2 answers
Active to Passive Voice
1. Who wrote the book ? 2. The author has written a special edition for children. 3. Did he offend ...
+1 vote, asked Nov 16 '15 by Arjun Gupta
1 answer
word not responding with Grammarly activated or enabled
Running Windows10 and using Word2013: Are there updates available to fix this? I just purchased this software for one year ...
Word unresponsive word2013 windows10 0 votes, edited Nov 16 '15 by Nancy Riley
1 answer
is following statement right?
Is this statement correct- Is your plan for coming to the London confirm?
0 votes, asked Nov 16 '15 by archie
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Speak and Talk
are there rules when to use te verb "to speak" and when to use " to talk"? Are those rules ...
+1 vote, asked Nov 16 '15 by Olivier Zucker
0 answers
Hello guys,I'm wondering if the examples below can be used interchangeably:(please do explain if they are different)1.we found many bodies ...
Dangling-structures +1 vote, asked Nov 16 '15 by Ali Faridizad
1 answer
3. Is this the right expression to use when I kept labeling something by mistake and promise not to do ...
Word-choice 0 votes, asked Nov 16 '15 by Es shin
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word order in a sentence
2. Which of these sentences are right? or sounds more natural? Can you explain why in some more detail please? ...
word-order 0 votes, asked Nov 16 '15 by Es shin
1 answer
sentences from a grammar book.
1. According to a grammar book I use, those sentences below are right. Can you explain why? It appears weird ...
grammaticality 0 votes, asked Nov 16 '15 by Es shin
1 answer
Sisters and brothers day out.Is this correct sentence?Does anyone know this? Im waiting for your answer, thank you :)
0 votes, asked Nov 16 '15 by ferdhia
1 answer
Vocabulary and grammar
Does this sentence make sense? If not, any suggestions on how a 7 year old can use 'prodigious' in a ...
Prodigious 0 votes, asked Nov 16 '15 by NMcD
1 answer
Is s capitalized in sentence "your state"?
0 votes, asked Nov 15 '15 by Teresa O'Keeffe
1 answer
capitalization rules
I understand that grammatically speaking, common nouns should be lowercase, except as part of proper names. But then I came ...
Capitalize capitalization 0 votes, asked Nov 15 '15 by Karen Langhauser
1 answer
Punctuating additional phrases that are technically independent
Is it possible for additional phrases that are set off by commas to be independent, like in the following examples? ...
+1 vote, edited Nov 15 '15 by Joseph
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Question about use of the word He.
If there are two people, and you want to refer to both, can you use he in the same sentence ...
0 votes, asked Nov 15 '15 by YoDiggity
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"I Believe I Can Fly" is it a metaphor?
0 votes, asked Nov 15 '15 by Silvania Davis
1 answer
Comment Relative Clause
I read a book while I was waiting at the airport, which was very boring. The most likely meaning of ...
Comments relative Clauses 0 votes, asked Nov 15 '15 by hyat
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grammar and usage
plzz tell me the difference in usage of though,even though and although.
+1 vote, asked Nov 15 '15 by ashish
1 answer
can 'neither' be placed at the end of a sentence the same way as 'either'?
Are these two sentences showing correct grammar? Bring no guns, nor knives, neither. I won't eat bugs nor spiders, neither. ...
conjunctions neither nor 0 votes, asked Nov 15 '15 by B. Alvn
2 answers
Correct my english please.
HI, i'm french. I've tried to translate in english a short text. But i'm not sure at all about the ...
software correct 0 votes, asked Nov 15 '15 by Jocelyn Herard
1 answer
A or An
I have read a sentece online "an complete Access control" could you please explain here "A" should be use or ...
+1 vote, asked Nov 15 '15 by Imran
1 answer
Angus has examined the structure of the Bible, is capable of accurately locating Scripture references, and has increased his familiarity ...
0 votes, asked Nov 15 '15 by Linda Gentilcore
1 answer
I am making a poster for my dad and want to know if this sentence is grammatically correct
You are the basket of my ball
0 votes, asked Nov 15 '15 by jayden
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in or on
which one is right ? answer in the question paper or answer on the question paper ?
in-on +2 votes, asked Nov 14 '15 by faeze
1 answer
Is this sentence grammatically correct?
'Mr. Merlyn, I believe.' (This is a character speaking)
Sentence Structure 0 votes, asked Nov 14 '15 by Sam W
3 answers
Give correct expression
1 Joe's the person with who I am angry 2 Joe's the person with whom I am angry 3 Joe's ...
0 votes, asked Nov 14 '15 by Sai Rameshwari
3 answers
Where can I get the best car parking deals in heathrow?
Well I Am going Heathrow to Australia on this 20th November. But I have an issue I don't know where ...
car park carparking 0 votes, asked Nov 14 '15 by Gilliam
2 answers
The new version of Grammraly will not recognize This is what I used to set up my account. HELP
0 votes, asked Nov 14 '15 by William F Rose III
2 answers
word-choice between "to" and "for"
This question is about “for” and “to” in terms of destination or direction. Which is right? Are they both right? ...
word-choi +2 votes, asked Nov 14 '15 by Es shin
1 answer
word order
How do you say something identical and more than two using “(the) same”? Which is right among below? If there’s ...
word-order +1 vote, asked Nov 14 '15 by Es shin
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Hello, Instead of using said over and over use the words below to replace said in the sentences. (Jeered-Asked-Answered-Ordered-Groaned-Begged-Grumbled-demanded-Shouted-Whispered) The ...
multiple speech +1 vote, asked Nov 14 '15 by Sumona Dasgupta
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