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Usage of acute
Can a person be acute?
0 votes, asked May 26 '15 by Kim
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Which sentence is correct?
'Try slowing your speech down a little' or 'Try slowing down your speech a little'.
Word position order Sentence +3 votes, asked May 25 '15 by Steve
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Is this sentence ambiguous
As the chapter unfolds, it will explore changes within the South African legal system to assist children in giving reliable ...
ambiguity 0 votes, asked May 25 '15 by Sharon Miltiadou
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adverb recognition
He will go to murree in _summer vacations_ . So if only summer vacations is underlined what will it be? ...
0 votes, edited May 26 '15 by shaheer
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Conditional sentences.
https://www.ego4u.com/en/cram-up/grammar/conditional-sentences/exceptions/exercises?05 Notice the first and the second examples. 1. It didn't rain yesterday. So I had to water the plants ...
conditional +1 vote, edited May 26 '15 by Deep
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Using comma before and.
The rule concerning using comma before and when both clauses are independant around it, is it mandatory? Is it used ...
comma and punctuation 0 votes, asked May 25 '15 by Deep
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Comma usage before and.
I ate the sandwich, and paid the bill. Should there be a comma before the and? Aren't I ate sandwich ...
comma and punctuation 0 votes, asked May 25 '15 by Deep
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Is the sentence grammatically correct?
the childhood which is not get back. Is the sentence grammatically correct?
0 votes, asked May 25 '15 by neenu jain
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contraction Usage
Dear Guys, HelloCan we use Mary's hungry instead of Mary is hungry?Thank you.
contraction 0 votes, asked May 25 '15 by Erfan
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Capitalizing titles
"I bestow upon you the title of chevalier." vs. "I bestow upon you the title of Chevalier." When a name ...
capitalization title-naming Titles title +1 vote, asked May 24 '15 by Duke
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I would rather you
In the following sentences, is the highlighted verb the object or the subject (of the new clause) e.g. "I wish ...
+1 vote, asked May 24 '15 by Nead
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teaching Past Simple - regular verbs
Should the form for the Past Simple be: 'subject + verb+ed'; or 'subject + base form (of verb)+ed'?
0 votes, asked May 24 '15 by Nead
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notice
Can you tell me the exact format of notice
0 votes, asked May 24 '15 by Melvin Jiju
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About the verbs
How can I use to "would" to answer in interview. I have left my job beacuse that was not related ...
0 votes, asked May 24 '15 by Paras Rathod
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my que. is about to change the voice of the following sentance given below.
"change the voice"
0 votes, asked May 24 '15 by yagnik
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Ellipses in fiction
Hi, I'm pretty confused about the proper way to format an ellipsis in fiction writing. I know it's largely a ...
ellipses fiction dialogue ellipsis punctuation +1 vote, asked May 24 '15 by Matthew Bryan
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Is this correct?
"Brazilian student interning at a law firm for the summer"
+1 vote, asked May 24 '15 by brostvarta
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word choice
Do you say "Nobody wanted it but him and me or he and I?"
+2 votes, asked May 24 '15 by mary ellen elliott
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Is this sentence correct? “You know what did i send to you, right?”
Is it correct to say the following? You know what did i send to you, right?
grammar 0 votes, asked May 23 '15 by Ondra Válek
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Present or Past?
In this sentence: "It might be relaxing if you read a book" - why is the verb 'read' in past ...
making suggestions 0 votes, edited May 23 '15 by Veronica
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difference between two styles of sentences.
I have got two sentences : 1) I don't know where is her office. 2) I don't know where her ...
+1 vote, asked May 23 '15 by Muhammad Kamil
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present simple for general fact
Dear sir, I want to know why the Author RONALD CARTER is used the word "when" in his English Grammar ...
0 votes, asked May 23 '15 by sridhar
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about noun
Is ringing a concrete noun?
+1 vote, asked May 23 '15 by shilpa
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"Why are you" or "why you are"
Hi, I would like to ask, for example, if someone has bought something from eBay and resell it in a ...
question why 0 votes, asked May 23 '15 by Osul
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in my current role, i can demonstrate this by
I am writing a selection criteria where i need to demonstrate my abilities , how can i reword this so ...
rewording grammer Sentence Structure +1 vote, asked May 23 '15 by larissa
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Please guide me how to use an expression in this particular scenario?
Lets suppose you are having a very bad day .you got fined,you lost your wallet ,your car broke.when you get ...
+1 vote, asked May 23 '15 by ahmed
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Use of 'are'.
Sometimes the same words used separately, and the meaning is entirely different than if the words are hyphenated. Where is ...
auxiliary verb 0 votes, asked May 23 '15 by Deep
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Definition of 'is to'.
He is to do it. What does is to mean? Is it the same as to intend to? What is ...
is to +1 vote, asked May 23 '15 by Deep
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Servicing vs serving
I frequently see agencies advertising their servicies to clients,which are usually within a certain niche of industry, using the verb ...
Usage 0 votes, asked May 23 '15 by A L
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Grammarly disappeared from my computer
My computer recently made some updates and Grammarly completely disappeared. How do I get it back onto my computer? I ...
0 votes, asked May 23 '15 by Sondra Smith
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