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Differences between was to and was to have
What is the difference in the meaning between following sentences: 1. John was to have picked strawberries yesterday but the ...
construction meaning sentance tense +1 vote, edited May 30 by unique
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How to create sentences based on Imagination , openion or possibilities?
How to create sentences based on Imagination , openion or possibilities? Situation 1: i want to climb mount Everest and ...
sentance grammar modals meaning +1 vote, asked May 11 by unique
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Using comma in the sentence.
The sentence below; "The last faculty, Medicine, was the considered equally among both female and male staff". Is it correct ...
comma capitalization sentance +1 vote, asked Jan 02 by Mkod
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Using "were vs was" with two nouns following each other in a sentence.
Can someone make me understand the right usage with "were vs was" in the follwoing sentence. ex: "paper and cardboard ...
were was grammar sentance Usage +1 vote, asked Jan 02 by Mkod
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does it sound right
"As it gives me so much motivation and inspiration for learning, my long-term objective is to contribute something to the ...
sentance Sentence-interpretation +1 vote, asked Dec 24 '15 by Asselya Aliyeva
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Rewrite the following sentence correctly
There is too many sugar in my cup of tee
rewrite sentance 0 votes, asked Sep 11 '15 by Ajay
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Rewite the following sentance correctly : 1.I can’t cope with the stress of modern life
sentance correctly 0 votes, asked Aug 29 '15 by Priya
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Starting a sentence with 'No' and the use of "or" or "and"
Is this form of sentence structure correct? No paint was found on the cuff or the collar of the shirt. ...
no sentance Conjunction 0 votes, asked Jul 29 '15 by Winnie Kurowski
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Some simple sentences that I don't understand
In my textbook, it's not explain the answers of exercises and I wonder why I get wrong answers. Here things ...
simple sentance useage 0 votes, asked Jul 23 '15 by Brees
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usage of " number of"
I have a question. which one of these sentences is correct ? here is the situation; we are writing an ...
grammar sentance 0 votes, asked Feb 04 '15 by Dogahan
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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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need grammer help for "has brought" or Alternative
My question is a about a sentence I formed with in my book. no matter how I seem to word ...
english grammer brought sentance 0 votes, asked Apr 23 '14 by allen
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Whats Incorrect? : Two chairs or a sofa are ok for the room.
sentance correction 0 votes, asked Mar 09 '14 by kris
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I've broken my arm or I broke my arm.
I figured that present perfect is used when there's a connection to the present. So for instance if someone asks ...
correct tense sentance 0 votes, asked Oct 21 '13 by ferka1
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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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my sentence
I have a sentence going into my paper, but I feel as if there is something wrong with it. I ...
sentance 0 votes, asked Sep 26 '13 by Renea
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you view
revise this sentence using you view We are pleased to announce that you have been approved to enroll in our ...
revise sentance -1 votes, asked Aug 29 '13 by kimberly
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How to use 'since when' in questions
To enquire a person about his tenure I use, Since when are you working in this company ? I feel ...
interagative sentance 0 votes, asked Jul 05 '13 by Srikanth Y
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Sentence wording
Is the word sequence in this sentence correct? "The schedule with the corresponding changes has been confirmed." I want to ...
sentance words 0 votes, edited Mar 25 '13 by Astra
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Is this sentence correct?
He shifted his eyes between the other people sitting there.
sentance vocab vocabulary english 0 votes, asked Jan 26 '13 by user22
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Is the following sentence okay the way it is?
and as I sometimes hoped, but couldn't be like her—to win friends, become loved by everyone—she made it look so ...
sentance vocab dashes grammar 0 votes, asked Jan 23 '13 by user22
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The New York Times.
Hi, In the sentence "The New York Times." what is New York? Is it an adjective?
sentance sentence-fragment adjectives +1 vote, asked Dec 17 '12 by Vadim D
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