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Speak your... (piece or peace)?
Piece or Peace? It’s me again. I think I know stuff, but then I second guess myself. My gram used ...
peace piece confusion fragment 0 votes, asked Aug 24 '13 by Lina Newbride
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Whats the difference between compliment and complement?
Can you help me with these sentences? I just need to know when you say something nice about somebody are ...
Sentence compliment complement nice 0 votes, asked Aug 24 '13 by Lina Newbride
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how do i check for an inappropriate use of a reference
How do you check to see if you are using an inappropriate use of a refeerence.
0 votes, asked Aug 24 '13 by Marlene Folsom
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ELL
Hi dears; Is there a comprehensive definition for "english language learning"? Best regards
0 votes, asked Aug 24 '13 by Golafshaan
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Change into negative sentence
There were many people at the fair.
negative -1 votes, asked Aug 24 '13 by Shriya Padhi
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relative pronouns that, which, and who and verb sequence
I have a question about my rationale for eliminating choices C and D for the following question: Scientists have been ...
relativepronoun that who which verbsequence 0 votes, asked Aug 23 '13 by Fromagebus
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use of implied pronouns
Can I imply the pronouns in the following sentence? I am confident that lessons learned in the several tax courses ...
0 votes, asked Aug 23 '13 by Marcianna Rodriguez
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Grammar errors
The degrees were awarded in the annual......................... A. conference B. convention C. Convolution D. convocation Ans: D Why is the ...
gramma grammatical 0 votes, asked Aug 23 '13 by Shilpa Setia
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GRAMMATICAL ERRORS
He is a skilled dancer OR He is an adept dancer. Which one is correct & why?
grammar 0 votes, asked Aug 23 '13 by Shilpa Setia
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Past Simple or Past Perfect
"This was the second consecutive match against Germany that Spain had lost." Can I say "... that Spain lost." using ...
past perfect 0 votes, asked Aug 23 '13 by albin444ik
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Usage of the word vested
How can you use the word vested in a sentence? If so, please tell me a succinct definition of it. ...
0 votes, asked Aug 23 '13 by ducdang123
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Sentences that keep going after a quote's attribution.
My boss keeps doing this. I'm pretty sure it's incorrect, but I can't convince him and I can't find any ...
0 votes, asked Aug 22 '13 by Zach
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when to use an apostrophy
The sentence is "Since the 1980's House Foods American has promotoed..." Do I need an apostrophy in 1980's?
0 votes, asked Aug 22 '13 by Karen Greenberg
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verb use
Why do I say The man watched the whale jump and not the man watched the whale jumps, given that ...
+2 votes, asked Aug 22 '13 by Anushka
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Punctuation when using a proper name to describe itself
How do you punctuate a sentence like: "It's what makes Shakespeare 'Shakespeare'." I have the benefit of using this sentence ...
0 votes, asked Aug 22 '13 by Lisa Cline
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How can rewrite the long sentence as below
Two significant contributions of this work are: 1) the exploitation of a semi-supervised feature extraction, called Semi-supervised Probabilistic Principal Component ...
longsentence 0 votes, asked Aug 22 '13 by Junshi
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run on
Hello This is Mohamad Ehsan I want to ask the following questions: 1.Run on 2.Pronoun vague / non vague 3.past ...
0 votes, asked Aug 22 '13 by Mohamad Ehsan
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comma rules for noun phrases; pronoun/antecedent
This is the question: With its combination of powerful long legs, large chest, and its build being aerodynamic, the greyhound, ...
comma nounphrase antecedent pronoun 0 votes, asked Aug 22 '13 by Fromagebus
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when do I use "to" before "able to"
This is a big question as "able to" always makes me confused I think I know how to use "been ...
0 votes, asked Aug 22 '13 by deb lurkmoar
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alphabetical order
Does D'Lego come before Dalton in alphabetical order? With names, do capitals come before lowercase in order?
0 votes, asked Aug 22 '13 by Tracy
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passive voice.
is it correct to say that the passive voice is only formed with the verb "to be"?
0 votes, asked Aug 21 '13 by jose e duarte
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When can I mix tenses?
I am currently drawing conclusions based on my findings for my study. My concern is that: "When can I mix ...
0 votes, asked Aug 21 '13 by Ernest Estrella
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compound-complex sentence and comma rules
During the rainy season in Hawaii, temperatures become a little cooler and showers more frequent, but the Sun still shines ...
SAT grammar 0 votes, asked Aug 21 '13 by Fromagebus
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Give me suitable answer for reply to a person
Learn engilsh, its very very imp. u will realize one day.
-1 votes, asked Aug 21 '13 by Hammad Iqbal
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its or it
After working my way down another part of the document it looks like someone else has used it when I ...
it useage 0 votes, asked Aug 21 '13 by Simon Huntington
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It's vs. Its
I've just run into another snag while trying to complete my document. There is a section that talks about one ...
its useage 0 votes, asked Aug 21 '13 by Simon Huntington
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From vs. Than
One of the most confusing parts of American english to me is if I should use from or than. For ...
from than useage 0 votes, asked Aug 21 '13 by Simon Huntington
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Wheather vs. weather
Hi again! I think I need to revise my question from earlier. I am writing a document in American english ...
wheather weather useage -1 votes, asked Aug 21 '13 by Simon Huntington
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Weather vs. Wether
Hi everyone! I have recently joined Grammarly because I need to learn American English for documents I am writing. I ...
weather wether useage 0 votes, asked Aug 21 '13 by Simon Huntington
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Use of the "/"
Is the following use of the forward slash correct? Vice President of Business and Finance/CFO
0 votes, asked Aug 20 '13 by Sherri Buck
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