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The bigger they come, the harder they fall. Grammatically incorrect?
We can say : The bigger they come, the harder they fall. The higher you climb, the further you fall. ...
Easier adjective Adverb +2 votes, edited Oct 21 '15 by Ian Marshall
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Exercise
can you provide exercises for preposition
+1 vote, asked Oct 21 '15 by Tousong Shem
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Grammar check
Hi there! Is the following sentence grammatically correct? The speaker expects a photographer to have been hired by now. Please ...
grammar 0 votes, asked Oct 21 '15 by Abdul Quadir
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Colon use
Is the colon used properly in this sentence? While my bobbleheads may now sit in a box in the attic, ...
colon +1 vote, asked Oct 20 '15 by Jenny musicland92@aol.com
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Subject Verb Agreement
What is the correct verb?: Dana Smith and Dana Brown are one in the same but (are/is) Gina’s cousin not ...
subject-verb 0 votes, asked Oct 20 '15 by Glen glen.mac@gte.net
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Correct Grammar
Is it proper grammar to use (or, not to use) an apostrophe in a family name used in a salutation ...
apostrophes 0 votes, asked Oct 20 '15 by CaptJack thexcoloradokid@msn.com
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Preposition
Why writes "in" in the sentence of "The sun rises in the east."
preposition 0 votes, asked Oct 20 '15 by Muhammad Sarwar baojutt@gmail.com
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Wordy Introductory Sentence- help!
My introductry sentence is very wordy, and I want to make it shorter yet impactful and keep the same ideas: ...
wordy wordine Word Word-choice 0 votes, asked Oct 20 '15 by ayilah ayilah@gmail.com
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What is triathlon about?
The purpose of asking this question is to know the interest of people for triathlon. We want to confirm that ...
racing Earners +1 vote, asked Oct 20 '15 by Robert Husband StanleyRamos01@gmail.com
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Using the the singular and plural.
Is this sentence correct..'Chemical Engineering opens many doors 'I was taught that in a sentence the subject and the verb ...
0 votes, asked Oct 20 '15 by Lilian Caplen liliancaplen@gmail.com
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Subject-verb agreement
A chemical engineering degree opens many doors. A chemical engineering degree open many doors. Can you please tell me which ...
0 votes, asked Oct 20 '15 by Lee Caplen leecaplen@gmail.com
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Exams questions
What is the adjective form of people?
0 votes, asked Oct 20 '15 by Aaja mushfh@gmail.com
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regarding job
dear sir, now i am job less. two month before i am gone to Kuwait. but some proble i have ...
+1 vote, asked Oct 20 '15 by Khalid Raza khalidraza202@gmail.com
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grammar problem
My sister bore her daughter in Japan. What is wrong with this sentence? I can't put my finger on it. ...
0 votes, asked Oct 20 '15 by colleen colleenced2376@aol.com
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Use of 'From and to '
The company made everything from computers to cameras to microwaves to cars. or The company made everything from computers to ...
from and to 0 votes, asked Oct 20 '15 by Ian Marshall
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English
What is the plural word for task
0 votes, asked Oct 19 '15 by Wanda Mrscolin@icloud.com
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gods
The name of my Greek god is Zeus, jupiter is his roman name. WHat is wrong witht he scentince?
0 votes, asked Oct 19 '15 by Joe jdvalare001@delastudent.com
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Should I use and, but or yet?
Two thousand years have passed since Christ lived, and His words continue to give hope, healing, and deliverance to people ...
0 votes, asked Oct 19 '15 by Susan
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J.K. Rowling
Is there a bio for J.K. Rowling?
+1 vote, asked Oct 19 '15 by Ken Payne NavalAdmiral213@gmail.com
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Paraphes
Nomura and Lehman vary in terms of business portfolio predict well for creating synergies, the difference in culture worked in ...
0 votes, asked Oct 19 '15 by Miral miralrohit@ymail.com
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countibility
Concepts like honour/pleasure are abstract/uncountable, still, you say, it is an honour/a pleasure for me. Is there any logic, or ...
countibility 0 votes, asked Oct 19 '15 by ismail wali ismwali@gmail.com
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Apostrophe help
I write 5 bulletins fortnightly where I work. I write each one with specific updates for the staff, residents, relatives, ...
apostrophe apostrophes possesive title 0 votes, asked Oct 19 '15 by Sophie sophie.halford@castelfroma.org.uk
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first time
I want to check my grammer and sentence for my study. but I do not know how?
+1 vote, asked Oct 19 '15 by jinnalee21
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Affect vs. effect
Does this make sense for the title of a thesis? Effecting Church Revitalization Through Equipping Select Leaders in a Personal ...
0 votes, asked Oct 19 '15 by Angie
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which sentence is correct?
"He encouraged me to be the best I could." or "He encouraged me to be the best I could be."
+1 vote, asked Oct 19 '15 by Kwood
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Correct apostrophe
Does the following statement have the correct apostrophe: 3 more month's.
0 votes, asked Oct 18 '15 by kelly
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comma in a compound sentence with imperative clause
Would you add a comma before the word 'so' (conjunction) if it is a declarative sentence and an imperative/command that ...
grammar comma compound-sentence 0 votes, asked Oct 18 '15 by syl
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I was almost to...
Is is correct to say: "I was almost to buy it" or a a friend of mine suggested, you must ...
0 votes, asked Oct 18 '15 by Flavia flavia.berti.1mb8@alice.it
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A number of studies has or have?
Hey everyone, can somebody please help me?Should I say "A number of studies has or have? " Thanks very much
0 votes, asked Oct 18 '15 by Tati tatypcosta@yahoo.com
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grammar
Plz explain me all these sentences. 1. It will be done befoe we left. 2.It will be done before we ...
+1 vote, asked Oct 18 '15 by Sandeep Maheshwari
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