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0 votes, asked Jun 14 '14 by Admirim
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Please correct.
wonderful effort, Alex, keep up the good work!
when to include a comma 0 votes, asked Jun 14 '14 by Laurel Donaldson
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Grammarly stated that I have a noun problem
The research design is a method, I cannot separate them. Thank you,
0 votes, asked Jun 14 '14 by Gertha Lusby
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comparative and superlative adjectives
Hi , I'm a little bit confused about when can i use comparative and superlative adjectives? Example : 1.Alex was ...
0 votes, asked Jun 13 '14 by zY
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Can I make these sentences sound better.
After Hayden had left, Peter spent the rest of the afternoon swimming and phoning Arianna. Lazing around the pool, he ...
improve 0 votes, asked Jun 13 '14 by Sharon Miltiadou
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What is/are the mistake/s in this phrase ?
The phrase is "Nasser Lake, one of the largest man-made lake, is approximately 310 miles in length" I see that ...
0 votes, asked Jun 13 '14 by Hamada Abdelsalam
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About Vocabulary - Can I say distinguish?
Hi! There is a sentence 'It's hard to choose the best friend'. Can I say 'It's hard to distinguish the ...
vocabulary Synonym synonyms 0 votes, asked Jun 13 '14 by Alexandra Karavaeva
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I and We
When writing an email and you start off with I e.g. I will do this, I am sorry. In the ...
0 votes, asked Jun 13 '14 by Mairead MacKenzie
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Narrator in fiction using here or there, these or those
Hi, I'm writing a short story (fiction) and i'm a little bit confused. I'm writing third person, past tense. Should ...
here there past tense narrator 0 votes, asked Jun 13 '14 by Angelos Kuklinski
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i want right sentence
Again, I want to sympathize with you on the loss of your husband. See example: Again, I want to sympathize ...
0 votes, asked Jun 13 '14 by folorunso
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Subject-verb agreement
A colleague gave this explanation: The choice of a plural or singular verb is determined by the form taken by ...
subject-verb +1 vote, edited Jun 13 '14 by Joyce F
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Is or Are?
Throughout the play, more and more information is revealed about the characters. is or are?
is are problem question 0 votes, asked Jun 13 '14 by Ting Lai
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'Reason not to' or 'Reason to not'?
Hello! Could someone please explain the difference to me between these two wordings(?), if there is any? And if, or ...
0 votes, asked Jun 12 '14 by Em
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Using multiple instances of identical pronouns in a sentence
"If you are a solicitor, this is not permitted in this building." I routinely see the above text printed on ...
0 votes, asked Jun 12 '14 by Dreb
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Quotes and Periods
EXAMPLE: Toledo is still considered the "perfect small town." When quotation marks are used, only at the end of a ...
0 votes, edited Jun 12 '14 by Susan Warner
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'have yet to do it' and 'have not yet done it'
I think that the two phrases 'have yet to do it' and 'have not yet done it' are interchangeable for ...
0 votes, asked Jun 12 '14 by Hans
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Had/had had??
He____a shower yesterday before he went to bed.Had or had had?
help grammar had english 0 votes, asked Jun 12 '14 by Niz
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use of apostrohe
Which apostrophe is correct: She went to live at Aunty Bayez' house and drove Aunty Bayez' car.
0 votes, asked Jun 12 '14 by Anthony Farrington
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Is this sentence correct?
Adrian Cola Rienzi born Krishna Deonarine changed his name because the name "Cola Rienzi" was that of a 14th century ...
grammatically correct or incorrect 0 votes, asked Jun 12 '14 by Happy
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Should I have "the" in "Due to the limited space" and "This event is open to the public"?
Hi all, I've seen sentences with or without the "the". The sentences are: "Due to the limited space, participants are ...
the 0 votes, asked Jun 11 '14 by Julia
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passive voice
How do I write in the active voice when making the following statement.? See example: Sleep disturbance among patients in ...
0 votes, asked Jun 11 '14 by Joetta
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Can you split set up?
Can you split the verb set up? EG: Set the game up. VS Set up the game.
0 votes, asked Jun 11 '14 by Aklove
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determiner
Nancy has a fever today. Nancy has the fever today. Single countable nouns alwayas require a determiner, but fever cannot ...
0 votes, asked Jun 11 '14 by grammer is hard
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Article
What should we use- a "emoticons knowledge" or an "emoticons knowledge" ?
0 votes, asked Jun 11 '14 by Ruhi Sinha
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article
where and where not to use articles the, a, an.
-1 votes, asked Jun 11 '14 by deborah
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when do you see films
When do you see films
when do you see films 0 votes, asked Jun 11 '14 by manoj sharma
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Illogical comparative
Hello grammarly answers, I have a little problem of understanding how to pick the preposition of "at" ,"of" or "in" ...
0 votes, asked Jun 11 '14 by Malianto Salim
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In preparation for our meeting vs In preparing for our meeting
Hello, Recently I sent an email to my professor for an upcoming meeting we had. I started my email with ...
preparing preparation 0 votes, asked Jun 10 '14 by Joshua A Henderson
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My account
I have noted you have been taking money from my account can you please pay back all my monies. I ...
0 votes, asked Jun 10 '14 by SEHLULE HUBBARD
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Okay to use "and" instead of commas in list (fiction)
I'm wondering if it is okay to use "and" multiple times in a list with no commas. Such as: The ...
0 votes, asked Jun 10 '14 by Michael Priebe
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