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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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Word Usage: Principal and Principle
Dear Grammarly Community, I'm not sure if many of you get tripped up by principal and principle, but I always ...
words grammar 0 votes, asked Aug 20 '13 by Taylor Ryan
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Problems with 5 Sentences (Historic and Historical)
I was wondering if any one out there could tell me if historic/ historical are used correctly in these few ...
words grammar 0 votes, asked Aug 20 '13 by Lisa
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Does "Might" and "May" mean the same thing?
Hi everyone, I just joined the community, and I’m hoping somebody can educate me on the difference between might and ...
words confusion 0 votes, asked Aug 20 '13 by Serene Coleman
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Effect vs Affect
My ego has been affected by my lack of understanding between the words “effect” and “affect”. I was reading through ...
words grammar confused 0 votes, asked Aug 20 '13 by Jeremy Carter
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Capitol of a City or Capital of a City?
Hi guys, I thought I got my English sorted out till I came across these two words. For the life ...
words confusion grammar 0 votes, asked Aug 20 '13 by Mandy Lopez
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correct usage of words
Which is the better sentence? "Most of the knowledge was not handed down and subsequently was lost to the world. ...
MOST much 0 votes, asked Aug 20 '13 by Lin
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I am being thankful,
I don't understand how to correct this sentance Your cooperation and extraordinary efforts have been a tremendous help by making ...
0 votes, asked Aug 20 '13 by Dianella Nunes
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Is there a software from Grammarly?
I wanted to know if there is a software which i will get after subscribing from Grammarly. I would like ...
software question questions grammatical grammatically 0 votes, asked Aug 19 '13 by Chinmay Gupta
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Preposition
Are the following sentences correct 1.In the recent servey, the boy-girl ratio has fallen again. 2.Look in the box against ...
0 votes, asked Aug 19 '13 by rashid
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Grammar
1.Enjoy to learn english 1.Enjoy of learning english Is there any different between this two above sentences?
0 votes, asked Aug 19 '13 by david
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get or got confussion
how do you feel if you get lollypop as your birthday gift
0 votes, asked Aug 19 '13 by jhan
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Have you been vs you have been
For how long ............ employed here? a. you are b.are you c. you have been d.have you been What will ...
grammar grammatical 0 votes, asked Aug 19 '13 by Faisal Fayyaz
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curious this sentence structure
I am curious this below sentence structure. Could you please give me an explanation? I have read this excerpt from ...
0 votes, asked Aug 19 '13 by Thitipong Poonsakuntip
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Is Alast a mountain province? or Is Alat a mountainous province? And why?
Is Alast a mountain province? or Is Alat a mountainous province? And why?
why 0 votes, asked Aug 19 '13 by 123
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Revising
This was the greatest battles in Canadian History when Canada stepped in to take over and fought together to conquer ...
0 votes, asked Aug 19 '13 by Helen Tran
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2 interrogative clauses and did
"Why did you stand up and leave?" or "Why did you stand up and left?". Which is the grammar rule ...
did interagative 0 votes, asked Aug 19 '13 by Rita
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usage of "a" and "an"
Which is correct, and what is the rule? "A" historic moment "An" historic moment
0 votes, asked Aug 18 '13 by Alice Talar
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are there other types of payments?
I am interested in these lessons,I will not put my card information on any computer. Can I pay by check ...
0 votes, asked Aug 18 '13 by Uriah Forbes
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Inversion
Which one is correct between the two? I am now confused with sentence structures such as these... "The researchers intend ...
0 votes, asked Aug 18 '13 by Ernest Estrella
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PLEASE GIVE ME THE PASSIVE FORMAT OF THESE QUESTIONS
1. Would you aware of the available power management feature of the IT system you regular use? 2. Would you ...
REGARDS 0 votes, asked Aug 18 '13 by mehdi salehi
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I have repeating errors, even though I have corrected them
Why do I have repeating errors even though I have corrected the item following what's been suggested by grammarly?
0 votes, asked Aug 18 '13 by Madridano, Princess Guerlain V.
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What is wrong with this construction and how can it be improved?
And here is Levi-Strauss exposing deftly the limitations of classical psychoanalytical approach to religious rites and symbols whence Hershman, via ...
0 votes, asked Aug 18 '13 by Sarvan Minhas
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What is correct in these examples
Do you use about or around in this sentence below He raced out onto the flat and glanced around. He ...
which that Around about 0 votes, asked Aug 18 '13 by lee leeeder
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Proper use of the apostrophe
Donna and ted soil sky's anniversary
0 votes, asked Aug 17 '13 by Heather marshall
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using of horrible and cute together
she is looking horrible but cute....is it grammartically wrong?? someone told me that horrible and cute cant come together
0 votes, asked Aug 17 '13 by Ananda Dey
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