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layout/ format
what's the difference between "layout" and "format", their meaning?
0 votes, asked Sep 27 by Shirley Liu
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which one is correct
we would stay back today or we will stay back today
+1 vote, asked Sep 27 by Manoj Madaan
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delivery is made after three weeks starting from the date of full payment
delivery is made after three weeks starting from the date of full payment.
0 votes, asked Sep 27 by anum
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not that
Not that I expect you to accept that as an excuse, of course. How do you think this Not that? ...
0 votes, asked Sep 27 by zero plus one
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To check grammatical error
Do you always give your suggestions unwantedly?
0 votes, asked Sep 27 by Suchitra.c
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Get your real to wake your dream?
Hello! I'm going to make a poster and I'm not sure if this is true or not "Get your real ...
0 votes, asked Sep 27 by ummifasolasido
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What does this sentence mean?
"Well insurance company didn't listen to me and put Dr. Citta as his primary." My friend is trying to tell ...
0 votes, asked Sep 27 by Ryan
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Contraction of 'Is', Here's, He's
I saw a T'Shirt printed with the line, 'RELAX. The Bass Player's Here'. I think the sentence 'Player's Here' is ...
+1 vote, asked Sep 27 by Thiagarajan
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Primary level or comparative level
Recently I read a sentence. Men suffering anxiety are twice as likely to have cancer. I wonder if I can ...
0 votes, asked Sep 27 by Josh Lee
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Appropriate to add commas around a name that's in the middle of a sentence?
Would it be necessary to add commas around a name when congratulating him/her but not directly? For example, if I ...
comma 0 votes, asked Sep 27 by Brian
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Use of different tenses in a sentence
Can we use different tenses by joining two sentences with `and`?As past indefinite in first part and perfect in second
0 votes, asked Sep 26 by rudra pratap singh
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English Grammar
Which is the correct grammar for the below sentence: 1. Tomorrow I would like to meet with you to discuss ...
0 votes, asked Sep 26 by Micheala Michelle
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Which sentence makes more sense? Which sentence would be proper English?
"I am curious to learn how she looks." Or " I am curious to know how she looks."
+1 vote, asked Sep 26 by Aviance
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i need the answer
what is the possessive form for document
+1 vote, asked Sep 26 by Janeisha Rodgers
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part of speech
Hi, What part of speech is "Tuesday" and "night" in the following sentence? Andrea gave Jason an invitation to her ...
0 votes, asked Sep 26 by Megan
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Bruno has told me to convey his wishes
0 votes, asked Sep 26 by Hari Prasad
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Asking questions - part 4
Please, don't do this. First of all, this is asking someone to do your work for you. Second, when your ...
+3 votes, asked Sep 26 by Lewis Neidhardt
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The word "Only"
Hello Which if these is incorrect - if any - if all are correct which one of them is powerful ...
0 votes, asked Sep 26 by Ma Abdeen
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correct the sentence
correct the sentence: three fifths of the money have already been spent
0 votes, asked Sep 26 by Mushthaq PC
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Is it a hotelier or an hotelier
Is it a hotelier or an hotelier ?
+1 vote, asked Sep 26 by kanu Chaudhary
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Shoots or shots with a gun?
Hello there, thanks for your attention first; i want to know which is correct:The sniper had successful shots with his ...
0 votes, asked Sep 26 by Newenglishman
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Does this make sense?
I'm not sure how to phrase this sentence and it does not sound quite right, I would really appreciate any ...
sense Sentence Emotives Phrase +1 vote, asked Sep 26 by Arnae Caltaux
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narration
Change the narration of the following sentences from direct to indirect speech using appropriate reporting verbs 1. His mother said ...
0 votes, asked Sep 26 by satyajit majumder
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Non profit donate vs contribute
So my friend and I run a non profit and are about to make boards, flyers etc.. Is it better ...
0 votes, asked Sep 26 by Scott Taylor
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Nail it
Hi the last time I was reading an articule about college and I came across this phrase and it said... ...
0 votes, edited Sep 26 by constance touchard
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Comma before 'just'?
Is a comma supposed to go before 'just' in this sentence, or does a period/semicolon go instead? Sentence: "I don't ...
comma 0 votes, asked Sep 25 by Brian
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Make sense in an informal setting?
When replying to the question: how is everything going? Response: all is good, thanks.
0 votes, asked Sep 25 by Colleen Forbes
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choose the answer
the girls _____ their lunch yet ( did not eat\have not eaten\ has not eaten) last year we ___ to ...
0 votes, asked Sep 25 by bashayer
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Absent note
Due to my illness I was unable to send Syndrela on friday
0 votes, asked Sep 25 by Sushmita das
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Using "of the" in a sentence
"What continued to nag at him was that there was nothing else that seemed to be missing or disturbed, the ...
of the 0 votes, edited Sep 26 by Patiance23
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