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Interpretation: Name has symptoms of always having migraines, jaw pain, other conditions
Do you interpret this to mean that person has always had migraines, jaw pain, other conditions or do you interpret ...
0 votes, asked Apr 27 by Bonnie Atkinson
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Using an abbreviation after a semicolon
Talking to some friends online and someone said "My phone is at 2% R.I.P." and for some reason we wanted ...
Semicolon Abbreviation formality 0 votes, asked Apr 27 by Nanopixel
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'To you who have...' grammatically correct?
Hi, Is the following sentence grammatically correct assuming you are addressing in plural form: 'to you who have loved and ...
pluralpossession singular-plural Addressing 0 votes, asked Apr 27 by Elly
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CATTLE: Conjugate as Singular or Plural?
Which is correct:"that cattle or "those Cattle"?"the cattle is grazing" or "the cattle are grazing"?
Cattle singular plural conjugation 0 votes, asked Apr 27 by Barbara Espinosa
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A word that describes how someone appears/acts but in reality is something else.
I'm writing my own novel, and there is a character that appears and acts lazy. However, in reality he is ...
Word Word-choice writersblock definition help +1 vote, asked Apr 27 by Misty Moon
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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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A or the film industry
Vinod Khanna passed away on April 27 and the film industry came together to pay their last respects to him.https://m.rediff.com/movies/report/pix-akshaye-amitabh-rishi-attend-vinod-khannas-funeral/20170427.htmDo ...
0 votes, asked Apr 27 by Jignesh
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Improper Formatting
what does this mean
0 votes, asked Apr 27 by kyleschuster
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My reaction on Friday
Is this right sentence
0 votes, asked Apr 27 by Pawan
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frame question
Ruskin bonds father knew his duties
0 votes, asked Apr 27 by Mohammed Taif Shaikh
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Why does auxiliary verb not set before the subject?
"Only at the time of war will you be revealed ". It is line , If I put this general ...
grammar verb 0 votes, asked Apr 27 by step
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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 ...
+1 vote, asked Apr 27 by Petr Kment
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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 ...
subject complement noun clause +1 vote, asked Apr 27 by Edward
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Proper Word Choice
Which is correct: The customer has been given shingle samples to make a selection. or The customer has been given ...
0 votes, asked Apr 27 by Lisa
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we will diposite cheque tomorrow
we will diposite cheque tomorrow
0 votes, asked Apr 27 by prachi
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Could you provide me the amount details to update on invoice.
Could you tell me the above sentence is correct or not, as i am concerned with the word" the amount". ...
0 votes, asked Apr 27 by Shwetha Srinivas
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Change into negative sentence
The rivers run dry in summer
0 votes, asked Apr 27 by Ohitha reddy
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What a momentum, "with" preposition at the end
NEW DELHI: What a momentum to start the year with! I understand the meaning of the sentence completely.Please explain to ...
+1 vote, asked Apr 27 by Jignesh
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They have requested to change is a correct word
They have requested to change is a correct word ?
0 votes, asked Apr 27 by Arunganesh pg Gopalan
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preposition
what is the time ___ your watch
0 votes, asked Apr 27 by DEVI SARGOUNAME
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About verb mutilated
(Had been mutilated or mutilating ) according to tense v1+ing form but answer is mutilated why????
0 votes, asked Apr 27 by Venkat Y
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please correct my grammar
FYI, Our Quarterly and Weekly Nursing Quality checklist was previous in top crash cart and now its transferred to our ...
0 votes, asked Apr 27 by Elena
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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 ...
+1 vote, asked Apr 27 by Ana
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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
passive-voice +1 vote, asked Apr 27 by Veerambhatt
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A Steve Smith-an article "a" before a proper noun
You need to be Cheteshwar Pujara in this market, a Steve Smith won’t clickhttp://m.economictimes.com/markets/stocks/news/you-need-to-be-cheteshwar-pujara-in-this-market-a-steve-smith-wont-click/articleshow/57870486.cmsplease explain to me the use of ...
0 votes, asked Apr 27 by Jignesh
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Verb errors
When I was young, /i can run/faster than Mohan. No error.
0 votes, asked Apr 27 by Arvind Sharma
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Grammarly Premium Problems
I have cancel my premium plan before 7days try out. They still charge me in the next payment.
0 votes, asked Apr 27 by Millie
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Grammatically correct or not
Your childhood was awsome if you don't know the answer
0 votes, asked Apr 26 by Raju
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Can I use though and but in this long sentence
To this day, doctors recommend eight hours of sleep for an average adult, though older people can do with less, ...
0 votes, asked Apr 26 by panasonicht75
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"The" articles
Hey, where do I need to use "the" and where don't? I'm lost... Thanks for the answer. 1)The aim and ...
0 votes, edited Apr 26 by Greta
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