Questions tagged with time

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A long time...
Hello. I hope you guys can help me. I have this dialog: -Did you get any mail? -No, I haven't ...
TIME 0 votes, asked Mar 16 by tiemi koya
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are the following sentences correct?
the cooking starts at 9:00 AM and finishes at 10:00 AM.the ringing starts at 9:50 AM and finishes at 9:51 ...
TIME tense 0 votes, asked Feb 02 by enofaugust
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Are the following sentences correct ?If the eating starts at 7:00 AM and finishes at 7:30 AM, and th
If the eating starts at 7:00 AM and finishes at 7:30 AM, and the time is now 7:20 AM. Are ...
TIME tense +1 vote, asked Jan 31 by enofaugust
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I was hoping you could resolve a debate I've been having for nearly a decade. My English (UK) friends insist ...
pluralization TIME 0 votes, asked Nov 22 '15 by Jeff L.
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Correction story
Grammar and usage, spelling and punctuation word choice, pronunciation and dialects problem related to learning english as a foregin language ...
important TIME in My life 0 votes, asked Nov 21 '15 by Qamar
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until vs. by the time
I hadn't liked Spielberg's films ................ I watched his masterpiece "ET". a. until b. by the time Which one is ...
UNTIL by the TIME 0 votes, asked Jul 26 '15 by FENER
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Usage of by
Someone said "slept at 5 by 9". What did he mean by that?
by TIME urgent help grammarcorrection 0 votes, asked Jul 12 '15 by Zayana Al habsi
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"set time to punch-in before 9:00 AM"
Please let me know if this is correct for delivering meaning that "The owner set the office-going-time for employees to ...
TIME setting +1 vote, asked Jun 24 '15 by Paul Min
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By this time in a question /statement
By this time, I think you must be done with your interview. Is this statement grammatically correct? It's being used ...
by this TIME 0 votes, asked Apr 06 '15 by Ali Tariq
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finally as a marker of the end of a series of events?
"Fussily, she went on to hunt among the enormous assortment of items in her office until finally, uttering a cry ...
grammar TIME progressive 0 votes, asked Jan 05 '15 by Stefan Lethra
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Then vs. than...
I understand that 'then' is about time and 'than' is about comparison. So if I wanted to say: "Well than/then." ...
than then vs comparison TIME 0 votes, asked Dec 29 '14 by Catrin
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Express duration, which started in the past
Hi Guys, I have an expression: 'xyz' service is unavailable. I would like to improve this information, by adding the ...
duration past present TIME 0 votes, asked Feb 25 '14 by Zoli
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