Questions tagged with sentence-fragment

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Correct Form of Passage
Is there anything wrong with the below sentences? I would like to know whether the phrase "something to filter out" ...
sentence-fragment Sentence passage sentence-structure 0 votes, asked Apr 28 '15 by Sangdo Lee
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Paragraph seems off.
Something seems to be wrong with my paragraph, it just doesn't look/sound right to me. After two of my books ...
help sentence-fragment grammar 0 votes, asked Nov 10 '14 by Benjamin Gareis
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Share vs Share In
I am currently writing my wedding invitations and unsure about the grammar in one sentence. The portion of the sentence ...
vs wedding sentence-fragment grammar 0 votes, asked Oct 15 '14 by Clare
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How can I make my these sentence better
Activities aimed decreasing emanation,adding carbon depot and decreasing belief on mineral fuel can definitely impression the amount of Carbon dioxide ...
make sentence-fragment 0 votes, asked Jun 19 '13 by Annabella Chu
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sentence structure
What part of speech is 'for you' in the sentence,"This is for you" ? Is it an adverbial ? If ...
sentence-fragment Sentence Prepositions adver 0 votes, asked May 20 '13 by abk_101
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which will be correct sentence?
1. This Article is specially addressed to the school teachers and parents. OR 2. This Article is especially addressed to ...
grammar sentence-fragment +2 votes, asked Apr 25 '13 by Jerry Buiting
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Help with a sentence structure!
I edited this sentence many times, but I always get a "sentence structure" alert. How can I improve the following ...
Sentence Structure sentence-fragment 0 votes, asked Feb 09 '13 by Dana
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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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Why are these sentences fragments?
Why are the sentences below, sentence fragments? I know they are but i want to be better equiped with a ...
sentence-fragment 0 votes, edited Nov 05 '12 by Sampson Jackson
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