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what's the difference between ''been TO'' and ''been IN'' ?
If someone says: 'Have you ever been to the UK?'. Is it more likely the person is from the UK ...
verb Been to in grammar 0 votes, asked 3 hours ago by Lily
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''the band is'' or ''the band are'' : what is the correct? (AmE and BrE, please)
a British person said that they use bands' names in the plural*, like ''The Smith are...'' ''Radiohead are...'' so it ...
grammar british-american verb Word Usage 0 votes, edited 1 day ago by Lily
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Use of ´To' as a preposition
Which of the both sentences below are right, when 'To' is used as a preposition?: 1. Please review this information ...
grammar preposition 0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Carlos
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Is this grammatically correct?
The feeling, when you realize you have (just?) made one of your biggest dreams come true, is undescribable.
grammar grammarcheck grammarcorrection 0 votes, asked Jul 26 by aidaagnes
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What is the difference between MAY and MIGHT ?
Please give me some examples when... ''might'' as a noun it means strength or power. ''may'' can also express hope. ...
may might Word Usage grammar 0 votes, asked Jul 26 by Lily
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Can vs. May
Which is correct: May I ask a favor of you? or Can I ask a favor of you?
grammar 0 votes, asked Jul 26 by Mary
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''can't see nothing'' or ''can't see anything'', which is correct?
I can't see ________.
Word grammar 0 votes, asked Jul 25 by Lily
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What is the difference between ''whilst'' and ''while'' / ''among'' and ''amongst'' ?
Do British people use -st more? (or Australians, Canadians...) I have read some things on the Internet and I found ...
while among british spelling grammar 0 votes, asked Jul 25 by Lily
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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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Grammar
Which is correct? I have 15 days left before my twelve weeks on this diet are done. OR I have ...
commas Sentence Structure grammar 0 votes, asked Jul 22 by Aranya
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Subjunctive ..maybe??
What is the difference between "I wish to see you" and "I wish I could see you"? Can someone give ...
grammar subju definition 0 votes, asked Jul 19 by John Westward
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Use of "of" versus "for"
Which is correct as a caption for a figure: "Distribution of answers of the speech comprehension questions." Or, "Distribution of ...
grammar 0 votes, asked Jul 19 by KJ Wise
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Grammar check
After a long 15 or so hours traveling. Isn't something about the above sentence wrong?
grammar adjective Sentence 0 votes, asked Jul 16 by Subham Kundu
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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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"I lay down," or "I laid down?"
Which is correct? "I lay down in my bed" or "I laid down in my bed?"
grammar 0 votes, asked Jul 14 by Nick
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Can you do go over the stock report you sent over this morning there is a couple of discrepancies
Can you do go over the stock report you sent over this morning there is a couple of discrepancies that ...
grammar 0 votes, asked Jul 11 by danny
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Is this right? I want to know what tenses are being used in this.
This is sentence "Yes, but I am not sure. I just want that even if my hard disk got stolen ...
grammar sentences tenses Verbs sentence-correction 0 votes, asked Jul 09 by nagracks
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deal with?
Which of the following statements is true?1. In the real world, ‎Most of the events dealt with parameters.2. In the ...
grammar 0 votes, asked Jul 07 by Mahdi
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Active passive voice
Please change the voice 1.whom are you taljing to. 2.he prevailed of the deserved success himself. 3. He tried his ...
grammar 0 votes, asked Jul 06 by Loya
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Get on the elevator
Can the expression “Get on the elevator.” be used along with “Get in the elevator.”?
grammar +1 vote, asked Jul 05 by Lee Jung-Eun
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Can something be "very full" or "quite full"?
Let me start off by saying I do not claim to be any kind of grammar expert, and am not ...
FULL empty grammar question HELPME 0 votes, asked Jun 29 by Daniel Smith
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Nominative Casw
In this sentence: "We have not taken a picture together just you and I in a month." Would "you and ...
nominative objective case grammar 0 votes, asked Jun 28 by Meranda Hillier
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is this two words verbs or adjectives or nouns ?
Another function of the operating system is executing and providing services . The words ( executing ) and (providing ) ...
grammar grammarcheck 0 votes, asked Jun 27 by Taleb Ebrahem
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"as one" usage
Hello my friends! In this sentence, I want to mention the specific area which comes from the formulas, and I'm ...
grammar 0 votes, edited Jun 26 by Sonia
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French grammar letter check
I'm giving a card to my French teacher for the end of the year. I want this to be checked, ...
French check grammar letter teacher 0 votes, asked Jun 22 by Aviella
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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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Research Paper - Is this sentence correct?
I'm writing a research paper on psychology and I have to make references to my sources throughout my sentences. Does ...
research papers correction grammar psychology 0 votes, asked Jun 19 by Emma
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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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using that of
what is the correct way to rewrite this sentence using "that of"?"A thermometer used to measure room temperature differs from ...
grammar 0 votes, asked Jun 15 by Sou Sargol
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use of would for vagueness
I have been told that modal 'would' can be used to express 'vagueness'. Its usage has been linked below but ...
grammar meaning 0 votes, edited Jun 15 by unique
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