Questions

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Choose between: Ever-No Sooner-Hardly-Never
....would we see that beautiful cottage again
+1 vote, asked Mar 22 by Muhammad Elhalawany
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What do you think about the following sentence?
I want to use "Thank you for considering my quetion." on a certain Q&A board where I can't reply to ...
0 votes, asked Mar 22 by Yokozawa
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correct my sentence
They have asked me to be going to there house everyday
0 votes, asked Mar 22 by Isaac Siloh
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Conjuctions
She is very tired give her a cup of coffee ......... tea
0 votes, asked Mar 22 by Roshan Tiwari
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Difference in both sentence
1).I respect you 2).I do respect you
0 votes, asked Mar 22 by Sandeep
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Possitive form
December is one of the coolest months of the year.
0 votes, asked Mar 22 by Madhusoodan
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Choose a word a. Should b. Be c. About d. Refusal
Sonia should be known about his refusal to cooperate
0 votes, asked Mar 22 by Kushankar konwar
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Articles
The cyclop was ........ one eyed monster
0 votes, asked Mar 22 by Madhusoodan
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Question tag
All the interties attended the party.
0 votes, asked Mar 22 by Madhusoodan
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Change active into passive
1. One should keep their promises. 2. A strong wind blew off her hat.
0 votes, asked Mar 22 by Ishu123
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Adverb examples
I have heard many different answers to these types of questions. In these examples, what modifies what?1. "I ran to ...
0 votes, asked Mar 22 by Dan
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Complement
In this situation, is the phrase at all an adverb modifying tired or an adjective complement with tired. "I am ...
0 votes, edited Mar 22 by Dan
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fallacies
Graduate Student: Dr. Patterson did you see what Richard Rorty said about Bertrand Russell in his review of Russell’s philosophy? ...
0 votes, asked Mar 22 by Tithi Patel
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Active o passive voice
samsuddin helped me to earn my first wages
0 votes, asked Mar 22 by Rabiya Basri
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When to use "to"
"I'm getting him to fix it." vs. "I'm letting him fix it." Why does the first sentence require TO but ...
0 votes, asked Mar 22 by Meagan
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shall we go for movie to night
is it suggestion or offer
0 votes, asked Mar 22 by gayatri
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the good was delivered
the good was delivered.
0 votes, asked Mar 21 by Ada Nieckolson
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Does this synonym make sense in this sentence?
The original sentence was: The temperature is becoming unusually warm. However, I replaced unusually with abnormally. Now the sentence reads: ...
0 votes, asked Mar 21 by Izzyy
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I wang to know the correct answer
You were amazing on the series "little things"? Is it correct
0 votes, asked Mar 21 by Ina nyori
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Need American English, NOT British English
I have requested American English as my chosen language in my profile preferences. However, I keep getting British English corrections. ...
0 votes, asked Mar 21 by Julie Blade
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Just this one more (passive into active voice)
The hamburger is the most eaten food in the whole world. Is this correct? People from the whole world are ...
+3 votes, asked Mar 21 by Tomislav Laketić
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Late response/delayed response
When responding days later to someone's text message is it correct to say "sorry for the late response or delayed ...
0 votes, asked Mar 21 by Colleen Forbes
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Passive into active voice
The first hamburgers were made and sold in Connecticut in 1895 by an American called Louis Lassen.
0 votes, asked Mar 21 by Tomislav Laketić
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rewrite passive into active voice
Louis called them hamburgers because he was given the recipe by sailors from Hambourg in Germany.
0 votes, asked Mar 21 by Tomislav Laketić
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Is this active voice?
Hamburgers became a favourite meal in America in the early part of the twentieth century.
+1 vote, asked Mar 21 by Tomislav Laketić
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Passive into active voice
Their popularity grew even more after the second world war, when they were bought in large quantities by teenagers who ...
0 votes, asked Mar 21 by Tomislav Laketić
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Usage of "my sort of".
Is it correct to write "It's for my sort of convenience​."? Or should it be "It's my sort of convenience"? ...
0 votes, asked Mar 21 by aditya kushwaha
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Which of these two is correct?
Were he my son, he wouldn't have been allowed to travel by himself. Is it correct? or Had he been ...
0 votes, asked Mar 21 by heloisa lobo
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if I don't get it before Friday
if I don't get it before Friday
0 votes, asked Mar 21 by Woshini Manoj
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How to converte sentence from passive into active voice?
In 1948 two brothers Dick and Mac Donald opened a drive-in hamburger restaurant in San Bernandino, California.
+1 vote, asked Mar 21 by Tomislav Laketić
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