Questions tagged with grammatically

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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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"such as me" or "such as myself"
I can't decide whether to use the phrasing "such as me" or "such as myself" in an essay I'm writing. ...
which or context grammarcorrection grammatically 0 votes, asked Oct 09 '15 by Jamie DuBois
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Proper sentence structure
Is the following sentence grammatically correct and acceptable or should it be changed and how? ¨I begin to question what ...
proper Sentence Structure question grammatically 0 votes, asked Aug 20 '15 by max
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'The city's recently dumping the garbage made people upset'Is this sentence ill-formed?I know that the sentence 'The city's recent dumping ...
grammar grammatical grammatically 0 votes, asked Mar 22 '15 by Jihee Kwon
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I want to know if this question is structured well or should it be split. Please help
In a speech “The puzzle of Motivation” by, Yale graduate and author, Daniel H. Pink, it is stated that the ...
corrections grammatically 0 votes, asked Oct 23 '14 by Eduardo Chumpitaz
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Is this sentence correct?
Adrian Cola Rienzi born Krishna Deonarine changed his name because the name "Cola Rienzi" was that of a 14th century ...
grammatically correct or incorrect 0 votes, asked Jun 12 '14 by Happy
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Can you tell me if this sentence is right or wrong grammatically? "Amati looked them over Antonio had whittled." This ...
grammar grammatically Sentence right wrong 0 votes, asked Oct 02 '13 by Martin Joo
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Is there a software from Grammarly?
I wanted to know if there is a software which i will get after subscribing from Grammarly. I would like ...
software question questions grammatical grammatically 0 votes, asked Aug 19 '13 by Chinmay Gupta
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Grammar Help needed
Can you please suggest which one of the following is correct? Return on Sales & Marketing Investments vs Returns on ...
grammatically check 0 votes, asked Jul 25 '13 by xyz zbc
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Example: I wore my pink T-shirt; one of my favourite T-shirts in my wardrobe. Is this a correct use for ...
grammar sentences correct grammatically 0 votes, asked Sep 06 '12 by user22
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Correct the following sentence.
"By the last sentence, her voice became louder than it already was." Is the sentence okay? If not what is ...
correct sentences grammar grammatically 0 votes, asked Sep 01 '12 by user22
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Please I need help with this sentence... Is it correct grammatically?
One thing I know for sure is that as much as happiness is fleeting as much as you can’t enjoy ...
grammar grammatically edit Structure 0 votes, asked Aug 23 '12 by user22
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Is this sentence correct grammatically?
What good did all of this do him ? Note: by this sentence I mean to say something like what ...
grammatically grammar Sentence Structure 0 votes, asked Aug 19 '12 by user22
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What is the proper grammar for this sentence?
Is this grammatically correct? What would be the proper grammar for this sentence? Independently accountable for maintenance of all social ...
grammar is it grammatically correct 0 votes, asked Jul 03 '12 by Emily Ptak
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Is this sentence grammatically correct.. and is the use of "in the least" correct ??
I heard that some palces were very organized or in the least more organized than this.
grammar grammatically Style correct sentences 0 votes, asked Jun 19 '12 by user22
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Please correct this sentence if it's wrong!!
I woke up as early as I could, dragged myself out of bed, and went to a school of which ...
grammar grammatically Style english correct 0 votes, asked Jun 17 '12 by user22
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Why is this sentence grammatically correct?
In no respect can he be looked upon as a good husband. Why is "can" placed before "he"? please help ...
grammatically 0 votes, asked May 28 '12 by Allen Hsu
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Is this a correct line grammatically?
Hi, I just wanted to know whether this line is correct grammatically ? Thanks Steve I'll just be a moment, ...
Line correct grammatically 0 votes, asked May 21 '12 by Steve Harris
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