Questions tagged with sense

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The sense subject is different from the subject
I'm just wondering why these are OK "Measurements were taken using a hardness tester." "Bibliographic searches were performed by accessing ...
sense subject 0 votes, edited Aug 02 by Keiko Tamura
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Does this make sense?
Backup and confide Does it make sense? If not, what could I change 'backup' too?
Sentence confide sense make 0 votes, asked Mar 29 by Maya
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Is this a proper sentence?
I'm writing a character description and I have to give quotes to support the details I'm describing. Does it make ...
sense proper sentence-correction +1 vote, edited Mar 24 by Kev
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Does this make sense?
"Finding a solution to a problem and then for it to become a harmful dependent sucks" Does this make sense? ...
watch live sense harm +1 vote, asked Feb 09 by Youssef Mourad
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Does this sentence make sense?
I live outcast in segregation Does this makes sense?
sense Sentence 0 votes, asked May 10 '15 by JhWOLFJh
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Is "you're my euphoria" a sentence?
You're my euphoria
sense sentance 0 votes, asked Jan 30 '15 by Mazin
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Is this sentence grammatically correct/make sense?
Exactly as the title says. "My parents possessed the language trifecta under their belts; fluent in Spanish, Cantonese, and Mandarin." ...
Sentence grammar correct sense 0 votes, asked Dec 21 '14 by Angel Chang
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Help... i don't understand this...
"that should correspond to the payments due to you less your invoices that were payable to us." What dose this ...
help sense 0 votes, asked Oct 12 '14 by Jessica Black
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Does this make sense? Is it correct?
Does this make sense? Is it correct? The wind whistles thought the trees, making the trees rustle.
sense text sentance please urgent +1 vote, asked Oct 16 '13 by tin
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Does my sentence make sense?
The truth is revealed when you wipe off the makeup that's been eclipsed by lies.
sense reword 0 votes, asked Sep 14 '13 by Anastasia Blanchard
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does my sentence make sense
Does this sentence make any sense. "Hence, the only use of the house is for resting purposes which can be ...
Sentence sense 0 votes, asked Oct 28 '12 by March21
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