Questions tagged with is-my-sentence-correct

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Is the phrase "fellow neighbours" grammatically correct?
I thought neighbours without the fellow was adequate.
phrases is-my-sentence-correct 0 votes, asked Jul 14 by wolflambert
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"What does it matter?"
"What does it matter?"Is this question grammatically correct? Or is it neccessary to replace "what" with "why" or "how" in ...
matter is-my-sentence-correct Usage +1 vote, asked Dec 19 '15 by Kanika Kalra
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idiomatic usage
I pulled the brakes. OR I pulled at the brakes. What's the correct usage.
idiom is-my-sentence-correct Usage 0 votes, asked Nov 04 '14 by Divyanshu Sharma
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Does this sentence make sense
"Conflict arrises when (event/person)" "Conflict arose when (event/person)" thanks, Cambel
is-my-sentence-correct Sentence correct check help 0 votes, asked Apr 03 '13 by Cambel McGregor-Fernee
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Does this sentence make sense
"Conflict arrises when (event/person)" "Conflict arose when (event/person)" thanks, Cambel
is-my-sentence-correct Sentence correct check help 0 votes, asked Apr 03 '13 by Cambel McGregor-Fernee
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