1 answer
Everybody is for himself himself sounds weird what should i use is it right or wrong
0 votes, asked Aug 03 '15 by jea fatima
1 answer
I want to know if there are grammar mistake and if the paragraph flows or not
Seeing the redwoods this week reminded that one day I could be apart of impacting the future of places like ...
0 votes, asked Aug 03 '15 by Kiana Moore
1 answer
sentence framing
What is wrong with the sentence? How can it be framed better? "Sign in to the link-"
0 votes, asked Aug 03 '15 by Rishi Chaudhary
1 answer
agreement between subject and verb
Does the word "politics" when used as a subject in a sentence take the singular or plural form of a ...
0 votes, asked Aug 03 '15 by Betty
1 answer
Does 'because' precede a comma? Can it be used as an independent sentence?
I am here because he called me. I am here, becuase he called me. Should the because here (or everywhere) ...
0 votes, asked Aug 03 '15 by Deep
1 answer
z vs Z zs vs Zs vs 'z's
'Mentalzzz' has three z on it. 'Mentalzzz' has three Z on it. Mentalzzz' has three zs on it. Mentalzzz' has ...
0 votes, asked Aug 03 '15 by Deep
2 answers
sentence, or fragment
She was. Is a sentence, correct? Or would you say it is a fragment?
0 votes, asked Aug 03 '15 by mgby
1 answer
am/is/are questions
Which one is correct:1- Is your favorite food fish?2- Is fish your favorite food?No. 1 has been written in a ...
0 votes, asked Aug 03 '15 by pvzrsl
1 answer
Incorrect Sentences to correct Sentences
where a budgeted house you can buy
0 votes, asked Aug 03 '15 by Hemin Patel
0 answers
Modifier or hyphen question
Hi I have a quick grammar question(it's for the exam I am currently studying). It would be awesome if you ...
0 votes, asked Aug 02 '15 by suneet
0 answers
Do I need "with"
Which one is correct? 1) It provides people the ability to view.... 2) It provides people with the ability to ...
0 votes, asked Aug 02 '15 by Kalamakai
1 answer
use vs used
Which of these is correct? I am use to running. or I am used to running. Also, How do I ...
+1 vote, asked Aug 02 '15 by Russ Knight
0 answers
what is the narratin ans of this
The hawker said to me DO you need any types of newspaper. please take one:I said , i want an ...
fuck 0 votes, asked Aug 02 '15 by kridoy
1 answer
rewrite removing neither nor
there was neither money nor food in the house
0 votes, asked Aug 02 '15 by Roma Wankhede
0 answers
"as many as" as an emphatic expression
I thought the following two sentences both would make sense, but the latter doesn't, I hear. #1 As many as ...
0 votes, asked Aug 02 '15 by yoshikazu UEHARA
0 answers
Grammar in a cutscene
Hi there. Could you please help me with 3 sentences which I use in my game video. I need to ...
grammar cutscene 0 votes, asked Aug 02 '15 by Tonic
1 answer
Grammatical question
Most of the adjectives have a corresponding-ing form to describe the cause of the feeling,e.g. Astonished-Astonishing. But what is the ...
0 votes, asked Aug 02 '15 by Teti
0 answers
wont work
why cant i get this to work for me
0 votes, asked Aug 02 '15 by rona budenos
0 answers
What is the grammar formula of "wiring details"?
I am looking for exact grammatical instruction which matches with this phrase: "wiring details"!I think this can be considered as ...
0 votes, asked Aug 02 '15 by Fateh
0 answers
Is "come in" a phrasal verb?
Hi, does "come in" act as a phrasal verb in the question: "Can I come in?" or is it just ...
grammar partsofspeech 0 votes, asked Aug 02 '15 by Zoltan King
0 answers
article the
is it correct to say the Crete island or not?
the 0 votes, asked Aug 02 '15 by Razieh
1 answer
English grammar
Sir, I am quite confuse about using the one particular tense which is past perfect tense. I know how to ...
grammar 0 votes, asked Aug 02 '15 by faiz khan
3 answers
Passive voice of sentences without object
What is the passive voice of the following sentence?"John plays nicely."
active-voice passive-voice active passive object -1 votes, asked Aug 02 '15 by Razin Shaikh
0 answers
be going to vs the Present Continuous
Is there any difference between the meanings of the following two sentences, or can we use them interchangeably? I'm going ...
continuous 0 votes, asked Aug 01 '15 by Abdul Quadir
1 answer
Which sentence is correct?
Which sentence is grammatically correct? 12 Bad Habits That Damages Your Health or 12 Bad Habits That Damage Your Health? ...
0 votes, asked Aug 01 '15 by alex
2 answers
Order of Subjects That Include "I."
When writing a sentence with more than one subject, one of which is "I", is it gramatically necessary or just ...
0 votes, asked Aug 01 '15 by Dalek Sec
2 answers
You and me had gone to the market. Is the sentence correct ?
0 votes, asked Aug 01 '15 by Debjoy Ghosh
1 answer
wanna to do this.
Wanna to do this.
0 votes, asked Aug 01 '15 by Teena Samir
1 answer
Hi, is the term "more heavenly" correct? Can I say, "These chocolate cookies are more heavenly than the vanilla ones."?
0 votes, asked Aug 01 '15 by Lynn Lim
1 answer
Use of 'without'
Is this grammatically correct: "Without our soccer captain present..."?
without 0 votes, asked Aug 01 '15 by Marianna
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