7 answers
dedicated ipad app
Hi, Now that I have an ipad pro I'm wondering if there is a planned IOS app with extensions ect ...
+1 vote, asked Nov 30 '15 by Darren Wood
1 answer
foundation course in english
The chambermaid stole the necklace. [change to passive voice]
0 votes, asked Nov 30 '15 by naresh murmu
1 answer
Comma Placement??
Which is correct? Or WHAT WOULD be correct if none of these? I have learned so much from having an ...
comma placement wording order 0 votes, asked Nov 30 '15 by wordgirl
1 answer
should I use have or has in the sentence
For the past six months, the wren family have/has been working on their home.
0 votes, asked Nov 30 '15 by lisa
1 answer
Iles family
When signing cards or letters, should I say The Iles Family or The Iles' Family?
0 votes, asked Nov 30 '15 by Terri Iles
1 answer
a problem with use verb
Which sentence is grammarly better The use of satellite to find water orThe use of remote sensing to find water ...
0 votes, asked Nov 30 '15 by Mai Magdy
1 answer
what does Annual plan means
0 votes, asked Nov 29 '15 by Baldeep Dhillon
2 answers
Tortured syntax...but Grammarly thought it was A-ok?
A nonprofit client recently wrote this in a letter to supporters to invite them to save the date for a ...
syntax Usage Structure 0 votes, asked Nov 29 '15 by Barbara McM
1 answer
figure of speech
What figure of speech is the following phrase : " And winds go howling through the night "
0 votes, asked Nov 29 '15 by Lourdes M Reyes
0 answers
What words are explicit and which ones are implicit
I was ten years old when my mother died. Ten years old to the very day. Still she gave me ...
Explicit and implicit langage +1 vote, asked Nov 29 '15 by lori
1 answer
Is this sentence grammatically correct, and does it make sense?
"I then felt it necessary to write out a more personal review because of how impressed I was with everyone's ...
0 votes, asked Nov 29 '15 by Emily mozwecz
1 answer
voice change
i like him
0 votes, asked Nov 29 '15 by meghna dutta
2 answers
Trouble deciding whether or not a clause is independent?
"It was certainly a hard book to locate. No library seemed to have it, neither did it turn up in ...
+1 vote, edited Nov 28 '15 by Joseph
3 answers
What's wrong with my sentence?
I am writing an essay and I have no idea what is wrong with this sentence! Microsoft Word keeps underlining ...
Sentence Sentence-interpretation help 0 votes, asked Nov 28 '15 by kendalyn kilby
1 answer
Grammer check
is below sentence grammar is correct same has been done.
0 votes, asked Nov 28 '15 by Cipher
2 answers
Outdanced or Out danced
Hello! I have a question about the word "outdanced"--as in, "he outdanced everyone else at the prom" or "I will ...
verb correct two words outdance 0 votes, asked Nov 28 '15 by meaganearthur
1 answer
Is my grammar correct?
0 votes, asked Nov 28 '15 by Patricia A Hayslip
1 answer
Pronoun issue
(He, Him) and his niece are both professional DJs.
0 votes, asked Nov 28 '15 by Kaitlyn Gaston
1 answer
Censorship on Social Media Lead to Revolutions
what is your opinion among social media and are you active person
0 votes, asked Nov 28 '15 by hager
2 answers
voice change
her skill suprised the spectators your conduct has astonished your father much his behaviour displeased the teacher the boys laughed ...
-2 votes, asked Nov 28 '15 by aniket
1 answer
is the sentence correct
Questions are asked to be answered. Don't leave them hanging. Is this sentence correct?
+1 vote, asked Nov 28 '15 by Will William
1 answer
no problem found
No problem found No problem is found There is no problem found Which is/are correct? What are the differences?
0 votes, asked Nov 28 '15 by ming
1 answer
Gerammer in conversation
What business it out of yours"is correct?
0 votes, asked Nov 28 '15 by Farzad at
4 answers
Supply correct adverb
I have been working here _____a long
0 votes, asked Nov 28 '15 by Shayan
1 answer
costly comparative degree
want to know degrees of below words costly nice
0 votes, asked Nov 28 '15 by ranjana
2 answers
Me and I - use of
Which is correct and why? "John and I have returned from Paris?", or "John and me have returned from Paris?"
0 votes, asked Nov 28 '15 by Malcolm
1 answer
Should the words "himself" and/or "herself" be offset with comas? For example, in the sentence, "John Smith, himself, completed the ...
comas 0 votes, asked Nov 27 '15 by jim mayer
1 answer
present perfect/past simple
I was wondering why a sentence I trumbled upon on the other day was grammaticaly incorrect, it said: Since my ...
+1 vote, asked Nov 27 '15 by nnnnnn
1 answer
To capitalize endearment names or not
In conversational dialogue would an endearment, such "sweety", "honey" etc., be capitolized as would a proper name?
capital Name nickname 0 votes, asked Nov 27 '15 by Georgia Delorme
1 answer
In text citations in MLA format: When to include the author's last name
I'm having trouble with in-text citations for my essay. I know that when you do an intext citation you can ...
mla in-text citation citations intext 0 votes, asked Nov 27 '15 by Kendra
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