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Which is the Right Sentence structure and Why?
Select the correct suitable alternative which conveys the exact meaning in accordance with the correct grammatical rules A. The priest ...
error correction grammar 0 votes, asked 5 minutes ago by Murali VZ
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Topic Sentence
My thesis statement is, " In Romeo and Juliet, they say that their love is fate, but really, it is ...
0 votes, asked 1 hour ago by Elisa J.
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English passive voice
Why did you bring a puppy Home ?
0 votes, asked 3 hours ago by Yashbharat
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Make sense?
Santa will be doing a live facebook drawing (pulling names out of a hat) on Monday, December 14th. Is "drawing" ...
0 votes, asked 4 hours ago by Colleen Forbes
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I vs me
Which is correct: "That's not going to work for Jack and I" or "That's not going to work for Jack ...
0 votes, asked 7 hours ago by Emily Dunzweiler
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join the sentences with correct coordinating conjunction
1.I shall sit alone.I shall listen to music. 2.I know. He does not think so. 3.He is slow.He is sure. ...
+1 vote, asked 10 hours ago by nusrath
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Grammar
What does Improper Formatting mean and what does it look like?
improper formatting 0 votes, asked 11 hours ago by Saiju
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Can I use all the three form?
Journey to the West was much harder than he had thought; However, it gave him valuable experience. The more he ...
Think get valuable experience 0 votes, asked 13 hours ago by Nin Nin
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Compound word
What is this compound word an open compound, or a hyphenated compound? How to correctly spell: full time/full-time
0 votes, asked 13 hours ago by BLaReina
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Indentifying parts of a sentence
What is the subject, verb, and any complements (direct object, indirect object, subject complement, objective complement) in the sentence "Jason ...
0 votes, asked 13 hours ago by Tori Meklcey
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Please proof and offer suggestions
Dear (New Franchisee) Welcome to the Starbucks Team! Looking forward to dominating the Miami market with you guys. Cheers to ...
0 votes, asked 13 hours ago by Colleen Forbes
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Children
Why are the children making so much noise
0 votes, asked 13 hours ago by Ankit
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Comparison of two nouns
When the usage of it's and its different? Is it's only used when describing ownership?
nouns 0 votes, asked 13 hours ago by countryman96
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use of form of verb with by now
he .... essay by now. options arewrites,wrote, had written, will write
0 votes, asked 14 hours ago by φια κηαλιδ.
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who or that
NJIT, Cornell University, Manhattan College and Stevens Institute of Technology are some of the universities who/that participated exclusive educational program.
who or that 0 votes, asked 14 hours ago by daniecki
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I will lend my new dress. My sister told.
I will lend you my new dress. My sister told.
0 votes, asked 15 hours ago by Strahinja Halilovic
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Apostrophe in surname
Our surname is OaklandShould I writeYou are invited for drinks at the Oakland's or Oaklands
0 votes, asked 16 hours ago by Sarah oakland
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change to passive
Loud thunderstorms frighten oyr dogs
0 votes, asked 16 hours ago by Naman Pant
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To find out people use of mobile phones
Which is your phone company?
0 votes, asked 17 hours ago by Abdallah
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Can someone help correct my grammar?
Can someone help me correct any grammatical errors or incorrect wordings in the short paragraph below? I got a little ...
grammar wording sentence-correction 0 votes, asked 22 hours ago by Michelle Mae
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"Eye for detail and creative" - correct?
"Eye for detail and creative"Is this phrasing on a resume correct? Would it still remain correct even after leaving out ...
adjective 0 votes, asked 1 day ago by jijifus
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Too or either
Statement; "can't wait to see you guys." Response: "can't wait to see you guys too/either!"
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Colleen Forbes
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Lightning
What is the possesive of the NHL team Lightning... Ex. Lightning's or Lighting' 2000 Draft Pick.
Lightning possessive 0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Adam Holzman
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"i'm getting you this" versus "I'm getting this for you"?
correct to say "i'm getting you this" or should you say "I'm getting this for you" instead?
sentence-correction sentence-structure sentence-fragment grammar +1 vote, asked 1 day ago by Danielle Parker
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"From" before a date, without following with "until"
Is it grammatically correct to use "from" before a date without following with "until" or "to"? For example: "From 2012 ...
Prepositions dates +1 vote, asked 1 day ago by Christopher Pumphrey
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miserable/miserably, terrible/terribly, horrible/horribly
She said that she was feeling miserable/miserable so didn't want to come to the event. "How are you feeling?" Horrible/horribly?
+1 vote, asked 1 day ago by Colleen Forbes
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Can anyone help me with this key word transformation?
Can anyone help me with this key word transformation? 1 I learnt a lot about time management from my ex-boss. ...
grammar 0 votes, asked 1 day ago by english1701
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The question has to have something to do with the Holocaust.
Was there anyone from the Nazi Party that prevented Jews from being killed in the Holocaust?
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Danielle
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Most appropriate to use comma, ellipses or parenthesis? Help!
My husband and I are debating what would be most suitable for this sentence. Can somebody help? "Not all those ...
parenthesis comma ellipses 0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Saucer
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Grammar
What does i am awake mean it means that i got up or i currently am awake?
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Anonymous Bawa
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