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definition and use of the term "proceeding" in a sentence
Is "lunceon proceeding service" correct grammatically if you are saying that the luncheon is following the service?
0 votes, asked Jun 20 '15 by Martha Serafini
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Had or Have
Which is correct to say? I want to recomend you to a restaraunt i had/have eaten before.?
had have 0 votes, asked Jun 20 '15 by Jonathan Delgado
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voice change
do it yourself
+1 vote, asked Jun 20 '15 by Kanchan Mondal
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Title framing
Materialism, wellbeing and stress : An interface
0 votes, asked Jun 20 '15 by rohin
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parsing
Do the parsing of the following sentence; have the medicine regulary
0 votes, asked Jun 20 '15 by nita
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The right usage of "to"
Dear friends, I have a question like that. I would like to know which version is correct "To participants were ...
to given preposition 0 votes, asked Jun 20 '15 by Lesman Ghazaryan
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parts of speech
What is the adjective of word "NOUN"??
0 votes, asked Jun 20 '15 by sachin
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The verbs 'look' and 'feel'
Quite often, I hear people saying "I feel tired" rather than "I'm feeling tired", when what they want to say ...
look feel Verbs 0 votes, asked Jun 20 '15 by Abdul Quadir
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Forms of the verb 'to be'
Are 'am, is, are, was, and were' the only forms of the verb 'to be'? Are 'been and being' also ...
be 0 votes, edited Jun 20 '15 by Abdul Quadir
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Correct usage of "ist" ?
My boyfriend keeps saying things like "behavioralist" and "nutritionalist" when I know it is "behaviorist" and "nutritionist". What is the ...
ist +1 vote, asked Jun 19 '15 by Jason
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Comma Placement
I wrote the following sentence for work and cannot decide if there should be a comma between "this" and "let's": ...
commaplacement 0 votes, asked Jun 19 '15 by Alex
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A problem with book/essay titles
I'm having a hard time deciding what should and shouldn't be capitalized in this title. I'm writing an essay for ...
capitalization Titles 0 votes, asked Jun 19 '15 by Morgan
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Rowling
Rowling seems never sincere marking Hermione’s success in terms of individual achievement rather as an ancillary to that of Harry. ...
+1 vote, asked Jun 19 '15 by Haraprasad Ray
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Can you correct this sentence
She is willing to help us out in exchange for her help I will be taking care of any financial ...
sentence-structure words 0 votes, asked Jun 19 '15 by candy bella
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Explain grammar, punctuation or expression error
Jack explained to Frank that the best way for him to win an argument was to keep his opinions to ...
Sentence errors 0 votes, asked Jun 19 '15 by Sarah
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Setting or sitting?
If I was referring to an object, a lamp for example, would I say that it is setting nearby or ...
+1 vote, asked Jun 19 '15 by Robert
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leaving out th relative pronoun "where"?
Hey, in the below sentence, can the relative pronoun "where" be left out. "Dublin is the first city where we ...
+1 vote, asked Jun 19 '15 by Nead
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Is "learning" being used as a noun or verb in this sentence?
I have a disagreement with someone whether this phrase is grammatically correct: • Devise a Positive Behavior Support Plan to ...
0 votes, asked Jun 19 '15 by Shefali Gandhi-List
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Syntax
Please reach me if you have any further clarification.1. Is this grammatically incorrect ?2. Can this be grammatically incorrect based ...
syntax +1 vote, asked Jun 19 '15 by Katha
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Redundancy
Is this sentence appropriate? They want the photographs. Can you give them to them? OR should I say "They want ...
sentences pronouns 0 votes, edited Jun 20 '15 by Abdul Quadir
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grammar
"when you walk through a storm put your head up high." in this sentence what is the subject and the ...
0 votes, asked Jun 19 '15 by hex
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fill in the balnk with the correct pronoun
The Simpsons finally went to Alaska, ------------- were unaccustomed to the cold
0 votes, asked Jun 19 '15 by lupita
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Friend and me are, or a friend and I are
Which is correct or are both correct? A: A friend and me are looking for ... B: A friend and ...
Me I +2 votes, asked Jun 19 '15 by Thomas Higginson
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active to passive voice
1. I am a student.
voice -1 votes, asked Jun 18 '15 by Saad Hasan Sumon
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'a' or 'of a' following an adjective?
- "He is just as good a teacher as..." or "He is just as good of a teacher as..." - ...
grammar noun adjective 0 votes, asked Jun 18 '15 by Leah Johnstone
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What tense is the following sentence?
What tense is the following sentence? "If another website containing the statement is re-posted using our services will remove such ...
tense 0 votes, asked Jun 18 '15 by Andy Ell
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Grammer word use
Which of the two is corect i have no doubts about my capabilities i have no illusions about my capabilities
+1 vote, asked Jun 18 '15 by Sahil Bansal
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Usage of 'followed by'
I have a question. Consider the sentence "I finished work X followed by work Y". Here am I performing the ...
+1 vote, asked Jun 18 '15 by Noisy Neighbour
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Buying [noun, plural] IS or ARE?
My coworkers are probably right, but I want to know the rules and reasons for WHY. What's the object/subject/noun/verb, etc. ...
+1 vote, asked Jun 18 '15 by Eden
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Make it passive
I have been playing cricket
passive +1 vote, asked Jun 18 '15 by Samir Shah
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