Grammarly service crawl my entire website to check for plagiarism - or do I have to copy ...
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Being taken over
I was really interested to hear that the team on J6, the Adult Cystic Fibrosis (CF) Unit, are working with ...
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verb tense
Which is correct: Today we drive to the town. Or Today we drove to the town.
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Noun clauses in the subject complement position.
The problem was that leaving was not an option. I take that to be S + LV + noun clause ...
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Proper Word Choice
Does this make sense? He advised that gutters were rescheduled to be installed on Monday, May 1 due to rain.
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make yes/no question
We do not smoke in public places.
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Grammar check please
Hi, Apologies if it doesn't concern you, I am looking for a swap for the Saturday-19/08/2017 as I will be ...
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Checking if sentence is correct
Is this sentence correct? : I love culture.
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Proper Word Choice
Which is correct for a bullet point: Installation of siding is scheduled for Monday, May 1. or Siding installation is ...
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copy and paste
How to I copy and paste onto and from to Microsoft word?
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Article THE
Choose the correct option A) The Hindus worship the idolsB) Hindus worship idolsC) Hindus worship the idols
article the 0 votes, asked Apr 28 by Hadiqa
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choose or to choose
which is correct and why: "I will help you choose the images" or "I will help you to choose the ...
Infinitive verb 0 votes, asked Apr 28 by Alena
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meaning of expression
What does "they said it would be a while, sorry" mean ?
while 0 votes, asked Apr 28 by Saurab Raj
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Would be easier
Trump says he thought being president would be easierI read the above headline in the Time of India.What is the ...
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Is it correct to say that I had gone to attend marriage?
Is it correct to say that I had gone to attend marriage?
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Should I be using who or whom and do I need to change other words?
The president I researched is William Henry Harrison, who/whom was the ninth U.S. president, was born on February 9, 1773 ...
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My friend
Is it ok to say you simply out did yourself ?
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Passive voice negative interrogative sentences
(Amn't I being charged) or (Am I not being charged) which one is correct or both are correct
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to see vs to have seen
Hello, I have a question regarding the usage of to see and to have seen. Not just this verb though ...
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A correct usage of verb
In the following sentence, Each of them (is/has) a different color. Which verb is correct?If is is correct, pls let ...
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