1 answer
"In" or "at"?
What is better (correct)?: "The witness declared in Court" or "The witness declared at Court"
0 votes, asked Oct 10 '15 by Igor Solar
1 answer
Is it correct ?
I wish you were there last night so we could play with each other ? Is it correct
english +1 vote, asked Oct 10 '15 by Rayan X Rayan
2 answers
How to say your are glad, when you was for example at a special event!
Hi, Consider the scenario that I was at my friend's Piano recital, and I want to write to her/him that, ...
0 votes, asked Oct 10 '15 by Alireza
2 answers
check for any grammatical errors
Accident AttorneysIn event where one is involved in motor accident he or she will require an accident attorney this is ...
0 votes, asked Oct 10 '15 by kamau
1 answer
who would address the issue this fall
The White House framed the announcement from the world's two largest polluters as a move to position the countries as ...
Infinitive meaning +1 vote, asked Oct 10 '15 by kyujeong
4 answers
was vs were
Asking a hypothetical question, which is correct- What if life was better than snooze? What if life were better than ...
hypothethical was-were +1 vote, asked Oct 10 '15 by Justin Lafazan
1 answer
"These would help my brain work" or "These would help my brain works." Why?
0 votes, asked Oct 10 '15 by Ally
1 answer
a noun clause using present tense to describe a future situation.
I have written the following and Google results show that this is OVERWHELMINGLY more common. But I cannot argue its ...
noun clause tense 0 votes, edited Oct 10 '15 by Ross Tulloch
1 answer
Don't understand the use of a comma before 'so'.
I'm getting confused with the use of commas in general, but especially with the using of them before coordinate conjunctions. ...
commaplacement comma Clauses coordinate conj +1 vote, asked Oct 09 '15 by Joseph
1 answer
find the mistake
Pointing out the subject, the verb and the object of a sentence is called perfection
+1 vote, asked Oct 09 '15 by Ahmed Hamdy
0 answers
How can I rewrite this in a YOU attitude: I have been appointed to head the committee and I will ...
+1 vote, asked Oct 09 '15 by Gabriella Deville
2 answers
Italics or quotes
Video games or programs? Italics or quotes in a college application essay
0 votes, asked Oct 09 '15 by Michele Cardona
0 answers
I need help identifying the correct sentence below and why. 1. You need a team that has worked with other ...
+1 vote, asked Oct 09 '15 by Heather
2 answers
"such as me" or "such as myself"
I can't decide whether to use the phrasing "such as me" or "such as myself" in an essay I'm writing. ...
which or context grammarcorrection grammatically 0 votes, asked Oct 09 '15 by Jamie DuBois
0 answers
change to interrogative
"Such an old house is of as use." Please change it to interrogative sentence.
Interrogative +1 vote, asked Oct 09 '15 by BenTen
0 answers
he teaches us English
+1 vote, asked Oct 09 '15 by ROBIN
0 answers
How to indicate how current a formal document is?
In German we sometimes write formally "Stand: Januar 2015" at the beginning of a document, meaning that the document in ...
0 votes, asked Oct 09 '15 by EricWebsurf
3 answers
passive to active
the streets were thronged with spectators
0 votes, asked Oct 09 '15 by beena
0 answers
Word Use
is it true to say: "pay attention to his neighborhood and things going on there?"
+1 vote, asked Oct 09 '15 by Mora
1 answer
write its negative sentence
She has a doll.
0 votes, asked Oct 09 '15 by Meenu Sharma
0 answers
I need help with grammer, since english is my 2nd language I'm having really hard time with making santenses an ...
+1 vote, asked Oct 09 '15 by yumi
1 answer
Use of the pronoun it as a name
I am writing a story about a woodchuck that I named It. In this case, dDoes It become a proper ...
0 votes, asked Oct 09 '15 by Sue Savard
1 answer
about organisation
I persuade to people to be member of this organisation. Am I right.
0 votes, asked Oct 09 '15 by tahmina sultana
1 answer
Infinitive verbal
In the sentence "This offer is too good to pass up" what is "to pass up"? Is this an infinitive ...
0 votes, asked Oct 08 '15 by cdenni2
0 answers
Why do we need prepositions? How do we use prepositions?
+1 vote, asked Oct 08 '15 by Ayub
1 answer
Is this phrase correct or not?
"Thanks to let me know" instead of "Please let me know"
0 votes, asked Oct 08 '15 by Stephen Witte
1 answer
Is the word "proud" a verb when used in the sentence "I was feeling proud as I won the award"?
how do ai identify Verbs 0 votes, asked Oct 08 '15 by Nicola Porter
0 answers
english grammar
Right form of verbs: clue words:eat,answer,trust,know,give,get,take,try. Question: Every interveiw is a trial.People generally _ nervous before an interveiw. Some cannot ...
+1 vote, asked Oct 08 '15 by basher
0 answers
she told she will mail
is it correct
+1 vote, asked Oct 08 '15 by Praveen B
2 answers
who or whom?
what's correct: whom did the prize go to? or who did the prize go to?
+1 vote, asked Oct 08 '15 by roberto
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