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If there are two past tenses in direct speech, should we change both into past perfect?
Sanded said, "when I got there, the place was almost empty. " Here, 'got' and 'was' are past tenses. So, ...
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Got/gotten
He has got/gotten worse at night- doesn't sleep.
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Can Grammarly Plagiarism checker check my whole website automatically?
Can my paid Grammarly service crawl my entire website to check for plagiarism - or do I have to copy ...
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Being taken over
I was really interested to hear that the team on J6, the Adult Cystic Fibrosis (CF) Unit, are working with ...
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"That" or "Which"?
I was told that "which", and not "that", is correct in the following statement: "When you say passionate love, you ...
which that +1 vote, asked Apr 27 by Boone
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Informing unable to attend the meeting
Sorry to inform that I am not available for today's meeting
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Of vs for preposition
Please explain to me the use of preposition "for and "of" in the following:Department of Health butDepartment for Pension and ...
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Proper Word Choice
Does this make sense? He advised that gutters were rescheduled to be installed on Monday, May 1 due to rain.
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make yes/no question
We do not smoke in public places.
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Proper Word Choice
Which is correct for a bullet point: Installation of siding is scheduled for Monday, May 1. or Siding installation is ...
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Grammar check please
Hi, Apologies if it doesn't concern you, I am looking for a swap for the Saturday-19/08/2017 as I will be ...
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verb tense
Which is correct: Today we drive to the town. Or Today we drove to the town.
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choose or to choose
which is correct and why: "I will help you choose the images" or "I will help you to choose the ...
Infinitive verb 0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Alena
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Article THE
Choose the correct option A) The Hindus worship the idolsB) Hindus worship idolsC) Hindus worship the idols
article the 0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Hadiqa
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Checking if sentence is correct
Is this sentence correct? : I love culture.
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Noun clauses in the subject complement position.
The problem was that leaving was not an option. I take that to be S + LV + noun clause ...
subject complement noun clause +1 vote, asked Apr 27 by Edward
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meaning of expression
What does "they said it would be a while, sorry" mean ?
while 0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Saurab Raj
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copy and paste
How to I copy and paste onto and from to Microsoft word?
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My friend
Is it ok to say you simply out did yourself ?
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Would be easier
Trump says he thought being president would be easierI read the above headline in the Time of India.What is the ...
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Is it correct to say that I had gone to attend marriage?
Is it correct to say that I had gone to attend marriage?
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An actor, a touch of sadness
Vinod Khanna: An actor with a touch of sadnesshttps://m.rediff.com/movies/column/vinod-khanna-an-actor-with-a-touch-of-sadness/20170428.htm I know that the "actor" is a singular countable noun so ...
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A correct usage of verb
In the following sentence, Each of them (is/has) a different color. Which verb is correct?If is is correct, pls let ...
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Should I be using who or whom and do I need to change other words?
The president I researched is William Henry Harrison, who/whom was the ninth U.S. president, was born on February 9, 1773 ...
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Please tell me whether it is a right sentence or not!!
'He is still being admired today by many people around the world.'Is is a okay to write like this?? And ...
grammarcheck 0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Kayoung
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to see vs to have seen
Hello, I have a question regarding the usage of to see and to have seen. Not just this verb though ...
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Passive voice negative interrogative sentences
(Amn't I being charged) or (Am I not being charged) which one is correct or both are correct
passive-voice +1 vote, asked Apr 27 by Veerambhatt
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help me please; 's/his
I've been told I make grammar mistakes with his and 's can someone help me out and give me a ...
0 votes, asked Apr 27 by Sleepy Ash
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Make sense
"Please see attached Florida specific tables." I am trying to stress the fact that the tables (information) are specific to ...
0 votes, asked 1 day ago by Colleen Forbes
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What a momentum, "with" preposition at the end
NEW DELHI: What a momentum to start the year with! I understand the meaning of the sentence completely.Please explain to ...
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