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"I dreamt that I had understood" vs "I dreamt I understood"
Which is grammatically correct: "I dreamt that I had understood how to write my essay," or, "I dreamt I understood ...
past-participle grammar had that 0 votes, asked Mar 18 '16 by Kaitlin
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capitalization
In the sentence "Our society has given up face-to-face interactions for impersonal intimacy, which is one of the forms of ...
capitalization-grammar 0 votes, asked Mar 18 '16 by Cambria Waters
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Passive voice
I have a book
0 votes, asked Mar 18 '16 by skrishan28@gmail.com
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contrary to fact
Hi dear My question about a sentence made me confused in contrary to fact though I'm understand this topic(( you---- ...
+1 vote, asked Mar 18 '16 by weeshy
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grammar
is this sentence is correct: my dress is getting washed by the rain
0 votes, asked Mar 18 '16 by debi
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Correct usage of the plural form of months
Is the following correct plural usage for the word "months?" "...in the previous months earnings."
0 votes, asked Mar 18 '16 by Bill Friberg
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Active vs. Passive Voice
How would I change, "The causes of animal cruelty are inflicted by humans." into a active voice instead of passive?
0 votes, asked Mar 18 '16 by amanda
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Which sentence is grammatically correct?
....the Organization which employs me... OR ....the Organization that employs me...
0 votes, asked Mar 18 '16 by Michelle
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punctuation
can we use and in this sdentence and how can the ponctuation be? :I wash the dishes and dry the ...
0 votes, asked Mar 18 '16 by debi
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the
Is this sentence correct: feel the radiation of the Sun.
the 0 votes, asked Mar 18 '16 by debi
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WHICH IS CORRECT IN GRAMMAR ?
Which is correct in grammar for the following sentences. I have confidence to pass the exam. I have confidence in ...
0 votes, asked Mar 18 '16 by Phu
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Application
This to inform you that I am having trouble due to water falling from hanging wet clothes of Flat No. ...
0 votes, asked Mar 18 '16 by Rahul Karnik
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tomorrow
is it tomorrow
-1 votes, asked Mar 18 '16 by a123a
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Conjunction
is this sentence correct gramaticaly ?While the sea washes the sands, the Sun sines in the sky.
Conjunction 0 votes, asked Mar 18 '16 by debi
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conjunction
is this correct gramaticaly? As the birds fly in the sky, the cat hides her kitten.
Conjunction 0 votes, asked Mar 18 '16 by debi
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Does this sound correct grammatically?
Can you please let me know if this sounds correct grammatically? You are among those very few people who have ...
0 votes, asked Mar 18 '16 by Mustafa Ghotawala
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Prepositional phrases
Hi, Is for shoes in this sentence, Then I looked under the bed for a glimpse of the shoes he ...
0 votes, asked Mar 17 '16 by Jodi Bajko
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Should there be a comma before "or"?
Should there be a comma before "or"? Or should they be two completely independent sentences? "Do you create and generate ...
comma 0 votes, asked Mar 17 '16 by Stacey
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Letter Salutation
Do you use a comma or a colon in your salutation to a letter? For example: Dear Sycamore Families: or ...
0 votes, asked Mar 17 '16 by Chris Beech
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Which word is the correct choice for this sentence?
Which is correct? I am open with my feelings. I am open about my feelings.
0 votes, asked Mar 17 '16 by missmakerofmelodies
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"Well or Good?"
Hello: When saying "I hope your day is going well or good"? Which is correct?
+1 vote, asked Mar 17 '16 by Tiffany L White
3 answers
Capitalization - Good afternoon VS Good Afternoon
Should the word afternoon be capitalize in professional email settings? Good afternoon VS. Good Afternoon. Which one is grammatically correct?
+2 votes, asked Mar 17 '16 by Nick
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Does this work on Office for Mac?
Does this work on Office for Mac?
0 votes, asked Mar 17 '16 by Mark
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Google Docs Integration
As a long-term user of the free version and a new user of the premium service, I am enquiring about ...
0 votes, asked Mar 17 '16 by Steven Ellis
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which sentences is correct?
Dennis:What have they done? Lily: I see they have crashed the car. / I saw they have crased the car ...
0 votes, asked Mar 17 '16 by wendy
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I need to know if this sentencs is correct!!!
Hey guys, I was wondering if you could help me with one sentence! I am not native speaker, so I ...
0 votes, asked Mar 17 '16 by kikarakik
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grammar
the area is always in dangr of flooding by the river.
0 votes, asked Mar 17 '16 by akram
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Is it correct grammar?
"How come do u want to know my number?" 1 of my korean friend asked me this. Well, is it ...
Aski +1 vote, asked Mar 17 '16 by Terry90
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Uncountable/Countable noun?
Hi! I was wondering whether the noun "Price" is uncountable och countable in English? Best regards, Matilda
noun price Uncountable countable +1 vote, asked Mar 17 '16 by Matilda Österberg
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Is this clause correct?
"A ninety square meter house in the village..." By "ninety square meter", I'm trying to say that the house occupies ...
0 votes, asked Mar 17 '16 by Lin Yulong
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