Questions tagged with confusion

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Correct English
In written dialogue, in response to a confusing statement a respondent answers, 'Oh'. Is it correct to place a question ...
punctuation confusion 0 votes, asked Aug 14 by Terry Smith
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Past perfect or Past simple
can I fill had+V3 at the place of did+V1 in correct form of verb?
confusion +1 vote, asked Jan 31 by Anil Dadhich
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A confusion about ((Late-Later-Lately)).
Which is correct ,and why ? Chosse the correct answer : 1-He arrived 2 hours (late-later-lately-latter) than usual. 2-The thief ...
confusion +1 vote, asked Dec 25 '15 by Muhammad
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How do you use the word "ability"?
A line in Eric Foner's Give Me Liberty, it reads "[Other slave owners'] interest was generally limited to the children's ...
Pluaral singular Usage confusion 0 votes, asked Nov 08 '15 by Azhou
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Right grammar
What should i say? Penny's little house or The little house of Penny? Or do those sentences mean something different ...
confusion right grammar help please 0 votes, edited Mar 18 '15 by Summer
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confusion about "on here" vs "here"
I've been hearing a lot of British people say "on here" instead of just "here." Example: "So many people have ...
grammar confusion 0 votes, asked Feb 25 '14 by Jenifer Murphy
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Speak your... (piece or peace)?
Piece or Peace? It’s me again. I think I know stuff, but then I second guess myself. My gram used ...
peace piece confusion fragment 0 votes, asked Aug 24 '13 by Lina Newbride
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Does "Might" and "May" mean the same thing?
Hi everyone, I just joined the community, and I’m hoping somebody can educate me on the difference between might and ...
words confusion 0 votes, asked Aug 20 '13 by Serene Coleman
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Capitol of a City or Capital of a City?
Hi guys, I thought I got my English sorted out till I came across these two words. For the life ...
words confusion grammar 0 votes, asked Aug 20 '13 by Mandy Lopez
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