Questions tagged with english

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Is it ''quick smell'' or ''quickly smell''
A friend showed her new dish, and I want to tell my friends to smell it very briefly, very quickly ...
Word grammar Adverb english vocabulary 0 votes, edited Jul 23 by Lily
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Proper expressions about 'underground floors' in English.
Hello. I used the expressions like ‘first floor underground’ and ‘second floor underground’ instead of ‘basement one’ and ‘basement two’. ...
english grammar expression 0 votes, asked Jul 15 by 이동원
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Are the following sentences given below with the subject line correct?.
Subject- Constructing english songs in plays and movies from poems. Are there English songs constructed and played in english plays ...
song poem english movie Play 0 votes, edited Jul 15 by Prashant Akerkar
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The adjectives
I have two questions about the adjectives. 1. I understood that: - She is bored. ( She feels bored ) ...
english grammar adjectives 0 votes, asked Jun 21 by aysel
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Spelling in Brittish
Would this be spelled correctly if I wrote British and modern American English? "His favorite colour to wear when caroling ...
british-american british american english spell 0 votes, asked Jun 17 by Rachel M
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Which sentence is correct?
1. I told her not to do that. 1. I told her to not do that. Which sentence is correct? ...
english grammar 0 votes, asked Jun 16 by aysel
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translate
what is its mean? He felt rather peckish close to bedtime.
english 0 votes, asked Jun 05 by amit kumar
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Is it possible to change "If-clauses" into participles?
Some English grammar books in Korea tell us that we can change "If-clauses" into participles, but when I have checked ...
english grammar particples +1 vote, asked May 11 by suwon kim
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Why?
Why are there seven tenses in English grammar?
grammar seven tenses english why 0 votes, asked May 08 by zainab
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Is this grammatically correct way in using "I tell you"?
Is this sentence grammatically correct? "She ran 50km a day. Runners have strong legs I tell you."?
english grammar 0 votes, asked Apr 24 by Carolina Santiago
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Is this proper english?
Is this proper english? "Anything that involves food and you sounds great to me!" Thank you
english school proper food 0 votes, asked Apr 22 by ashley law
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British (UK) English
Does Grammerly support the use of UK English? I am Australian and our usage of English is from the UK, ...
UK english british american dictionary +1 vote, asked Mar 16 by Peter Russell
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Is it correct ?
If it was without the internet I would have never learned english . Why did you leave before I finish\finished.
english +1 vote, edited Mar 02 by Rayan X Rayan
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is grammarly using british english or american one?
while checking my text, is grammarly using the british english or the american one?
british american english 0 votes, asked Feb 23 by paolo gramigna
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a metaphor about myself
I am from China and I need to describe myself through something object with a metaphor in my English class ...
Metaphor english gramar highschool vocab 0 votes, asked Feb 17 by KascomeMor
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a metaphor about myself
I am from China and I need to describe myself through something object with a metaphor in my English class ...
gramar vocabulary english highschool Metaphor +1 vote, edited Feb 17 by KascomeMor
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which one is correct?
wrong selection may creates unnecessary issues OR wrong selection may create unnecessary issues
gramar english +2 votes, asked Feb 15 by Rocks
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Look on vs look at
Hello! There is a movie song that goes like "Always look on the bright side of life" and my question ...
look on at english grammar +1 vote, asked Feb 12 by dazzlerazzler
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have you ever seen him dance or have you ever seen him dancing
have you ever seen him dance or have you ever seen him dancing and why?
english grammer +1 vote, asked Feb 12 by Ghaida Ioi
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Is it correct ?
Hey how to say this correctly The movie started off slow, after 20 and 30 minutes it was getting better. ...
english +1 vote, edited Feb 07 by Rayan X Rayan
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When to hyphen noun phrases
Hello, everybody. Thank you so much for taking the time to read this and reply. I'm writing my résumé in ...
hyphen hyphenation noun Phrase english +1 vote, asked Feb 02 by Cynthiay Penovi
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senetences with few words -grmmar
hey i have prepared to my test so i wrote few sentences.please if tham wrong fix correct them.the specfic words ...
grammar questions english langage +1 vote, asked Jan 17 by Omri Pinchas Perel
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Proficiency English
Is using "Proficiency English" as name of a product correct?
grammar grammarcorrection english englishgrammar +1 vote, asked Dec 30 '15 by LearningPort SdnBhd
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high school grammar question
We would have had more tourists if it _____ raining for the whole week during national Day holidays A (did ...
english grammar highschool +1 vote, asked Dec 21 '15 by Dana
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is it correct ?
why would he be angry with you, if it is not what's the right one
english 0 votes, asked Dec 03 '15 by Rayan X Rayan
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Question about "consistent"
I have a question about "consistent with". I want to write a sentence like "Consistent with my previous experience, I ...
grammar grammarcorrection english Englishgrammer simple 0 votes, asked Nov 10 '15 by Dongmin Pak
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does it sound right?
does this sentence sound correct? "Only are there a few moments in which there is a gap or a pause ...
english essay Sentence correction 0 votes, asked Nov 08 '15 by Ashb
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English
I was wondering anyone can help me with an english term I want to find a term (noun) meaning someone ...
english terms 0 votes, asked Nov 06 '15 by Calen
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Is it Grammatically correct? Does the sentence make sense?
If you were at a place and you wrote something on the wall before you leave that place to keep ...
grammar Sentence help english -1 votes, asked Oct 29 '15 by Lisa
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Is " there were more" an official sentence
Is " there were more" an official sentence
help emergency school english british +1 vote, edited Oct 28 '15 by Suzaan
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