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Grammarly use for MS Word doc for Macs?
Not very tech savvy here. New user to Grammarly and love ti. Wondering if there is a way to use ...
MS Word Mac 0 votes, asked Aug 20 by David Ortmann
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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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''the band is'' or ''the band are'' : what is the correct? (AmE and BrE, please)
a British person said that they use bands' names in the plural*, like ''The Smith are...'' ''Radiohead are...'' so it ...
grammar british-american verb Word Usage 0 votes, edited Jul 28 by Lily
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What is the difference between MAY and MIGHT ?
Please give me some examples when... ''might'' as a noun it means strength or power. ''may'' can also express hope. ...
may might Word Usage grammar 0 votes, asked Jul 26 by Lily
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''can't see nothing'' or ''can't see anything'', which is correct?
I can't see ________.
Word grammar 0 votes, asked Jul 25 by Lily
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Aether, Ether, or Æther? What is it, anyway?
I'm writing a fanfiction about the Call of Duty: Zombies series, and there is this thing referenced in the game ...
spelling Word origin mythology 0 votes, asked Jul 05 by Nick
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using question word in a declarative sentence
how to write this correctly: We aim to answer the following questions: 1) does it help, and 2) how long ...
question Word declarative Sentence 0 votes, asked Jun 01 by plia
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Cans vs Can
I have been writing on microsoft word, and the word-checker suggested to me to use the word "cans" instead of ...
can verb cans microsoft Word 0 votes, asked May 31 by Theo Lincke
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How would I word this?
Hey, I'm writing a geography assessment on the climate of the north-west regions of Canada. I want to write this: ...
geography help Sentence Word Quick 0 votes, asked May 18 by Lara
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what is &#39 ?
I had asked a question, my question was:: What is the meaning of 'would ' in the following sentences? I ...
text Word would modal 0 votes, asked Apr 27 by unique
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what is &#39 ?
I had asked a question, my question was:: What is the meaning of 'would ' in the following sentences? I ...
text Word would modal 0 votes, asked Apr 27 by unique
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how to say....
What is a proper word to use when one wants to say that it is not so easy to find ...
a Word correct proper +1 vote, asked Apr 22 by blal
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Word breaks
I am wondering about word breaks - how to break words at the end of lines. I know a dictionary ...
Word breaks break wordbreak +1 vote, asked Apr 17 by ingela
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use of historic or historical
Which sentnce is correct? The car is parked beside the historic post office. The car is parked beside the historical ...
correct use of the Word +1 vote, asked Mar 25 by Pam
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plagiarism
I got the free copy of Grammarly. When I click to activiate it within a Word document, I see no ...
Word plagiarism 0 votes, asked Feb 27 by Carol Lee
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1 wrong word choice
We climbed down the small hill, and then we sat down on the big rocks on the river’s edge. What ...
wordchoice Word-choice Word choice +1 vote, asked Feb 20 by Catalina
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push against or towards something?
If it is physical, for example, ''I'm pushing my hands towards the floor'' (I mean that I'm doing a force ...
Word Usage Differences +1 vote, asked Feb 02 by Lily
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it's correct to say ''I'm not disagreeing with you'' ?
in a person's original post I commented something that might be confusing, so I decided to add more information by ...
grammar phrases synonyms Word usages 0 votes, asked Jan 28 by Lily
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Article critique/ Reducing the fear of falling among elderly
I need to have my critique of an article for my class checked for grammr, usage, spelling, punctuation, word choice, ...
grammar Usage punctuation spelling Word 0 votes, asked Jan 28 by Cathleen Munoz
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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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word not responding with Grammarly activated or enabled
Running Windows10 and using Word2013: Are there updates available to fix this? I just purchased this software for one year ...
Word unresponsive word2013 windows10 0 votes, edited Nov 16 '15 by Nancy Riley
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reputation/repute
What is the right option? He set up institution of international reputation/repute.
wordusage Word repute reputation +1 vote, asked Oct 28 '15 by Sachin Kumar
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Wordy Introductory Sentence- help!
My introductry sentence is very wordy, and I want to make it shorter yet impactful and keep the same ideas: ...
wordy wordine Word Word-choice 0 votes, asked Oct 20 '15 by ayilah ayilah@gmail.com
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using "all" as an adverb and an adjective
My question is: how do we use the word all as an adjective and as an adverb? When I looked ...
the Word all +2 votes, asked Sep 20 '15 by Phoebe
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Choose the one word or phrase that best completes the sentence.
1.At that moment who......into the room but his first wife.a)was walking b)did walk c)should walk d)walked 2.I bought two antique....carpets.a)red ...
Word 0 votes, asked Sep 07 '15 by Andreea
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companywide or company-wide or company wide
So which is it: companywide, company-wide, or company wide? I believe "companywide" is correct and I have seen it used ...
correct Word spelling 0 votes, asked Aug 21 '15 by Patrick
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Article use for the word "gum"
So when we are speaking to our friends or whoever, we may ask "Do you have gum", or "Can I ...
Articles Word grammar 0 votes, asked Aug 21 '15 by Taylor
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Word Choice: administrator vs administer
What's the difference between an administrator and an administer, and when should I use each?
Word choice 0 votes, asked Jul 23 '15 by fsad
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Can we say "fighting battles"?
The sentence is: "In the game, players create avatars in whose guise they spend hours with other players fighting battles." ...
Word fight fighting Sentence +1 vote, asked Jun 11 '15 by Zhenia Sluisarchuk
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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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