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bracket and name embedded clauses
1. could you tell me how to get to the airport 2. what do you suggest that we should do? ...
embadded Clauses grammar help please 0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Monika
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At versus In
Hi - I'm tutoring an ESL student. During our last lesson working on prepositions, we ran across the phrase, " ...
at in grammar rules +1 vote, asked Sep 22 by jennifer
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what is the different between 1) I finished my work and 2) I have finished my work
grammar +1 vote, asked Sep 22 by Ehsan
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Does this sentce sound write?
Worried and trembling in her voice La sierra whimpered “What's going on?” Liron’s face was still, he murmured "they're all ...
grammar grammarcheck grammarcorrection help HELPME +1 vote, asked Sep 22 by Kyce
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When is it appropriate to use a comma before were, for example: Ms. Johnson and I, were checking off items ...
gramm grammar commas punctuation 0 votes, asked Sep 21 by Leela
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Is "grammatically correct" a correct usage?
My friend and I had an argument about a usage and I corrected him by saying that that so and ...
grammatically grammatical grammar 0 votes, asked Sep 20 by Chitra Arun
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what you mean?
Which sentence is more accrate gramatically: What do you mean by this sentence? What you mean by this sentence? I ...
grammar 0 votes, asked Sep 16 by John anderson
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For my homework, I am confused on one particular sentence. Problem: Despite the dislike shown toward him by some, he ...
grammar Sentence parenthesis dashes ASAP +1 vote, asked Sep 15 by Kyson Kishibe
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Look back on somethings?
I want to know that after "look back" can I put "on" to refer something? Can I say " when ...
grammar preposistion 0 votes, asked Sep 15 by xavierviola
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need help with the following: instead of being told what to do, the students were expected to assume the responsibility ...
grammar 0 votes, asked Sep 14 by paniniii_
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"3 movies with a featured actor" meaning
When you're asked to find three movies with a featured actor, does it mean you have to find three different ...
grammar question +1 vote, asked Sep 13 by jenkosus
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Authenticate yourself or himself
Hi, What is a correct version: User try to authenticate yourself or User try to authenticate himself? BR,
grammar phrases 0 votes, asked Sep 10 by Mariusz Sepczuk
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Can I use just ''off'' here meaning the same as ''a bit off'' ?
Her pronunciation is good. I'm glad that my French is not that off as I thought. So, I see people ...
grammar Synonym meaning +1 vote, edited Sep 12 by Lily
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can I omit the pronoun?
the quality of your videos is the best! and you were so close to the stage, how lucky! (how lucky ...
pronoun omit grammar +1 vote, edited Sep 09 by Lily
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Word choice: to move to x on moving to
"I intend to move to the USA" and "I intend on move to the USA".
grammar Word choice 0 votes, asked Sep 08 by Pedro Aguiar
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directly vs indirectly
Hello, I am trying to answer a question about a climate change case study. The question says, "Make two lists ...
case studies climate change grammar +1 vote, asked Sep 07 by Naya Smith
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Help using determiners in the title of a story
This isn't a proofread of my story. It only involves the title. It's a children's story about a family of ...
grammar grammarcorrection Determiners 0 votes, asked Sep 07 by BridgettRose
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Could you please tell me which sentence is more suitable
Hi, I recently was trying to figure out which sentence is more suitable - Are guys trying to 'woo' or ...
meaning watch Sentence grammar 0 votes, asked Sep 06 by Julian Suchocki
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what do these sentences mean? -- seize,harbor,backlash
*the lines are from the same drama **plot: an athlete was accused of parricide of the entire family and he ...
meaning words grammar 0 votes, edited Sep 19 by Lily
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Usage difference between "Having" and "With"
Hello, I just wanted to know the difference between the following sentences. - " Seeking a person having impeccable English ...
grammar Sentence sentence-correction meaning 0 votes, asked Sep 01 by Gaurab Das
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Ambiguous modifier to list
A friend wrote: "Instead of sitting on his butt, Kaepernick should be out making charitable donations, peacefully protesting, and becoming ...
grammar syntax ambiguity 0 votes, asked Aug 30 by Jason Brohm
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Janet sent Howard to Richard's camp for the summer, never dreaming that three weeks would go by before hearing from ...
grammar 0 votes, asked Aug 30 by Sarika
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Query on tenses
I have a little confusion on these two sentences. Did you see him? Have you seen him? What is the ...
grammar tense +1 vote, asked Aug 30 by ramakant
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"I would rather that she hadn't arrived last night." Is this sentence grammatically correct? Shouldn't it be "I would have ...
grammar 0 votes, asked Aug 29 by Sarika
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"I wouldn't have had problems right now." Is this sentence grammatically correct?
grammar 0 votes, asked Aug 29 by Sarika
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Grammar Question: Limp or limply?
The flowers died, their wilted corpses falling limp against the dried up grass of the front lawn. The flowers died, ...
grammar help 0 votes, asked Aug 26 by Elle
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Fan Favourite or Fan's Favourite ?
Hi everyone. So, I saw 'Fan Favourite' named as a title of a playlist and I was thinking that the ...
grammar apostrophe Difference Usage +1 vote, edited Aug 26 by Lily
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Correct grammar when writing about 'person' of "address" for "task" in regards to "persons"
This assessment was conducted for Name Name Name (d.o.b), street address, City, state, postcode for her suitability as carer for ...
grammar sentence-correction 0 votes, asked Aug 24 by deidrich
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"Now, keep going" Independent Clause help!!
Can someone explain how "Now, keep going" is an independent clause? It has no noun. Any help would be appreciated!!
independent clause grammar 0 votes, asked Aug 22 by Steven Li
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Much too quickly or too much quickly
grammar 0 votes, asked Aug 22 by Arthit
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