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Using an article with an uncountable noun
Hi. I'm confused about whether to use an indefinite article in the following example: "The teacher must have general knowledge ...
+1 vote, asked Jan 27 '15 by Mr. Me
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Correct Verb or not
Which is correct?: "Fewer than one cardmember in five IS receiving this mailing." OR "....ARE receiving this mailing."
0 votes, asked Jan 27 '15 by Di Ford
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Pronouns
No body knows himself better than he.
0 votes, asked Jan 26 '15 by Lauren Fasang
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does this sentence need a comma
There is debate about whether this sentence needs a comma and we need to settle the debate so we can ...
comma adjectives 0 votes, asked Jan 26 '15 by Jenny Stevens-Scott
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is it... & it is... What's the difference?
Original sentence I found: "Not only is it important to know how to use this software..." In the sentence above, ...
0 votes, asked Jan 26 '15 by allone00
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noun and pronoun agreement
which is correct: with the help of my friend that works at... or with the help of my friend who ...
0 votes, asked Jan 26 '15 by John
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verb to have
A spider doesn't have wings. A bird have wings. or A spider doesn't has wings. A bird has wings.
0 votes, asked Jan 26 '15 by mjama
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Sentence Structure
Which one is correct - Have you ever purchased Adobe software? or - Have you ever purchased an Adobe software?
0 votes, asked Jan 26 '15 by Alex B
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converting statement into question
how to convert following statement into questions EXAMPLE: STATEMENT: She is working in New York. QUESTION: Where is she working? ...
-1 votes, asked Jan 25 '15 by Fatima Faiha
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Do I use a singular or plural veb?
Few people in my family really understand or understands me.
0 votes, asked Jan 25 '15 by Sharon Stringer
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"of" or "for"
I am creating a product that involves movement stations for regular education students that replicates a variety of diabilities so ...
of for 0 votes, asked Jan 25 '15 by Pete Charrette
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A lot of OR Some
A lot of friends visited Mary during New Year. or Some friends visited Mary during New Year. Which sentence is ...
0 votes, asked Jan 25 '15 by Jeffrey Yee
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fill in the blanks
you and me _______ the only people here.
-1 votes, asked Jan 25 '15 by pritish bidhar mahapatra
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grammar
Do you say Music Program of your school or in your school?
0 votes, asked Jan 25 '15 by judy yap
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A or An?
I want to be a NFL player. ORI want to be an NFL player. I know NFL begins with the ...
+1 vote, asked Jan 25 '15 by Kim
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Either vs Both and More vs Most
Are there any errors in the below sentence?Sam was the most gifted writer of either of her more highly acclaimed ...
0 votes, asked Jan 25 '15 by Kim
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Come On with Comma
"Come on, let's party!" Since "come on" can be a complete sentence on its own, should I replace that comma ...
comma 0 votes, asked Jan 24 '15 by Al Guien
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used for + -ing form OR used +infinitive
Could you please tell me whether or not both these structure are correct. And if so, is one better than ...
0 votes, asked Jan 24 '15 by Apolo
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grammag
Is "who is a friend of whom" correct?
0 votes, asked Jan 24 '15 by Pan
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Sentence Structure
Id there anything gramatically incorrect about the tag line "Get there firstt." and, if so, what is the infringement?
0 votes, asked Jan 23 '15 by Randi McEntee
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Semicolon use
Is this correct: Our youth program offers GED/high diploma attainment, case management and counseling services; construction skills training; leadership development ...
0 votes, asked Jan 23 '15 by David Mangus
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and or or
Money orders and cash not accepted We do not accept money orders and cash We do not accpet money orders ...
0 votes, asked Jan 23 '15 by Cathy Chapman
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Do you capitalize a teacher's specific class?
For instance, is it "Mr. Jeffrey's Grammar Class" or is the correct form "Mr. Jeffrey's grammar class?
0 votes, asked Jan 23 '15 by Wy
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fill in blanks
the midnight continued......midnight.
0 votes, asked Jan 23 '15 by shubh mahajan
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prepositions
complete your work in/on/at the right time?
0 votes, asked Jan 23 '15 by ram
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Capitalizing
Do I capitalize the 'T' in 'This' and the 'w' in weekend when typing 'This Weekend'?
0 votes, asked Jan 23 '15 by danielroth
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Styles of Writing
Can I choose a different style of writing? i.e. creative, essay, etc.
0 votes, asked Jan 22 '15 by Robert Greene
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Sentence Classification by Structure
How would one classify a sentence containing dialogue and an attribution? Here's an example: She said, "I can't attend the ...
sentences Structure classification 0 votes, asked Jan 22 '15 by Scott
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Countable and uncountable nouns
Is this a correct sentence. I am asking spesifically about the word newspaper. Should it be newspapers with the s ...
0 votes, asked Jan 22 '15 by Amal Duaybis
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you are the sweetest creature ever existed
What is the right grammar?
0 votes, asked Jan 22 '15 by Roselyne Cua
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