1 answer
First conditional
Hello there! Does the "first conditional" always imply that "the thing mentioned is very likely to happen"? Consider these examples: ...
if-conditional 0 votes, edited Jul 03 '15 by Abdul Quadir
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Finding error
Although Sarah studies all week for her exam, she scored liwer than she hoped.Can you tell what is the mistake ...
errors 0 votes, asked Jul 03 '15 by Gina Lanuzo
1 answer
Explain the difference between the words" counselling and consultant?
0 votes, asked Jul 03 '15 by Sanjay
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The use of the word 'housebound'
Please help me to use that word correctly in English. Is it okay to say 'I am housebound or I ...
0 votes, asked Jul 03 '15 by pink ashey
2 answers
The use of past tenses
Hy everybody. The tenses in English drive me really crazy from time to time. Please help me with the next ...
pastsimple pastperfect 0 votes, asked Jul 03 '15 by Anastasia Paslavskaya
1 answer
What is the plural of Socrates? "They are sat around like a collection of Socrates."
Plurals 0 votes, asked Jul 03 '15 by Tony Prost
1 answer
Is this sentence right?
Moreover, he heard a couple of thefts last night near their neighborhood.
0 votes, asked Jul 03 '15 by Miss Ecah
2 answers
Meaning of this sentence
What does this sentence mean? He died a young man. Does it mean "He was young when he died"? Also, ...
meaning died 0 votes, asked Jul 03 '15 by Abdul Quadir
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subject verb agreement
Reading is fundamental. Books are fundamental. Which combined sentence is correct? Reading books is fundamental. or Reading books are fundamental.
subject-verb agreement 0 votes, asked Jul 02 '15 by Jason Woods
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Capitalization of Grand Marshal
In the context of a race, would the words "Grand Marshal" be capitalized? Would it depend on whether or not ...
capitalization 0 votes, asked Jul 02 '15 by Al Guien
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One who is diagnosed
Looking for the correct way to reference "a person who was diagnosed with xyx" in a more concise manor. I ...
0 votes, asked Jul 02 '15 by Tyler Durden
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can i say the sentence in diffrent way
Hyundai / Kia, Isuzu and Nissan continue to put pressure on ALJ’s market position
pressure 0 votes, asked Jul 02 '15 by Krasimirov
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Use of present perfect and adjective.
We can ask a question : Have you played ......... ? Is it correct to ask : Have you intersted.... ...
interest interested present perfect adjective +1 vote, asked Jul 02 '15 by Mukund Chaskar
1 answer
Can i write the following simi formally between me and a company representative : Dear Mr. X , My apologies ...
email grammarcorrection phrases work 0 votes, asked Jul 02 '15 by Ahmed
0 answers
As per the SOW, we need 1 EBS developer and we have already extended an offer to Nalini and she will
Is it a right sentence?
0 votes, asked Jul 02 '15 by Raj
1 answer
'Is' or 'Are' in this sentence?
I know lots of similar questions have already been asked but I can't find an answer that applies to my ...
+1 vote, asked Jul 02 '15 by Philip Roberts
1 answer
Function of a phrase in the following sentence.
In following sentence, what part of speech is the phrase "one night"? One night, she drank an entire bottle of ...
0 votes, asked Jul 02 '15 by carol.stroberg
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Odd pronounciation of the sound "r" in the words where letter "r" is absent in the U.S English
Hello there ! Once upon a time I've come to bat when I was listening a speech of Steve Jobs ...
0 votes, asked Jul 02 '15 by Vadim
2 answers
What is a polite way to address to a strange (unknown) woman ?
Hello ! It seems on the last week I've noticed watching news on TV the U.S Supreme Court affirmed constitutionality ...
+1 vote, asked Jul 02 '15 by Vadim
1 answer
Their color is different. Their colors are different.
Which one is correct? "Their color is different" or "Their colors are different." The example is comparing two things i.e. ...
is are different comparison 0 votes, asked Jul 02 '15 by William
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Active Noun
Mission: If the "mission" building is a noun and going on a "mission" are both nouns, is one an active ...
0 votes, asked Jul 02 '15 by John Dolan
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I want to hve this sentence changed in negative semtence
Please answer this.(QUESTION BELOW) 1.Empty vessels make the most noise. Thank You
+1 vote, asked Jul 02 '15 by Yash Singh
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difference in meaning
Do these two sentences differ in meaning? I don't remember her birthday. I don't remember when her birthday is. This ...
meaning Birthday 0 votes, edited Jul 02 '15 by Abdul Quadir
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Punctuation with semi colon and a quotation
When writing in American style, can I put a semi-colon that was not part of the original quote before the ...
semi-colon quotation punctuation 0 votes, asked Jul 01 '15 by Mary Reinhardt
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were married
What does the following sentence mean? They were married for 20 years. Does it mean "they are no longer married", ...
pastsimple meaning 0 votes, edited Jul 01 '15 by Abdul Quadir
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what question
Passage: Minjae sees a boy. The boy is holding something.~ Test question: What is the boy holding?Our teacher's answer: He ...
0 votes, asked Jul 01 '15 by maria kim
0 answers
change to indirect speech
he said,"how could such a man be a teacher?"
0 votes, asked Jul 01 '15 by som hansda
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as adjective a noun
I've come across the sentence "The sentiments expressed in the tweets regarding political issues can be as accurate a measure ...
0 votes, asked Jul 01 '15 by Ingon Yoo
0 answers
unable to connect to grammarly
unable to connect
0 votes, asked Jul 01 '15 by Barbara Vaughn
3 answers
Combine each pair of sentences into one sentence without creating a comma splice or a run-on sentenc
1. I once worked as a switchboard operator. However, after a week I was fired for hopeless incompetence. 2. The ...
+2 votes, asked Jun 30 '15 by Jack
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