Questions tagged with words

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access and excess
pair words 0 votes, asked Aug 05 by iookynjai sungoh
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Usage of "Materials"
Isn't it incorrect to say "two materials which may be recycled" ? Shouldn't one instead say, for example, "two types ...
problem words 0 votes, asked Aug 04 by Najiana Wan Balbir
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Numeric or Words preferred in sentence.
Which sentence is more correct given below?. 1 or 2 1 Employees Feedback can be useful who complete 1,2,3 ...
service years numeric words organisation 0 votes, asked Jul 06 by Prashant Akerkar
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Is there a word for a word that someone hears often but doesn't know the meaning to?
Is there a word for a word that someone hears often but never has learned the formal definition to and ...
words define 0 votes, asked Jun 21 by Florin Langer
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Numbers
In writing, would I have to write a number in word form or not, read the following? "Jackson had 13 ...
numbers words can I 0 votes, asked Jun 17 by Rachel M
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Three verbs in a sentence.
"One of my favorite things to do is go for afternoon cycling." Explain the grammar,why "is" and "go" used here ...
words grammar grammarcorrection 0 votes, asked Apr 05 by Bipul
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Jumbled words and sentences
The main problem is that using like 15 words I have to create 8 sentences. What words can I use ...
Sentence sentence-structure words jumble 0 votes, asked Mar 28 by 1234
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Outdanced or Out danced
Hello! I have a question about the word "outdanced"--as in, "he outdanced everyone else at the prom" or "I will ...
verb correct two words outdance 0 votes, asked Nov 28 '15 by meaganearthur
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Removing words from 'My Dictionary'
How can added words to 'My Dictionary' be removed?
dictionary words removing +3 votes, asked Nov 25 '15 by Mahd H
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Searching for a word
When you buy a new TV, refrigerator, washing machine, etc. you would find that they have padding at all sides ...
words 0 votes, edited Nov 18 '15 by Abdul Quadir
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Can you correct this sentence
She is willing to help us out in exchange for her help I will be taking care of any financial ...
sentence-structure words 0 votes, asked Jun 19 '15 by candy bella
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appendable
Is appendable a word ? How could you describe something with the ability to be appended to something else? Eg. ...
Word words question 0 votes, asked Feb 24 '15 by Julian Caruana
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Are Arrival and Arrivals the same word
I want to know if arrival and arrivals the same word
same words arrival 0 votes, asked Nov 03 '14 by Angel Montoya
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Does this Sentence make sense?
I was completely blinded of who you really were by who I wanted you to be
words Sentence grammar 0 votes, asked Dec 17 '13 by IX
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Help me with my sentence please.
Can I say: She puts her hand underneath the water .. and what would be a better description?
Sentence words Word-choice Style 0 votes, asked Nov 15 '13 by user22
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Is this sentence fine?? Plz. correct me if it's wrong.
When you always have no one to talk to, you might just have to write it all down.
sentences grammar Style words +1 vote, edited Oct 19 '13 by user22
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"Argue the merit"
Hi, Just wondering what "argue the merit" means. With a sentence like "Scientists argue the merits of jogging daily", do ...
words 0 votes, asked Sep 12 '13 by James
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Word Usage: Principal and Principle
Dear Grammarly Community, I'm not sure if many of you get tripped up by principal and principle, but I always ...
words grammar 0 votes, asked Aug 20 '13 by Taylor Ryan
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Problems with 5 Sentences (Historic and Historical)
I was wondering if any one out there could tell me if historic/ historical are used correctly in these few ...
words grammar 0 votes, asked Aug 20 '13 by Lisa
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Does "Might" and "May" mean the same thing?
Hi everyone, I just joined the community, and I’m hoping somebody can educate me on the difference between might and ...
words confusion 0 votes, asked Aug 20 '13 by Serene Coleman
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Effect vs Affect
My ego has been affected by my lack of understanding between the words “effect” and “affect”. I was reading through ...
words grammar confused 0 votes, asked Aug 20 '13 by Jeremy Carter
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Capitol of a City or Capital of a City?
Hi guys, I thought I got my English sorted out till I came across these two words. For the life ...
words confusion grammar 0 votes, asked Aug 20 '13 by Mandy Lopez
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Grammar and story telling
“I held that meeting for them,” Sarah said, tilting her head towards Sally and Noah, “not for you.” Does this ...
Style Sentence Structure grammar words 0 votes, asked Aug 15 '13 by user22
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doubt in the use of words
which of them is the right one? a)By profession he is a doctor . b)In profession he is a doctor ...
words 0 votes, asked Aug 07 '13 by satyajit
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doubt in the use of words
which of them is the right one? a)By profession he is a doctor . b)In profession he is a doctor ...
words 0 votes, asked Aug 07 '13 by satyajit
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what word and why
Hi, I am having a little difficulty with this sentence and hope someone can help. The sound was terrifying and ...
words correct Usage 0 votes, asked May 14 '13 by Lee
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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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Want suggestions about my choice of words
First of all, I obsessed with grammar and sentence structure always. I want to give a tagline to my blog. ...
Sentence words tagline 0 votes, asked Feb 15 '13 by Prakash Bala
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words concise
how to make this less wordy. Bob provided an explaniation of the computer to his grandma. A) bob gave his ...
grammar concise english words 0 votes, asked Feb 12 '13 by shannonst
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concise words
How to make this sentence this wordy He found his neighbor who lived next door to be attractive in appearence. ...
words grammar help concise english 0 votes, asked Feb 12 '13 by shannonst
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