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About Farewell
Farewell day has been fixed on 22 nd September at guest house . Is it correct sentence ?
0 votes, asked Sep 21 '16 by Sumana Mahapatra
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Does a semicolon or comma go after "Flamethrower" in this sentence?
I want to know if a comma or semicolon goes after the word "Flamethrower" in this sentence. If so, a ...
commas comma semicolons Semicolon 0 votes, asked Sep 21 '16 by Brian
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Is a comma supposed to go behind 'which' or no? Also, should a comma or semicolon go after "STAB"?
I want to know if a comma I supposed to be added before the word 'which' in this sentence:"The new ...
comma Semicolon punctuation 0 votes, asked Sep 21 '16 by Brian
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Comma after 'I don't know'?
Is it grammatically correct to write "I don't know, it's just not working properly," with a comma after "I don't ...
comma independentclause dependentclause Semicolon 0 votes, asked Sep 21 '16 by Brian
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Find the error in the sentence .
after braekfast they lay down in the tree to talk . Suddenly , they hear a loud bang from down ...
0 votes, asked Sep 21 '16 by Amit Kumar
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Is a semicolon in this list required!?
I've read online that you should "use a semicolon between items in a list or series if any of the ...
+1 vote, asked Sep 21 '16 by Brian
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Multiple choice test
All those scientists ................... for their stance toward the Milky Way.a. accept b. have accepted c. have been accepted d. ...
0 votes, asked Sep 21 '16 by David
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Which one of these is grammatically correct?
Which is grammatically correct? "Everybody reading this: have a great day and stay positive," "Everybody reading this: have a great ...
somma Semicolon independentclause 0 votes, asked Sep 21 '16 by Brian
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Is it correct to say
let's say I like to travel to a particlar place from time to time. For instance Germany. Is it correct ...
0 votes, asked Sep 21 '16 by Daniel Kucarov
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Proper word or phrase choice
I'm writing a short story, and having difficulty explaining a behavior by one character in the story. I'll give an ...
0 votes, asked Sep 21 '16 by Henry
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Comma before 'and' in this sentence?
Does this sentence need a comma before 'and'? Sentence: "Go check him out[,] and drop a follow!"
comma puncuation 0 votes, asked Sep 21 '16 by Brian
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Singular or plural form of be in a particular case
Which is proper: "They settled in what IS now Utah, Nevada, and Arizona" or "what ARE now Utah, Nevada, and ...
0 votes, asked Sep 21 '16 by Sean Newman
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Grammar question - use of a comma.
I get paid then and quite frankly this is a hell of a deal! I'm thinking: I get paid then, ...
comas 0 votes, asked Sep 21 '16 by Brandon Crispi
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Not any VS None of
I'm wondering if I could write the following sentence both ways, and if not, why? No one was able to ...
+1 vote, asked Sep 21 '16 by Andrew Schumacher
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Can 'so' start in the begging of this question?
Does it make sense to write: "I decided to clean my car. So if anyone's wondering why it's clean, there's ...
comma Semicolon independentclause dependentclause 0 votes, asked Sep 21 '16 by Brian
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Does this sentence need a comma before 'which'? And is there supposed to be a semicolon after 'STAB'
I want to know if the comma before 'which' is necessary. If it is/isn't necessary, I would appreciate brief explanation ...
comma semi-colon Semicolon independentclause dependentclause 0 votes, asked Sep 21 '16 by Brian
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comma placement
Is a comma required before the word and?
0 votes, asked Sep 20 '16 by Vincent Imbriglia
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How would this sentence be written?
1. I don't know, it's just not working properly.2 I don't know; it's just not working properly.3I don't know. It's ...
comma Semicolon independentclause dependentclause 0 votes, asked Sep 20 '16 by Brian
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Does this sentence need a comma before 'which'?
I want to know if the comma before 'which' is necessary. If it is/isn't necessary, I would appreciate brief explanation ...
comma which Semicolon 0 votes, asked Sep 20 '16 by Brian
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What does this sentence mean?
What does the sentence ..'succeeded in reviving the importation of Chinese slave labor' mean? I'm having trouble rewording it.
school chinese history +1 vote, asked Sep 20 '16 by Deanna Archer
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I don't know that's why am asking
I asked you a question and you're not given me a answer to it
Asked Youare given a answer 0 votes, asked Sep 20 '16 by Ismail
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Is 'it's bad' an independent clause?
In the sentence: "I don't know why you guys wanted to see this so badly. It's bad," is "it's bad" ...
independent independentclause clause dependentclause dependent +2 votes, asked Sep 20 '16 by Brian
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not doing much for
Don't sound so disappointed. It's not doing much for our morale. not doing much ? which kind of situation is ...
0 votes, edited Sep 20 '16 by zero plus one
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The fate of Squad 207 rests in your hands.
What does this "rest" mean?
+1 vote, asked Sep 20 '16 by zero plus one
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Is a semicolon in this list required?
I read online that you should "use a semicolon between items in a list or series if any of the ...
Semicolon semicolons comma commas puncuation 0 votes, asked Sep 20 '16 by Brian
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Is a comma needed before 'and' in this sentence?
Is a comma needed before 'and' in this sentence? If the comma is/isn't required, I would appreciate it if you ...
comma commabeforeand commas commasplice +1 vote, asked Sep 20 '16 by Brian
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Semicolon or no semicolon in this list?
I need help on deciding wether or not I should use a semicolon (or a comma instead) in these two ...
Semicolon semicolons commas comma punctuation 0 votes, asked Sep 20 '16 by Brian
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give me an audience or give me audience?
Do we say give me "an audience" or give me "audience?"
+1 vote, asked Sep 20 '16 by naijablend
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Is a semicolon required in this list? If so, where?
I need to know if a semicolon (or comma) is needed in this list. If so, may you please rewrite ...
Semicoolon semicolons comma commas 0 votes, asked Sep 20 '16 by Brian
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Most as a subject of a sentence
I know that if I say, "One of the pencils is broken," that the subject is "One." In the sentence: ...
0 votes, asked Sep 20 '16 by BB
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