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is/are was/were British American English
I have noticed a rise in the use of the more-British is/are, was/were here in the States. Particularly by broadcasters. ...
is-are was-were british-american globalization +1 vote, asked Jun 01 '13 by SLPDeb
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the word news
Hi, I would like to know if it is correct to say 'I have a good news for you.'
0 votes, asked Jun 01 '13 by Apaecida Gori
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Is this correct?
"I have not been able to control my anger most of the times these days". I have a doubt i.e., ...
+1 vote, edited Jun 01 '13 by Sush
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What is the subject of the following sentence?
In the following sentence,"What is the subject of the sentence?" And why "as possible" is put at the end of ...
0 votes, asked Jun 01 '13 by Andrea Pirlo
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Myself
Is the following correct? For clarifications, please see Miss Tan or myself.
+1 vote, asked Jun 01 '13 by Soo
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Is this sentence correct ?
Is this sentence correct ? It seems a disreputable place,It's a great restaurant.Can enjoy the Izakaya menuAnd Ramen.
0 votes, asked Jun 01 '13 by Maki
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the usage of verb ing
Is this sentence correct? Sara is walking and looking at the boy.
0 votes, asked Jun 01 '13 by izy
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Categorization
Which of these is grammatically valid, and why? 1. Type of readers 2. Types of reader 3. Types of readers ...
0 votes, asked Jun 01 '13 by Dhanshree Arora
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twitter
what is twitter?
-1 votes, asked Jun 01 '13 by rodsi mahbub
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report
what is report?
-1 votes, asked Jun 01 '13 by rodsi mahbub
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learn about VS. learn
learn the difference between the tenses VS. learn about the difference between the tenses. Come to think of it, "learn ...
0 votes, edited Jun 01 '13 by Hans
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order of time and verb tense
the suggested change does not read well See example: After Hezbollah attacked Israeli forces, Israel conducted wide scale offensive military ...
0 votes, asked Jun 01 '13 by Terry O'Berry
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Use of the phrase "as both," with "you and I?"
I want to use the phrase "as both," but am not sure whether I should use "Mike and I," or ...
+1 vote, asked Jun 01 '13 by Todd
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to pay
I did not guarantee or made any promises to pay the invoice. See example: Also, over the phone, I stated ...
0 votes, asked Jun 01 '13 by Grace Lopez
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There has been an accident. = There was an accident.
Have you ever heard the story? = Did you ever hear the story? A: Is she here? B: She has ...
0 votes, asked May 31 '13 by Hans
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choose
how (wide-many-much)of the earth's surface is covered by deserts
0 votes, asked May 31 '13 by ahmed
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the first
The first and the second teenager in the line. The first and second teenager in the line. What is the ...
0 votes, asked May 31 '13 by Ema Kis
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Which is correct
We did not know that they are no longer the agent of record. OR We did not know that they ...
0 votes, asked May 31 '13 by Ema Kis
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Is this structure correct?
He is as active as brave.
0 votes, asked May 31 '13 by Z. A. Jazley
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response paper
Henry was an influential leader in opposition to the Britain governmemt Patrick Henry was a lawyer, planter, speaker, and willing ...
0 votes, asked May 31 '13 by Aisha Jaha Livingston
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response paper
Henry was an influential leader in opposition to the Britain governmemt Patrick Henry was a lawyer, planter, speaker, and willing ...
0 votes, asked May 31 '13 by Aisha Jaha Livingston
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Business
does this make sense See example: But what is an attitude?
0 votes, asked May 31 '13 by Carole Davis-Young
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Can I tell?
If I consider that both of us do not need to speak formal welcome remarks? See example: I think neither ...
0 votes, asked May 31 '13 by Evgeny
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Changing the word Has to Have when forming an interrogative sentence.
Okay, can someone give me a simple explanation that ESL students will understand for the following scenario? Affirmative sentence: Jack ...
0 votes, asked May 31 '13 by Kay
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Your/You're
I'm making a card for a teacher and on the front cover I wrote You're the best Mrs. Ray. Is ...
0 votes, asked May 31 '13 by Cody James pierce
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Live in in or live in?
Hi, I don't know if this has been asked before, sorry if it has! Anway, my problem is that I ...
0 votes, asked May 31 '13 by P
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use of a or an
use of a or an
0 votes, asked May 31 '13 by liz witts
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After a series of discomfortures during a hospital stay, I attempted to indicate I liked...
'the visiters even less, I wrote, "I liked even less the two individuals who became main stay of my hospital ...
-1 votes, asked May 31 '13 by Elizabeth
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its alumni homecoming banner
We are proud to be tiglawigan national high school graduate.
-1 votes, asked May 30 '13 by lizsanc
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Past tense of word
What is past tense of sync? I e sync an Ipod
+1 vote, asked May 30 '13 by Brigette Godwin
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