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I wish vs I wished
What's the difference between I wish and I wished? I usually use 'I wish + V2' but how about I ...
wish Wished iwish iwished 0 votes, asked 10 minutes ago by Faith
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Past tense using in Present Tense
This notice seing in shops when the currencies banned in India " Banned 1000,500 currencies not accepted here" instead of ...
past tense against present tense 0 votes, asked 1 hour ago by Ashal
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Who as a part of speech
What part of speech is "who" in the following sentence: Len said he would like to know "who" lived next ...
0 votes, asked 4 hours ago by Betty Reich
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Who as a part of speech
What part of speech is "who" in the following sentence: Len said he would like to know "who" lived next ...
0 votes, asked 4 hours ago by Betty Reich
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Too or either
Statement; "can't wait to see you guys." Response: "can't wait to see you guys too/either!"
+1 vote, asked 4 hours ago by Colleen Forbes
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Too or either
Statement; "can't wait to see you guys." Response: "can't wait to see you guys too/either!"
0 votes, asked 4 hours ago by Colleen Forbes
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Object of infinitive
What is "to know whom you can trust" in the following sentence. "It's hard to know whom you can trust."
0 votes, asked 4 hours ago by Betty Reich
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Lightning
What is the possesive of the NHL team Lightning... Ex. Lightning's or Lighting' 2000 Draft Pick.
Lightning possessive 0 votes, asked 4 hours ago by Adam Holzman
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vocabulary usage
Is it accurate to say yoga has a place in our modern lexicon of exercise? Is this a correct usage ...
0 votes, asked 5 hours ago by Hsienhua Tan
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"i'm getting you this" versus "I'm getting this for you"?
correct to say "i'm getting you this" or should you say "I'm getting this for you" instead?
sentence-correction sentence-structure sentence-fragment grammar 0 votes, asked 6 hours ago by Danielle Parker
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"From" before a date, without following with "until"
Is it grammatically correct to use "from" before a date without following with "until" or "to"? For example: "From 2012 ...
Prepositions dates 0 votes, asked 6 hours ago by Christopher Pumphrey
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miserable/miserably, terrible/terribly, horrible/horribly
She said that she was feeling miserable/miserable so didn't want to come to the event. "How are you feeling?" Horrible/horribly?
+1 vote, asked 7 hours ago by Colleen Forbes
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Can anyone help me with this key word transformation?
Can anyone help me with this key word transformation? 1 I learnt a lot about time management from my ex-boss. ...
grammar 0 votes, asked 9 hours ago by english1701
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New Year Wishes - question
Hello! I found some wishes on the internet but I'm not sure if they are correct. Could you please tell ...
new year wishes grammar +1 vote, edited 9 hours ago by WonderingDreamer
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The question has to have something to do with the Holocaust.
Was there anyone from the Nazi Party that prevented Jews from being killed in the Holocaust?
0 votes, asked 11 hours ago by Danielle
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Most appropriate to use comma, ellipses or parenthesis? Help!
My husband and I are debating what would be most suitable for this sentence. Can somebody help? "Not all those ...
parenthesis comma ellipses 0 votes, asked 12 hours ago by Saucer
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Grammar
What does i am awake mean it means that i got up or i currently am awake?
0 votes, asked 12 hours ago by Anonymous Bawa
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english sentence
Hi , Is the following sentence correct? Ahmad is authorized to collect my duty check......... Some one told me that ...
+1 vote, asked 12 hours ago by Akhtar Rasool
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or vs nor
He no longer had a sense of space nor time (space or time) which one?
0 votes, asked 12 hours ago by philo
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join the sentences with correct coordinating conjunction
1.Karim works hard.Abdul works harder. 2.You may go . I will stay. 3.The leaves are falling.It is autumn. 4.His brother ...
0 votes, asked 12 hours ago by nusrath
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Not only did Harry or Not only Harry did, he also or also he
I'm unsure which is the correct answer: Harry broke his leg, and also injured his shoulder. ______________________________ injured his shoulder. ...
did also grammar 0 votes, asked 13 hours ago by Drin Kadriu
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what do you went? (passib)
What do you went?
0 votes, asked 14 hours ago by MD shamsul Alam
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drizzling( (or) drizzling on me
Water drops drizzling me (0r) drizzling on me
drizzling +1 vote, asked 15 hours ago by praveen
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correct conjunction
1. Most of the commuters were happy getting out of the train, .................the journey had been just too long. 2.I ...
+1 vote, asked 15 hours ago by nusrath
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sentences joins
can you join these sentences together in one sentence please The woman is old. the woman is anxious. the woman ...
+1 vote, asked 17 hours ago by Anh Em Đức Maria
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active to passive voice
The doctor prescribed 3 medicines for Raju
0 votes, asked 17 hours ago by Reshma gowda
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Narration
She said,"What a Lovely Flower"
0 votes, asked 20 hours ago by Ranjeet Singh
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My school which I liked a lot" is it correct?
"My school which I liked a lot" is it correct?
+1 vote, asked 1 day ago by Guilande
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Does the vocabulary enhancement even work?
I got premium right now and I am creating basic sentences in the app but it is never suggesting me ...
vocabulary enhancement Premium 0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Qwerty
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CHRISTMAS CARD
Does this sound right -----I have really been blessed to get to know and become friends with you. You are ...
+1 vote, asked 1 day ago by ADRIANNE
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