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what is a noun
what is a noun
0 votes, asked Oct 05 '15 by Armando
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related file
sir, how to upload file and see the result
0 votes, asked Oct 05 '15 by DIPAK SHARMA
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Grammar
Hello, Just wanted to ask if this sentence is correct: 'If she wasn't there I would have killed him.' Regards, ...
+1 vote, asked Oct 05 '15 by simon
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uses
Can we use "always" with continuous tense?? For instance, (1) He always abused others. (2) He was always abusing others.Can ...
+1 vote, asked Oct 05 '15 by VISHAL PARIAHR
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Pronunciation
Hello there! How is the phrase "Chapter 4" pronounced? Is it pronounced "Chapter four" or "Chapter fourth"? Please clarify. Thank ...
Pronunciation 0 votes, asked Oct 04 '15 by Abdul Quadir
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Punctuation in regards to bullet points
I am confused as to what consittues a complete sentence when constructing bullet points, and when to use punctuation. If ...
0 votes, asked Oct 04 '15 by Dave4468
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grammar
Re write useing ago When did they move into their house?
0 votes, asked Oct 04 '15 by Amira
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Problem
How to.download free browser extension?
0 votes, asked Oct 04 '15 by Himanshi
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change to passive voice
the beggar has been shouted savagely at by the woman
+1 vote, asked Oct 04 '15 by praveen pratap singh
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underline the adjectives in the following sentences and state their kind.
there are the twenty four storeys in this tall building.
0 votes, asked Oct 04 '15 by omkumar Sachapara
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He is not coming
He is not coming She is not coming They are not coming
0 votes, asked Oct 04 '15 by togmsssarma1@gmail.com
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Company section name is grammatically wrong - but in what way?
Hello! I was asked about the grammar of a section name in a Japanese cram school the other day. The ...
0 votes, edited Oct 04 '15 by Hans Karlsson
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Is this entence grammatically correct?
"According to Sacha, most of the event was satire in which the new Prime Minister, Daniel Cameron, was the main ...
0 votes, asked Oct 03 '15 by James Callahan
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People like you and me are being pushed out.
Which is correct? People like you and me are being pushed out. People like you and I are being pushed ...
you Me I 0 votes, asked Oct 03 '15 by Kate
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Impetuous
"Impetuously he came up." How do I use the word impetuous in a sentence, like "suddenly he came up" but ...
0 votes, asked Oct 03 '15 by Cats_009
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Grammar
which sentnce is correct 1)they are exclusively (depending) or {depend} on sugar 2)they exclusively depend on sugar or, they depend ...
+1 vote, asked Oct 03 '15 by Muhammed emad
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change it into passive voice
Who can help me?
+1 vote, asked Oct 03 '15 by Vishnu Mathiyalagan
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Communication
Critical reflection on effective communication between co-parents
0 votes, asked Oct 02 '15 by Ashess
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Grammar
Is there any difference between "for a long time" and "in a long time"?
+1 vote, asked Oct 02 '15 by forgetmenot
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Is this correct - "I went to his agent, John Doe's house?"
I'm doing transcription so I can't change it too much, but I feel like maybe it should be: I went ...
possesive possession comma sentence-structure 0 votes, asked Oct 02 '15 by Lisa
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You
Did you get scolded?
+1 vote, asked Oct 02 '15 by gulrukh lodhi
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Past tenses in the phrase "I've heard"
For example if I found out about the side effect of a pill and wanted to tell someone about it ...
grammar past tense english 0 votes, asked Oct 02 '15 by Bill
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plural or singular
Each piece of writing regardless of its length is expected to be presented in a structured format that is appropriate ...
0 votes, asked Oct 02 '15 by Msh
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counties have food pantries whom take donations of canned goods, frozen foods and processed food
Is this statement gramatically correct, with the word whom"?
0 votes, asked Oct 02 '15 by Bonnie Matthews
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correct punctuation
Should there be a comma ( , ) before word 'than' , in a sentence .
punctuation comma 0 votes, asked Oct 02 '15 by shahid
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question usage
Do I still working on the days you asked for
0 votes, asked Oct 02 '15 by bello naseeb
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my mother fixed the meat
is the sentence correct? "my mother fixed the meat"
+1 vote, asked Oct 01 '15 by liana sia
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is vs. are when using fractions
I'm having issues with the following sentence: Consult a doctor if more than 0.5 grams per kilogram per day (is/are) ...
0 votes, asked Oct 01 '15 by Jack Handey
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Is or are
Which verb is correct? Heavy rain and localized flooding is/are expected in the next seventy-two hours.
0 votes, asked Oct 01 '15 by Angie
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Taken or Took
When you want to say "taken me 2 days to make 1 statue." Is it taken or took.
taken took +1 vote, asked Oct 01 '15 by Ryan Beer
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