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Period or comma before the phrase "talk about luck"?
In the sentence: "Just got an A+ on my test[,] talk about luck," would a comma go between 'test' and ...
period comma 0 votes, asked 17 minutes ago by Brian
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using according to or by in the following sentence
This study aims to measure the extent of association between the economic environment and student achievement by\according to the geographic ...
0 votes, asked 1 hour ago by Khaled
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Usage of is/are
What we need in this country is more redheads, or what we need in this country are more redheads.
0 votes, asked 1 hour ago by carpeomnious
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Comma around a name when in the middle of a sentence?
Would it be necessary to add commas around a name when congratulating him/her but not directly? For example, if I ...
comma 0 votes, asked 2 hours ago by Brian
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Correct spelling
Is it a hotelier or an hotelier? All my research points to a hotelier, but Grammarly wants an hotelier. A ...
spelling a an 0 votes, edited 3 hours ago by Jenny Hetherington
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Which is punctuated correctly?
One time my friend Beverly, she left the prom for a funeral. One time, my friend Beverly, she left the ...
+1 vote, asked 4 hours ago by N
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Comma before "I guess"?
Would it be a comma splice to have a comma in this sentence: "You're just unlucky[,] I guess"?
comma 0 votes, asked 8 hours ago by Brian
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Usage of was and were
When may one say 'if I were'? and 'if I was' preferable?
+2 votes, asked 9 hours ago by carpeomnious
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Usage of on/in
Which is correct? He is on/in the team sheet.
0 votes, asked 10 hours ago by carpeomnious
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Comma or no comma after the phrase "I mean"?
When a sentence has the phrase "I mean," should a comma be put after it or no? Example: "I mean[,] ...
comma 0 votes, asked 10 hours ago by Brian
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Comma in "go ahead[,] give it s try"?
I saw an advertisement and below had a phrase. I'm not sure if it's correct to have a comma in ...
comma 0 votes, asked 13 hours ago by Brian
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layout/ format
what's the difference between "layout" and "format", their meaning?
0 votes, asked 17 hours ago by Shirley Liu
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Why use “need not” instead of “do not need to”?
Can anybody explain how to use this context??
0 votes, asked 18 hours ago by Ashwani
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not that
Not that I expect you to accept that as an excuse, of course. How do you think this Not that? ...
0 votes, asked 18 hours ago by zero plus one
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I have been running the numbers on your plan.
What is run the numbers ?
0 votes, asked 19 hours ago by zero plus one
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She is basically at our mercy.
What does it mean?
0 votes, asked 20 hours ago by zero plus one
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IS or ARE ?
Please advise which is correct: There is a lack of evaluations or There are a lack of evaluations. I think ...
0 votes, asked 21 hours ago by Aleph
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Past tense vs past perfect
"The train started just before I reached the station""The train had arrived before he reached the station"Why the above two ...
0 votes, asked 22 hours ago by carpeomnious
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What does this sentence mean?
"Well insurance company didn't listen to me and put Dr. Citta as his primary." My friend is trying to tell ...
0 votes, asked 23 hours ago by Ryan
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Contraction of 'Is', Here's, He's
I saw a T'Shirt printed with the line, 'RELAX. The Bass Player's Here'. I think the sentence 'Player's Here' is ...
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Thiagarajan
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I need help with proper useage of commas in sentences
Use commas in proper form
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Cynthia
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Primary level or comparative level
Recently I read a sentence. Men suffering anxiety are twice as likely to have cancer. I wonder if I can ...
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Josh Lee
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Appropriate to add commas around a name that's in the middle of a sentence?
Would it be necessary to add commas around a name when congratulating him/her but not directly? For example, if I ...
comma 0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Brian
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Parts of speech in sentence help plz
every woman needed a husband, even if he did silence the song in her. there is a way to be ...
partsofspeech grammar partsofsentence 0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Laurel
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help plz
i hope any one answer these questions num 1 * the terrible weather affected the crops ............ the prices of ...
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by sherif
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Agreement of subject and verb
Why do we say 'What time suits you'? Isn't 'time' a singular subject and 'suits' a plural verb?
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Dianne
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Parents of he or him?
Which is correct, 'The parents of he and she', or, 'the parents of him and her'?
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Mikesc60
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Use of different tenses in a sentence
Can we use different tenses by joining two sentences with `and`?As past indefinite in first part and perfect in second
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by rudra pratap singh
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English Grammar
Which is the correct grammar for the below sentence: 1. Tomorrow I would like to meet with you to discuss ...
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Micheala Michelle
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Semicolons in this list.
I want to tell write to a friend and explain to him what colors my bike has. So if I ...
semicolons Semicolon 0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Brian
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