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Resume Wording-Suggestion Needed
I need help rewording my sentence on my resume because Grammarly says I am confusing modifiers. I appreciate suggestions. Currently ...
0 votes, asked Nov 09 '13 by Mandy Williams
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Grammer
This data breach appears See example: It appears that in this case, data loss disclosure requirements, credit freeze laws, data ...
0 votes, asked Nov 09 '13 by Christine
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Subject/Verb: Grammarly says this should be "are", not is. If life OK or should this be "lives?"
All the while, God’s providence is at work, bringing about His will for our life and His glory.
0 votes, asked Nov 09 '13 by Susan
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Punctuation error? Need solution please!
Sarah spoke about her goal; to compete in the Ironman Triathlon in Hawaii. See example: Sarah spoke about her goal; ...
0 votes, asked Nov 09 '13 by Jean So
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do I use
the news media is or are....... See example: The news media is sparking the public's fear.
0 votes, asked Nov 09 '13 by Bill Porter
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misused of subordinate clauses
can any one explained why this is wrong and how to apply it correctly See example: In addition, despite the ...
0 votes, asked Nov 08 '13 by erika mejia
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Sentence
Can I write “Its color is brown” when writing about animals? Or “Its brown in color”?
gramar Sentence 0 votes, asked Nov 08 '13 by Nav
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direct object and possessive pronoun
In the sentence Please leave your papers on your desk. Is "your" part of the direct object?
0 votes, asked Nov 08 '13 by sali
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helping verb confusion
For the sentence Can you try to see things my way? What is the main verb of the sentence? "Try" ...
transitive intransitive direct object 0 votes, asked Nov 08 '13 by sali
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"to be" + gerund
In the sentence The car is still running, but is in bad condition. What would be considered the verb of ...
gerund objective complement +2 votes, asked Nov 08 '13 by sali
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transitive verb "to run"
For the sentence Sara runs three miles a day. What is "three miles a day" in this sentence? Is "three ...
verb +1 vote, asked Nov 08 '13 by sali
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objective complement
If a sentence includes and objective complement is the verb of the sentence always going to be transitive? Is there ...
0 votes, asked Nov 08 '13 by sali
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the verb: to render
Are the following sentences correct? The car was rendered useless after the accident. She rendered the car useless with her ...
0 votes, asked Nov 08 '13 by sali
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English use
Can you say: "He demonstrated functional ranges of movement in all joints"? I would have said "He demonstrated a functional ...
0 votes, asked Nov 08 '13 by Linnaea Burger
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my paper
how long is my work going to take See example: After escaping the war she meet a man who happens ...
0 votes, asked Nov 08 '13 by florence valentine
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Passive Voice
(1) All BusComm employees will receive an “appreciation” vacation day in 2013. (2) Your leaders have made a decision to ...
0 votes, asked Nov 08 '13 by zach myas
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comparing
whats wrong with this sentence See example: Just as Helen and Jane's friendship has grown stronger Helen dies young and ...
0 votes, asked Nov 08 '13 by elizabeth smith
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billing
I was billed for a $77 charge and a $139 charge. Can someone look into this and erase the $139? ...
0 votes, asked Nov 07 '13 by Joan Childs
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I want to know if my sentence makes sense.
She waved her hair at me. I mean by the sentence that she used her hand to sway her hair ...
Sentence Word-choice help Style +1 vote, asked Nov 07 '13 by user22
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Is the question below grammmticaly correct
I have used cash registers in the past.
0 votes, asked Nov 07 '13 by ann sprague
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"fill in" or "fill out"?
When I say complete a form, should I use "fill in" or "fill out"? Thank you!
0 votes, asked Nov 07 '13 by Qiaoshang
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Usage of word
The usage of the word "render" seems very complicated to me. How to grasp the essence of its use in ...
0 votes, asked Nov 07 '13 by jianbin jin
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I'm delighted to have seen Grammarny.
What are mean?
0 votes, asked Nov 07 '13 by myintzawoo
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Which one is correct?
1. Kelly and me will go out for dinner this Friday. 2. I and Kelly will go out for dinner ...
-2 votes, asked Nov 07 '13 by Paula Lui
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according to or depending on the probability?
Hello everyone. I asked the same thing before, but I am confusing again the usage of according to, and depending ...
-1 votes, asked Nov 07 '13 by Korphy
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how can I make this active voice
I believe the work that was turned in is deserving of an A See example: The particular assignment, due last ...
0 votes, asked Nov 07 '13 by Roberta Gott
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shifts in verb tense
Why this didn't pick up my grammar usage?
0 votes, asked Nov 07 '13 by Sameerah Drinkard
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Do I need an article?
...make better life choices. Grammerly suggested ...make a better life choices. See example: Ex-offenders who are able to assimilate into ...
0 votes, asked Nov 06 '13 by Loren Gilbert-Smith
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Correction
What is the correct sentence See example: Although ROE is a good indication of profitability, the return of assets (ROA) ...
0 votes, asked Nov 06 '13 by Oye Balogun
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help
what is wrong with this sentence See example: Before you start this process you want to make sure you have ...
0 votes, asked Nov 06 '13 by Wendy LeBlanc
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