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did you hear her ...... in the next room just now? a.sing b. singing
did you hear her ...... in the next room just now? a.sing b. singing. which one is right and why ...
tense present continuous 0 votes, asked Jun 30 '15 by Jay
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issue with the Sequence of Tences
Hello ! There is the sentence from a book "I'm going to Australia as soon as I have saved enough ...
0 votes, edited Jul 01 '15 by Vadim
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Question is about sign "Esq.", "Sir". British vs. American opinion
Hello there ! On the last week I had the English lesson with a native speaker from the UK. Our ...
0 votes, edited Jun 30 '15 by Vadim
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linking or action verb
Reporters uncovered a scandal. Linking or action
english 0 votes, asked Jun 29 '15 by Swannerp Masterson
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linking or action verb
Meyers was an All-American from UCLA. Action or linking verb
english 0 votes, asked Jun 29 '15 by Swannerp Masterson
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linking are action
The station wedding is a front wheel drive car. Linking or action verb
english 0 votes, asked Jun 29 '15 by Swannerp Masterson
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linking or action verb
A hurricane swept the island. Linking or action verb
english 0 votes, asked Jun 29 '15 by Swannerp Masterson
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linking or action verb
A hurricane swept the island. Linking or action verb
english 0 votes, asked Jun 29 '15 by Swannerp Masterson
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linking or action verb
Everyone ran for shelter. Linking or action Verb
english 0 votes, asked Jun 29 '15 by Swannerp Masterson
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linking or action verb
The armchairs feels comfortable linking or action
english 0 votes, asked Jun 29 '15 by Swannerp Masterson
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english linking or action
Many people were homeless.linking or action
english 0 votes, asked Jun 29 '15 by Swannerp Masterson
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linking or action verb
The government operation servals large parks. Linking or action
english -2 votes, asked Jun 29 '15 by Swannerp Masterson
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english sentence correction
Madam I sent an email to you. Please check once madam. Sorry for delay madam.
-1 votes, asked Jun 29 '15 by sushmitha
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Gramatical system as a subfoundation of language. The of content and the plan of expression
Gramatical system as a subfoundation of language. The of content and the plan of expression
0 votes, asked Jun 29 '15 by eagle.eye14
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Profusely
"I profusely apologize" is this sentence correct
+1 vote, asked Jun 29 '15 by Bernie
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"whose talents reaches"
I'm pretty sure "whose talents reaches" should be "whose talents reach" or "whose talent reaches." Am I right, and if ...
+1 vote, asked Jun 29 '15 by Jon Schwartz
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Alternative For This Sentence
What is a better, friendlier way to write this sentence as a subject line? "A response to your recent survey ...
0 votes, asked Jun 29 '15 by Joe
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Sentence construction
Apologies if you have already received this but please can you tell me which is the correct sentence: How long ...
+1 vote, asked Jun 29 '15 by Carole Broad
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Grammatical explanation
How do I explain in grammatical terms, the difference between these 2 sentences? 1. He showed me the book 2. ...
direct indirect object +1 vote, asked Jun 29 '15 by Tina Biswas
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Could a comma change the meaning?
Hello there! Consider the two sentences below: This is my friend Tom. This is my friend, Tom. Are they different ...
comma meaning +1 vote, asked Jun 29 '15 by Abdul Quadir
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Comma problems
Recently, the mayor of London, Boris Johnson, wrote an article about Islamic terrorism in which he used the following sentence: ...
comma commaplacement 0 votes, asked Jun 29 '15 by Vinicius Bremer
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i want to check my sentence which is correct or not grammatically
One day i will be that what you want, but i never will be that what i want.
gramar 0 votes, asked Jun 29 '15 by Bhavesh patil
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Does 'please give me a little time' sound weird?
Hi. I'm translating a Japanese presentation script and it opens with a phrase that directly translates to "please give me ...
0 votes, asked Jun 29 '15 by Polly
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Grammar check
Are these sentences grammatically correct? We have a family of five. We are a family of five. I'm from a ...
grammar 0 votes, edited Jun 29 '15 by Abdul Quadir
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Subject verb agreement
The rule is if the subject is singular then the verb is singular: if the subject is plural the verb ...
+2 votes, asked Jun 29 '15 by Doug MacQueen
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Do you Hyphenate High Profile?
I am writing the sentance "He managed several high-profile projects." Do I hyphenate high profile because it is an adjective?
hyphenation hyphen hyphenated 0 votes, asked Jun 28 '15 by Kevin W. Gates
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Usage of the word "unlike"
Hello there! Are these sentences grammatically correct and do they make sense? Unlike sending an e-mail, sending a text message ...
grammar Sentence 0 votes, asked Jun 28 '15 by Abdul Quadir
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Two apostrophes in one word?
Can a word have two apostrophes, such as, "... a friend of my mum's' house..."? It looks strange, but if ...
+1 vote, asked Jun 28 '15 by Miss S.
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surname before or after the word "family"
Is one more grammatically correct, or is it a matter of preference? The family Jones The Jones family
+1 vote, asked Jun 28 '15 by Nora
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sentence interpretation
why have we used "attractive of reasons" instead of "attractive reasons" in the sentence given below: Higher education in India ...
+1 vote, asked Jun 28 '15 by drishti
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