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I hopefully await to learn the admission committee's decision
Does this question make sense? Is it gramatically correct?
+1 vote, asked Jan 24 '16 by emily Becker
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what does it mean? and used for?
what does "it could be that" mean and used for?
meaning +2 votes, asked Jan 24 '16 by MO Sin
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You're late, and there's no one who can drive you to school.
Is this sentence grammatically correct?
+1 vote, asked Jan 24 '16 by Lori seggio
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words with "cyber" in them
is it spelled as one word or two words?
+2 votes, asked Jan 24 '16 by Patty Copeland
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Impersonal language
What word should I replace he with in my impersonal assighnment?
+1 vote, asked Jan 24 '16 by Farhan
1 answer
Change that question into active voice
That plan made everyone happy
+2 votes, asked Jan 24 '16 by Asif
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lay out
what does lay out a meal mean? Does it have a literal meaning only?
+1 vote, asked Jan 24 '16 by Marre
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I wish I had done
Could you please tell me the difference in the meaning of the follwing sentences 'I would like to have seen ...
would wish +2 votes, asked Jan 24 '16 by Svetlana
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correct grammar
do I say "People who" or "People that"
+3 votes, asked Jan 24 '16 by Carolyn Chambers
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what does it mean?
what does the Bold men: So the burden of proof in such cases should be weighted toward caution.
meaning +1 vote, asked Jan 24 '16 by MO Sin
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passive to active voice converter
In short, a primary emotion is an immediate response, while a secondary emotion is incited by the former, leading to ...
passive-voice passive active-voice active help +1 vote, asked Jan 24 '16 by Emma
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Hi, I wanna ask a question. In English Grammar & Composition by Wren & Martin second sentence is lab
Which is correct and why ,1- I gave no more than I could help.2- I gave no more than I ...
Conjunction grammarcorrection sentence-correction than conjunctions +1 vote, asked Jan 24 '16 by Ravi Jaiswal
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Please check grammer
My name is Nicole Conditt, and I veteran of the great city of Arlington, TX. I moved from Arlington to ...
+1 vote, asked Jan 24 '16 by Nicole Conditt
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To use Grammarly I need to be typing an e-mail
How can I use Grammarly with a word processor, say NeoOffice Writer or Page from Apple? Grammarly does not show ...
Interface 0 votes, asked Jan 24 '16 by elizabeth
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Plural or not?
In the following phrase: "...bold and effective ideas that lead change and drive transformation" Should it be "change" and "transformation", ...
+1 vote, asked Jan 24 '16 by Pei Xuan Sim
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Prepositions
Facilitated working sessions will be key to enable strategic insights and to prioritize execution on high impact initiatives In this ...
+2 votes, asked Jan 23 '16 by Dushan Kaha
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Correct the sentence below
Jill ask Lewis for a pencil he gaved the pencil from his desk to her
+1 vote, asked Jan 23 '16 by Sheila
2 answers
is following statement right?
You also go to sleep.
0 votes, asked Jan 23 '16 by archie
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Subordinating Conjunction Queries
I get a bit confused as to what makes a subordinate conjunction. As I am always very weary of making ...
Subordinate conjunctions +1 vote, asked Jan 23 '16 by Joseph
1 answer
sentence structure
There were speech competition in my school,
0 votes, asked Jan 23 '16 by noreen
1 answer
a question about "with"
what of the following sentences is correct and what is not " grammarly " ? with civil engineer , we ...
with a the civil engineering +1 vote, asked Jan 23 '16 by Ahmad Sweed
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Past Simple Or Present Perfect
Hello! I can't figure out why, in the phrase below, the bold expression is not using the Present Perfect Tense. ...
+2 votes, asked Jan 23 '16 by Andrei Bogdan
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the box of chocolates are very expensive
she is a genius isnt it
+1 vote, asked Jan 23 '16 by sreejith
1 answer
the box of chocolates are very expensive
the box of chocolates are very expensive
+2 votes, asked Jan 23 '16 by sreejith
1 answer
Change the following sentences in to negative form:-
(i) I am grateful to you. (ii) He could kill the lion. (iii) His mother is baking a cake. (iv) ...
sara +1 vote, asked Jan 23 '16 by Sarmad Khan Barki
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Conditional Sentence
1. If I were you, I would do it. (Imaginary) 2. If I were you, I would have done it. ...
+3 votes, asked Jan 23 '16 by Z. A. Jazley
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Retrieve work
How can i pull up past work that has been edited?
0 votes, asked Jan 23 '16 by April
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Grammar
Find the mistake and correct it in the following sentence:-Choose a book and agree on which one would you prefer ...
grammarcorrection +1 vote, asked Jan 23 '16 by Tamam
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This is in reference to the thesis
Why is my text plagiarised in grammarly even after inserting double quotes?
0 votes, asked Jan 23 '16 by varun
1 answer
Use of correct English or Technical Term - who wins?
I work as a CRM administrator/analyst/developer with one co-worker who does the same job. He has a few years on ...
+2 votes, asked Jan 22 '16 by Karen Spence
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