Questions tagged with word-choice

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Usage, word choice
I was translating a letter from Turkish to English. I am not sure that the sentence have meaning in English ...
Usage Word Word-choice meaning Literally 0 votes, asked Oct 07 by Mehmet
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What's better than "premiere" but still not the best?
Looking for an adjective that says it is better than the "premiere" product level and almost the best but not ...
Word-choice 0 votes, asked Sep 14 by Justatech
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Word choice help for story tagline
I'm not sure if the word extinguish is the best word to use. It's the correct cadence for the tagline, ...
tagline Word-choice word-usage phrasing 0 votes, asked Aug 23 by ria
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Usage of "don't" with "be"
Is it right to say: "I don't usually be online at that time." Or simply "I don't be online in ...
grammar Word-choice 0 votes, asked Aug 17 by Hhhhh
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Grammar usage and word choice for a sentence.
I was honored to be admitted to the blah department, where I spent the next 4 years learning courses like ...
essay essay-reviews grammarcheck Structure Word-choice 0 votes, asked Aug 03 by Aravind M
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Extra vs Some: She enjoys having some more / extra money to spend on clothes
The question below is from my English exercise book Choose the one option - a, b, c or d - ...
Word-choice word-usage meaning 0 votes, asked Jul 25 by Quan
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What's the problem with this? "Word Choice"
The second attempt to colonize the Americas was commenced by Spain and was successful since they had major advantages over ...
Word-choice Sentence easy columbus 0 votes, asked Jul 19 by Silvia Blanco
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Japanese word choice
I'm trying to say "Thank you for having me here today." (or even "Thank you for inviting me here today") ...
Word-choice Japanese 0 votes, asked Jul 04 by Luna Perry
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What word could I use for describing a tail getting out of a skirt?
I'm writing something in a fantasy setting, and I have a half-wolf half-human character, who's actually almost a fully human ...
Word-choice 0 votes, asked Jun 13 by Kaio Augusto
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Word choice
Is it correct to say 'Deserts expand on 10,3 acres?'
word-usage Word-choice correction say 0 votes, asked Jun 08 by Eileen
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Is this the correct use of both words and syntax?
Is this the correct use of both words and syntax? Quote, "Know thyself amidst changing tides".
quote syntax Word-choice word-usage 0 votes, asked May 21 by natasha
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Is that difficult to understand the sentence?
The plane crashed into the building then it falls down and its bombs exploding. "Exploding" is the correct word choice?
word-usage Word-choice 0 votes, asked May 19 by Akin Can
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Word choice
I have been writing papers and articles and when I cross check it with gramarly I mostly get error of ...
Style sentence-structure Word-choice 0 votes, asked May 01 by james nguma philip
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Chose the right option to complete sentence
It is important for the president ______ seen as a threat 1. that she wasn't 2. to not be 3. ...
Word-choice +1 vote, asked Apr 30 by Angela Philstine
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Term for "machine lifespan"
What is the proper term to describe the lifespan of a machine? For example, the lifespan of a washing machine ...
Synonym terms Word-choice +1 vote, asked Apr 25 by JAK0723
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which sentence is correct?
Which sentence is "the most" correct or can they all be used: a) I never thought it would end. b) ...
Sentence Word-choice sentence-structure +1 vote, asked Apr 19 by Clint
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What's the problem? (Word Choice)
It was a delight to see that a female candidate had applied for an internship in operations; we are a ...
Word-choice 0 votes, asked Mar 29 by Inayat Nakai
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"Purporting" a cause - vs - "Supporting" a cause
I read this sentence recently in a newspaper article regarding the health care system in U.S: "If elected, Donald Trump ...
vocabulary Word-choice meaning context +1 vote, asked Mar 06 by Hussain Murtaza
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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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Word search of a particular
Culturally diverse but again united all a whole What would you call this type of nation?
Word-choice cultural nation diversity +1 vote, asked Nov 27 '15 by Sanjoy Roy
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3. Is this the right expression to use when I kept labeling something by mistake and promise not to do ...
Word-choice 0 votes, asked Nov 16 '15 by Es shin
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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
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Grammar and word choice
I have been beginning to hear the phrase "at the weekend" more frequently than the phrase "on the weekend." It ...
weekend Word-choice 0 votes, asked Aug 22 '15 by Christopher Todd
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Correct use of word
If someone were to be exposed to something could I say they were "under exposure"? In the same way that ...
Worduse Word-choice expose 0 votes, asked Jul 10 '15 by Chris
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The word 'unreachable'
Quite often, I find the word 'unreachable' used by network carriers in their user guides. e.g. To forward incoming calls ...
Word-choice wording 0 votes, asked Jun 10 '15 by Abdul Quadir
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Is this short announcement grammatical? is it readable?
BTW, the rules of St. Patrick affect nearby parishes and communities. "In accordance with the guidelines of the Parish of ...
grammar Word-choice readability 0 votes, asked Mar 28 '15 by Jay
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Where or were?
Hello, Sorry silly question but which one applies for the following sentence: Food passes through the mouth where accessory organs ...
Word-choice Word grammar Sentence 0 votes, asked Feb 20 '15 by Saab
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since or as
I frequently hear people using "as" when I think they should be using "since". Is there a rule for when ...
grammar Word-choice 0 votes, asked Dec 01 '14 by Jody Lee Kelly
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Word Choice
I thought I asked this before but was not logged in so when I logged in I lost it. Does ...
Word-choice 0 votes, asked Oct 23 '14 by Tony Chamberlain
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Use incalescence in a sentence?
Could you help me out by telling me if this sentence is worded right? "She hands you a piece and ...
english Word-choice homework help Sentence 0 votes, asked Sep 11 '14 by Lucy
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