Questions tagged with english

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Would the phrase "dirty shower" be considered an oxymoron?
Oxymoron grammar english 0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Jada
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could somebod correct this text?
Major thanks to everybody who thought of me yesterday! I was reminded of how many fun and caring people I ...
text correction english letter Thanks 0 votes, asked Oct 03 by schnuz
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"Technologies" such as smartphones are bringing people together. Shoud I use Techology or gies ?
english grammer +2 votes, asked Sep 29 by Patrick Thu
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which one is correct ?
It's been 3 years since I've come here or (came here ?) , I've missed this town. it had been ...
english +1 vote, asked Sep 11 by Rayan X Rayan
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CustomiZation vs customiSation
Hello, everyone. Was looking through a text in Grammarly and got warned on "customisation" being confused for "customization". As far ...
british british-american english spelling 0 votes, asked Aug 30 by Hanna Yughre
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how to be proficient in english
Currently I am a B2 level student in english. How can I be proficient in english and increase my level ...
english cefr problem proficient 0 votes, asked Aug 25 by PRAVU
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would like?
"Do you have a minute? I would like to ask to you about something." why not is "I would like ...
would gramar english 0 votes, asked Aug 23 by chomphet
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Is this sentence in the correct order?
She took the battery from Ana's camera in Paul's hand. There is a battery inside Ana's camera. The battery was ...
order Sentence english grammar 0 votes, asked Aug 19 by Lily
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Please respond to these questions
Choose the correct sequence to complete the sentence. My sister_four dogs, and she___them for a mile-long____each morning a. owning, taking, ...
english test help grammar please 0 votes, asked Aug 14 by Florian Carreras
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Want to improve my English - where should I start?
English isn't my native language, and in some ESL/EFL tests and some other similar tests, I've got scores between 85-90% ...
english grammer improve 0 votes, asked Aug 07 by Milan Stanojević
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Fill in the blank
What should I put into the blank? Thanks... "we, at least me,___(be) not capable to cogitate with circumspection"
english 0 votes, asked Aug 02 by yang wisdom
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One related to subject verb/adjective agreement
I'm trying to create an error message; someone I work with has posted an incorrect message, which I wish to ...
grammar english subject adjective subject-verb 0 votes, asked Aug 02 by Momo
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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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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 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 +1 vote, 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 -1 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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