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Grammar
During the 1800’s there was two different kinds of movement, such as, western movement and immigration. Movement can also influence ...
0 votes, asked Apr 20 '15 by Libni
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Possessive form
Is it human rights violations or human rights' violations?
Possessives 0 votes, asked Apr 19 '15 by Eileen Waite
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tenses
I saw that film for the first time two years ago. why is this sentence correct?
0 votes, asked Apr 19 '15 by naddy
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grammar confusion
What is correct? 1. The table sat in front of the wall that separated inside from outside or 2. The ...
0 votes, asked Apr 19 '15 by Miroslav
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health
does HyperFusion work 240 Caps. 10 Forms Of Creatine Strong Anabolic Muscle Growth Stack ? does this product work and ...
0 votes, asked Apr 19 '15 by john
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Is "know" OK? Do I captilize "Reader"? Is "He" necessary?
Dear Reader, know that Jesus cares, and He wants you to cast your burdens on Him.
0 votes, asked Apr 19 '15 by Susan
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meaning
There is a simple Question, But I need to describe me that , Becauose I'm new in English. What is ...
meaning 0 votes, asked Apr 18 '15 by Nima.shZ
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Use apostrophe or not after year and before "S"
Which is correct? I saw a 1930s Pullman in the museum, indicating an era, or I saw a 1930's Pullman ...
0 votes, asked Apr 18 '15 by Seth Lampe
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comparitive degree
Both of us love her but he loves her more than i am. Why we are not using me instead ...
0 votes, asked Apr 18 '15 by Dharmendra Tripathi
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GETTING RID OF GRAMMARLY IN MY ACCOUNTS
Please, help me unsubscribe from GRAMMARLY completely. My PC is not working very well after my installing the program. I ...
0 votes, asked Apr 18 '15 by Jorge Alex Passamani
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correct or incorrect
Is or are a number of solutions
0 votes, asked Apr 18 '15 by Dhruv Kothari
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grammer
He never gets that.Is that correct?
0 votes, asked Apr 18 '15 by shahab
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Math
Why do you have to go left to right when adding or multiplying also adding but not dividing please explain
0 votes, asked Apr 18 '15 by Arianna M
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implied subject
"Basilicata’s share of the Tyrrhenian Coast is only 30 km long but boasts an enchanting seaside location". Is this sentence ...
0 votes, asked Apr 17 '15 by Claudia Morrone
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ask question
Swimming is a good exercise
0 votes, asked Apr 17 '15 by Jayanta Kumar Saikia
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past tense
Can the past tense of diminutative be diminutated?
0 votes, asked Apr 17 '15 by Apoorva
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Use of that
Please some one explain the differenc between, " I believe I can fly" vs. " I believe that I can ...
0 votes, asked Apr 17 '15 by praveen
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Ducks and ducts?
Which is correct? Ducts in a row or ducts in a row? I always thought it was ducks but lately, ...
0 votes, asked Apr 17 '15 by Vida
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change the sentence into question
green is my favorite color
0 votes, asked Apr 16 '15 by suji bala
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I have an exit interview questionnaire and i want to give correct answer to questions
1. Specifically why are you leaving this company?This company didn't meet my expectations.
0 votes, asked Apr 16 '15 by Ibrahim
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english gramner
He is going school yesterday
0 votes, asked Apr 16 '15 by pema rigden
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have, have been
Hi, Can you please help me? What is the difference between the below sentences? St1: "I have lived in New ...
0 votes, asked Apr 16 '15 by MrLal
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Posthumously
How do you correctly use 'posthumously' if there is more than one person in a sentence? This question was inspired ...
0 votes, asked Apr 16 '15 by Call Me Audrey
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pronunciation
When we say da (the) and de (de)
0 votes, asked Apr 16 '15 by Jayanta Kumar Saikia
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uncountable noun clothing
uncountable noun clothing what is the difference between an item of clothing and a piece of clothing? what about their ...
0 votes, asked Apr 16 '15 by Inga Mdivani
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The use of two possessive pronouns together
My boyfriend always corrects me when I use a sentence like this: "I am going over to her and her ...
0 votes, asked Apr 16 '15 by Lori Hahalyak
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article the
I saw both "complete sentences..." and "complete the sentences..." in a book.which one is correct?
0 votes, asked Apr 16 '15 by mehran
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Choose the correct alternatives.
There are only (a few/ a little) grains of wheat left in the bag.
+2 votes, asked Apr 16 '15 by Seyie
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noun clauses
Hi guys, I know that some adjectives can be followed by infinitives and those infinitives are considered the subject of ...
0 votes, asked Apr 16 '15 by Monica Daniela Hamciuc
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Grammatical function of a future tense verb
Please would someone be able to tell me, what is the grammatical term given to the future tense verb in ...
future verb adjective 0 votes, asked Apr 16 '15 by Sethan
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