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Correct usage: "us" vs "we"
Should the following question end is "we" isntead of "us"? "Who's got it better than us?" Who's got it better ...
+1 vote, asked Feb 15 '15 by peter
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grammatical question
Hi everybody, I have just come across the following sentence: We deeply regret that you should have had to remind ...
0 votes, asked Feb 15 '15 by joe
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who/that
What is the difference and which form is correct? 1) It is my mum who taught me. It is my ...
who that 0 votes, asked Feb 15 '15 by Stanislav Petryshyn
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Correct these sentences
1. If the students do poorly on the final exam, I am going to loose my mind. 2. Their going ...
0 votes, asked Feb 15 '15 by Val
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responsible for without relative clause
I saw many uses of "noun+responsible for..." without any relative clause; eg, I am the one responsible for my failure. ...
0 votes, asked Feb 14 '15 by Pongpalin Yingchoncharoen
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preposition
Fill in the blank with correct preposition for the below sentence Manu threw the ball _____ the wicket.
0 votes, asked Feb 14 '15 by Nishi
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grammatical question
Hi everybody, I have just come across the following sentence: We deeply regret that you should have had to temind ...
grammar 0 votes, asked Feb 14 '15 by joe
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need grammar feedback+advice with 2 sentences postsecondary level
I need someone, preferably from Canada, to look at 2 sentences to help me further my understanding of English with ...
syntax grammar semantics Structure university 0 votes, asked Feb 14 '15 by ned helpoften
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is the word 'of' used correctly?
I cried of happiness.
0 votes, asked Feb 14 '15 by beth
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I have found you
Could I possibly use I have found you?
0 votes, asked Feb 13 '15 by Sufi Maverick
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Subject-verb agreement (Presence + s)
Sentence -- A: The police said the boy was not present in the scene of accident. B: Well, the issue ...
Presence plural 0 votes, asked Feb 13 '15 by alan
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Had
Do we need to use root word after 'had'?
0 votes, asked Feb 13 '15 by November Lifes
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Modifying
The sentence: Our goal was to launch targeted surveys for the sickle-billed vanga, of which only a handful had previously ...
0 votes, asked Feb 13 '15 by Sara
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Pronoun case in a direct object subordinate clause
Is this correct?: His legacy confronts we who remain. The typical expression would be: His legacy confronts those of us ...
0 votes, asked Feb 13 '15 by Greg McKinzie
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simple sentences
convert the sentences in to simple sentence.1beside being a good students,he was the best speaker.2to his utter disgrace,he betrayed his ...
0 votes, asked Feb 13 '15 by Inoxent Hamid
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choose correct sentences please.
1. are following sentences grammatically correct? 1-1. fallen yesterday, a leaf is still fresh. 1-2. fallen yesterday, a leaf was ...
participles +1 vote, asked Feb 13 '15 by Seulki Chae
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Briefing of vs on
When using preposition 'of' after the word 'briefing', does it sound different from using 'on'? Someone told me that 'on' ...
brieifing of on preposition 0 votes, asked Feb 13 '15 by Jenny
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Who vs whom
I know the basic rules for when to use "who" or "whom," but sometimes I get a little confused. For ...
subject pronoun object who whom 0 votes, asked Feb 12 '15 by Joshua Neumann
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What is wrong in the sentence
The book's cover
0 votes, asked Feb 12 '15 by subodh
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What does "in faith" mean?
In my dictionary, it says "in faith" means "in truth" or "indeed". But when I Googled this phrase, I got ...
0 votes, edited Feb 12 '15 by Sharon Lipschutz
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question form with wh in past
who did get up early yeasterday? is the question correct?
0 votes, asked Feb 12 '15 by sumathi
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complte the sentence with conditional verb
if i donot go to Anus party tonight
0 votes, asked Feb 12 '15 by shyamal laishram
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Using "for" versus using "on"
Which is correct: "I am waiting for the bus" or "I am waiting on the bus"?
0 votes, asked Feb 12 '15 by Dan Talbot
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my name is waroo
we should protect the land s ........... a-soil b-sell c-sale d-sail . . answer...........
0 votes, asked Feb 12 '15 by warzan barwari
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Gerund Phrase
Which one are correct Maxim of Quality FloutingFlouting of Maxim of Quality Which one is described as gerund phrase?
Flouting 0 votes, asked Feb 12 '15 by Wisnu
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Fresh or freshly
Hi there, when I want to suggest my friend to change her food pattern, what do I say to her? ...
freshly 0 votes, asked Feb 12 '15 by Tony Rowe
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sentence correction
is there any mistake in the following sentence : "Please email me to acknowledge with the receipt of the cheque."
0 votes, asked Feb 12 '15 by joy
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what is the correct sentence both of this?
1.I have been an actor for 5 years. but I'm not now. 2.I was an actor for 5 years. but ...
0 votes, asked Feb 12 '15 by park
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Grammarly not performing. Spools then sends message NO ERRORS. No WAy!
Grammarly is not performing. Opening a new document, it spools then sends a message - NO ERRORS. No way.
0 votes, asked Feb 11 '15 by Gail Alexander
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Does "George and Lennie are juxtaposing eachother..." make sense? (
I'm writing an essay for English. I'm trying to say that "George and Lennie" are completely different people but I ...
0 votes, asked Feb 11 '15 by Ned Cerneckis
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