Questions tagged with be

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BE USED TO or BE USE TO
Hi! I need an explanation about the use of the structure BE USED TO. I've always thought that in English ...
be used to 0 votes, asked Sep 16 by leonardo baiocco
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be to + noun
Is it correct to say "If tht will be to your satisfaction~"? What does 'be to' mean?
be to 0 votes, asked Jun 20 by Yeonsu Choi
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What kinds of verbs are these?
My sentence is, "I will be having fun." Will would be a helping verb right? Be? What would be be? ...
verb will be having 0 votes, asked Jan 29 by ateam
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what is the grammatical form of "be" in this sentence
"it has to be done" is easily understandable that it's in the passive voice. " he wants to be a ...
be tob to-be +1 vote, asked Oct 25 '15 by mfarizi
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Forms of the verb 'to be'
Are 'am, is, are, was, and were' the only forms of the verb 'to be'? Are 'been and being' also ...
be 0 votes, edited Jun 20 '15 by Abdul Quadir
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passive voice
when can we delete to be verbs from a passive sentance? for example: which one is correct? Methods designed to ...
passive be 0 votes, edited Dec 30 '13 by Amir
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using "to be" - singular or plural
How can I use the verb "to be" in the second sentence: How are you? How is\are your family?
be 0 votes, asked Oct 22 '13 by Natalie
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Will Be vs. Would Be
What is the correct way to phrase the following sentence: 1) I recently found out that I will be working ...
will vs would be 0 votes, asked Jun 19 '13 by Louis P
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Sentence structure after conjunction 'but'
"We shifted to regular items of which savings were higher but comfortability lower." Is the usage "comfortability lower" correct, or ...
But Sentence Structure be 0 votes, asked Apr 17 '13 by Marie
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“Are BE used” or “Are BEEN used”?
Hi! I'm very confuse. Can you tell me which sentence is correct? "Many and much are be used as adjectives." ...
grammar be 0 votes, asked Jan 17 '13 by Batya
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Is this correct Past Tense?
One of the biggest games to be featured at E3! Are you excited for Watch Dogs?
to be past tense 0 votes, asked Jun 13 '12 by Karan Desai
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