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Grammar
Which phrase is correct " in finger " or ' on finger'? In the sentence Iwear a ring on/in the ...
+1 vote, asked Dec 05 '15 by DHRUBA BORA
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there is ?
THER is translation in a grammarly ?
0 votes, asked Dec 05 '15 by Amna
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upgrade to premium
how I can upgrade my grammarly to premium, I couldn't found any links about that.
0 votes, asked Dec 05 '15 by Khadija
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Does this sentence make sense.
Finally after two scorching days in the blistering sun, the boys had reached their destination ; Kevin’s house. Should i ...
semi-colon Sentence punctuation punctuations comma +1 vote, edited Dec 05 '15 by Nishandeep
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grammar revise
Catherine has a new friend named Kristi who lives in her next door. Kristi saw that what Catherine has drawn. ...
0 votes, asked Dec 05 '15 by Jeong Theresa
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0 votes, asked Dec 05 '15 by Jeong Theresa
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grammarly drops out
grammarly drops out when I move the cursor to make a correction
0 votes, asked Dec 05 '15 by ted
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i need answer
The little boy denied _______the cookies
0 votes, asked Dec 05 '15 by mubark
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hard or difficult?
i am extremely grateful to you for continuously helping me in my hard times
0 votes, asked Dec 04 '15 by Waqas
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I'm afraid of boys????? :(
All the guys in class always make fun of me and jumpscare me. They are really cruel, and they scare ...
HELPME +1 vote, asked Dec 04 '15 by Lolz
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word usage
When do you use you're instead of your?
0 votes, asked Dec 04 '15 by rose johnston
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"suck for" or "suck at"
i am writing a negative review about a business. is it correct to say they "suck for" anything besides providing ...
suck for at 0 votes, asked Dec 04 '15 by Scarlett Slape
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us history
they were “worse than Indians” the fact that they were uncivilized, that means they are no good for our country, ...
0 votes, asked Dec 04 '15 by jarlyn ordonez
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the use of "there is"
"there is reason to appreciate" or "there is a reason to appreciate". Which is correct?
+1 vote, asked Dec 04 '15 by yingkingyu
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"High Street" or "The High Street"
Is it still compulsory to use "the" before "High Street" or it can be omitted?
+1 vote, asked Dec 04 '15 by Ellie
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Singular or plural?
We’ll also be sending letters to members who have recently used a medication that will be changing before your new ...
0 votes, asked Dec 04 '15 by Tom
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is she feeling better
My friend' s daughter is sick how can I ask him is she fine now
0 votes, asked Dec 04 '15 by padmakumar
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Come ? Comes? Grammar question
It made the boy sad to see the old man come in each day.Quote from 'old man and the sea'Why ...
0 votes, asked Dec 04 '15 by seo
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is correct or not
the sentence is:"All those students who still missed out the Brand Management test are requested to give their names either ...
+1 vote, asked Dec 04 '15 by monika gautam
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Gain advantage or gain THE advantage"?
Hi I would like to ask which one is correct: "gain advantage" or "gain the advantage". The sentence in question ...
gain advantage 0 votes, asked Dec 04 '15 by didodido
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I am confused when to use "pass tense" and "present tense"
If someone made a mistake yesterday, and the mistake is still exist now, which one is correct on below? "There ...
0 votes, asked Dec 04 '15 by siongr
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Identify myself on the phone.
Situation: I had a call from someone. I already know him but could not tell who he is by his ...
0 votes, asked Dec 04 '15 by Hiro
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Is it correct?
good job on promoting the alternate payment options to the customer.
0 votes, asked Dec 04 '15 by ingrid paes
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The use of "using which" (NOT the use of 'which')
Dear Grammar friends, I am writing my thesis in english, and I am not a native speaker. However, naturally I've ...
+1 vote, asked Dec 04 '15 by Kristofer Hedman
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reconstruct the sentence
1. If you would have used your head, you wouldn’t be in this mess.reconstruct this sentence
0 votes, asked Dec 04 '15 by aamil
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Simple predicate
What is the simple predicate in the following sentence? The essay needs to be turned in by noon.I believe it ...
simple predicate 0 votes, asked Dec 04 '15 by Jason Crabbe
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do you capitalize american policing in a sentence
do you capitalize american policing in a sentence
0 votes, asked Dec 03 '15 by Jasime
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ccorrect usage of let
Which is correct "I hope you she finds you and never let you go" or "I hope she finds you ...
0 votes, asked Dec 03 '15 by Angel Guison
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is it correct ?
why would he be angry with you, if it is not what's the right one
english 0 votes, asked Dec 03 '15 by Rayan X Rayan
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Please, help! ASAP
My friend has visited a Harry Potter studio in London and sent me a picture of Albus Dumbledore standing in ...
grammar question please ASAP 0 votes, asked Dec 03 '15 by G
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