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Mary wrote her friend a long letter yesterday.
Is it correct if i write it in negative form as its follow? Mary does nt write a long letter ...
0 votes, asked Mar 06 '15 by helena tangeni taati nangombe
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Plagerisim
plagerisim section of Grammarly gives not indication that it is working.
0 votes, asked Mar 06 '15 by Norm Talsoe
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Brushed-nickel finish vs brushed nickel finish
I desperately want to hyphenate brushed nickel when used before a noun, but research is showing me that I'm alone. ...
hyphenation 0 votes, asked Mar 06 '15 by CCFlynnski
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Few; A Few?
Which sentence is correct? I have achieved a few awards. (or) I have achieved few awards.
0 votes, asked Mar 06 '15 by Mariyum Kauser
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you and Mrs. Watts or Mrs. Watts and you?
Which is the correct way to write this phrase in an email?
0 votes, asked Mar 06 '15 by Jennifer
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"was" or "were" when using "et al."
Would I use "was" or "were" if I wanted to say, "Smith et al. (was or were) thorough in their ...
0 votes, asked Mar 06 '15 by Kathy Shantz
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Usage questions
Hi, I'm from South Korea and I took a sample test of a standardized English test in S.Korea. Below I ...
Usage 0 votes, asked Mar 06 '15 by Seok-Jun Kim
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how to make more money thy doing less hours
how to make more monery whey working less hours Hi I am working as kitchen potter in a red limo ...
0 votes, asked Mar 06 '15 by Martin Green
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Comma Help!!!! please
in the following sentence do I need a comma? While walking my my dog to day I saw a woman ...
comma urgent 0 votes, asked Mar 06 '15 by Brandon Moore
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The effect of the article before a noun
Hi, I have a question about the article. To start with, did I write my question title grammatically correct?(haha) I ...
Articles 0 votes, edited Mar 06 '15 by Seok-Jun Kim
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INTRODUCTION: A. Significance of the study Most controversy has been encountered about thi
INTRODUCTION: A. Significance of the study Most controversy has been encountered about this upsetting emotion, which is loneliness. All person ...
0 votes, asked Mar 06 '15 by MChester XD
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sorry for being whatever you dont like
Is this correct sentence
0 votes, asked Mar 06 '15 by honey
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The Naming of Diseases
As a health care worker, I don't understand why certain diseases have their particular ending. For instance; Parkinson's disease, Lyme ...
plural posssessive 0 votes, asked Mar 06 '15 by 7Song
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Get to inf vs. get ~ing
Hi, there I was wondering if there are any differences in meaning between the sentences; "I couldn't get the car ...
Usage of get 0 votes, asked Mar 06 '15 by Oodo
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grammer
Is it correct to say, I saw that one of the teachers had brought his bicycle to the schooll
0 votes, asked Mar 06 '15 by Alfred Bumira
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Rewrite beginning with 'I was sure....'
The man-eater was on the rock, of that I was sure.
0 votes, edited Mar 06 '15 by Nimish Nandurkar
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Does this sentence make sense and is it grammatically correct?
"No matter how hard you had studied back then, you would have not got a good score." Or "No matter ...
grammar Usage 0 votes, asked Mar 05 '15 by scott
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correct way...heres to a new life or heres' to a new life
Is the phrasing ...Heres to a new life..... correct?
0 votes, asked Mar 05 '15 by PJ
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Begin the sentence with "Have you...."
Begin the following sentence with "Have you" :- Has Alia written to you?
Sentence begin written Has have 0 votes, asked Mar 05 '15 by sankaps
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Grammar correction
I need correct sentences. A) I don't know which one is correct.B) I don't know which one correct is.----------------------------------------C) But ...
0 votes, asked Mar 05 '15 by Hamed
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Phrasing
Is it correct to say "it may not seem it", or should it read "it may not seem like it"?
Sentence 0 votes, asked Mar 05 '15 by sharleenhanson
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What does this sentence imply
do you need to tape these boxes
0 votes, asked Mar 05 '15 by Bill
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Does this sentence need a comma?
Josie's grandfather is a plumber, and so is her mother.
comma 0 votes, asked Mar 04 '15 by Julie
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Could you please correct this senteces for me ?
1) Changing neighbourhood made me and my brother change school as well. ( I want to say that after we ...
0 votes, asked Mar 04 '15 by Gretel Winchester Skywalker
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judging from, judging by, going by
Ok, I'm kind of pedantic. But which sounds better? I am tending towards "going by" because it sounds more direct. ...
0 votes, asked Mar 04 '15 by Mathias Herrmann
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Comma usage and inverted word order.
In the following sentence, is the comma placed correctly? Resting will prove hard for you, being a busybody.
comma Invertedwordorder 0 votes, asked Mar 04 '15 by Alexis
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Usage questions
Hi, I'm from South Korea and I took a sample test of a standardized English test in S.Korea. Below I ...
Usage 0 votes, asked Mar 04 '15 by Seok-Jun Kim
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Parts of speech
When I say,'She is bias in selecting students for such competitions',here I would like to know whether the word 'Bias' ...
0 votes, asked Mar 04 '15 by Mrigna
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Passive
When do you expect the document to be issued? Is it correct to say: When do you expect the document ...
0 votes, asked Mar 04 '15 by Ema Kis
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change into interrogative
these musicians only perform at public functions.
0 votes, asked Mar 04 '15 by bindu
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