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The proper use the of the word "as" in a sentence.
Which sentence below is the correct grammar? The movie was as good as the book. The movie was good as ...
-3 votes, asked Mar 24 '15 by Dr.Teresa Harris
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She goes to school by bus
i want convert to Question
0 votes, asked Mar 24 '15 by Grenn Movie
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grammatic usage of Late
whether salutation like Mr/Mrs for a late person is correct?
+2 votes, asked Mar 24 '15 by asha
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Gerund?
In the sentence, "I do my best thinking and studying at night." what part of speech is thinking?
0 votes, asked Mar 24 '15 by Sonya
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grammer correction
yesterday you are in leave
0 votes, asked Mar 24 '15 by vijaya
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Correct the sentence.
It is i who is to blame.
papu 0 votes, asked Mar 24 '15 by Priyabrata Bharasa
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Semi-colon & "with whom" use
Is this sentence grammatically correct? "I believe in constantly learning and evolving my skills; and love meeting new people to ...
0 votes, asked Mar 24 '15 by erik
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parts of speech
They ate up all our strawberries and melons, then promised we could eat up all their grapes and peaches when ...
partsofspeech 0 votes, asked Mar 24 '15 by vickie
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Correct possessive adjective use
Which sentence is correct: "We thank the Board of Directors for its support" or "We thank the Board of Directors ...
adjective 0 votes, asked Mar 23 '15 by Nigil
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I feel that the comparison in the sentence below is wrong but am unsure how to correct
This example describes one scenario in which executives’ sophisticated understanding of their firms’ business conditions helps them better differentiate individual ...
0 votes, asked Mar 23 '15 by esma
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function within the sentence
It will also sit in other provinces as and when required
0 votes, asked Mar 23 '15 by sithembiso
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Comparatives or superlatives?
Why are people using more and most in descriptions rather than the suffixes -er and -est?
COMPARISONS more MOST superlatives 0 votes, asked Mar 23 '15 by Brenda W. Elmore
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Is this sentence correct?
"We aren't very different, she and I?" Or should it be "her and I"
0 votes, asked Mar 23 '15 by Gabrielle Mitchell
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Which is correct: who or whom?
My cousin Sylvie, (who) (whom) I am teaching to fly a kite, watches us every time we compete.
0 votes, asked Mar 23 '15 by Robert Black
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Adjective or not?
Is 'sea' in sea shell an adjective of the noun 'shell' or not? Or is it together just a noun?
adjective noun 0 votes, asked Mar 23 '15 by Pascal van Geest
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I am a frequent novel reader, and I would very much like to learn to speak English fluently.
I wonder, does reading novels a lot help one to improve one's level of speaking fluently? I can read 2 ...
+1 vote, edited Mar 23 '15 by Oscar Mapfuno
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Tense of verb
Is it correct to say: it would soon be determined if I had what it took to be a mountain ...
0 votes, asked Mar 23 '15 by L myers
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correct usage for ad copy
Is overweight troubling you?
0 votes, asked Mar 23 '15 by neha
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articles
my father teaches in ______university.(a/the)
0 votes, asked Mar 23 '15 by ritu
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punctuate this sentence
the man who has 20 years of experience as a firefighter saved Kevins life
0 votes, asked Mar 23 '15 by Andreas
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Word association or word type
Carefully, usually, hard, ... what is the relationship between these words? I was doing this little fun excersise that I ...
0 votes, asked Mar 23 '15 by Mark Galletly
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The undo feature
How do I undo if I accidentlly delete something
+2 votes, asked Mar 23 '15 by shelby mcclamy
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double consonants within a word like "clutter"
What is the spelling rule that explains/teaches why there is a double consonant in the word "Clutter"
double consonants 0 votes, asked Mar 22 '15 by Jane Perrell
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How to word a sentence
Is it "Seeking help" or "seeking for help"?
0 votes, asked Mar 22 '15 by Taylor Martin
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Need answer of some questions
I can't remember time off/in/by/with hand Pay attention, otherwise the milk can/might/will boil. He was lying on the floor in ...
0 votes, asked Mar 22 '15 by xain47
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use of the work interim
would it be proper to say... I in the interim will keep myself busy.
0 votes, asked Mar 22 '15 by penny
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Is "play" a noun in the following sentence?
Is the following sentence grammatically correct? "It is good play." If it is correct, why? Thank you.
goodorwell 0 votes, asked Mar 22 '15 by Kent
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Is it currect sentence
It would be fine if I was with you
0 votes, asked Mar 22 '15 by Jannat
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as such vs therefore
Difference between as such and therefore… In Eg: Lemons contain citric acid. And, you guys say that there is no ...
0 votes, asked Mar 22 '15 by Kamaldas
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use of article
i like the picture on the wall. is article is correct
0 votes, asked Mar 22 '15 by ansarinazim
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