Questions tagged with order

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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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Words order in a question
Hello, According to the English grammar, in a question a verb must be on the first place, and then goes ...
Word order question 0 votes, asked Jul 31 by Denis Sivtsov
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have a can cold coke or have a order cold coke
Hi guys, Today I had an English exam and there was a question that i had to discuss with my ...
can order prefer like 0 votes, asked May 30 by Kürşat “ColdCry” Çetin
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sequence of words
Select the correct sequence of words to complete this sentence. _____ his French project, Xander ______ up all night , ...
sequence Word order +2 votes, asked Dec 30 '15 by quanny
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Comma Placement??
Which is correct? Or WHAT WOULD be correct if none of these? I have learned so much from having an ...
comma placement wording order 0 votes, asked Nov 30 '15 by wordgirl
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Order vs order?
When to use Order vs order in religous orders?Order as in a title is understandable but what about when referring ...
order +1 vote, asked Nov 13 '15 by Road Scribe
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order of adjectives
Which is correct? "a tiny swedish digital camera phone." Or "A tiny digital swedish camera phone."
order of adjectives +1 vote, asked Oct 08 '15 by Adrian Ng
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ordering multiple adjectives
What is the best guideline for ordering multiple adjectives in a sentence? Should I follow the Royal Order of Adjectives?
guideline order multiple adjectives Royal 0 votes, asked Oct 01 '15 by Linda Perrine
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Why "Ordered" and not "Orderred"?
Should you double the "r"? Are there more exceptions?
order 0 votes, asked Jun 16 '15 by Oren Halfon
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alphabetical order
Which comes first in alphabetical order? lone or lonely?
order 0 votes, edited Jun 09 '15 by Suzaan
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Which sentence is correct?
'Try slowing your speech down a little' or 'Try slowing down your speech a little'.
Word position order Sentence +3 votes, asked May 25 '15 by Steve
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Article THE and WORD ORDER
I am confused with the use of the article THE and word orther. In this example, what is correct to ...
omit the Word order -1 votes, edited Dec 04 '14 by Gerardo
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Wrong word order - can it exist?
Hi, guys! I'm translating russian verse now, so I've faced lots of difficulties! Have a look at this stanza: Encouraged ...
passive wrong Word order 0 votes, asked Jul 27 '14 by Alexey Kavun
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Order of Adverbs
Hi. I was coming up with a sentence about a married couple and presented a question which I couldn't find ...
order adverbs 0 votes, asked May 23 '13 by C.H.
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