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There are so many anonymous posts lately! It's much more interesting for the volunteers to answer posts from people with names. Please register and pick a screen name, especially if you are going to ask several questions. Thank you! Click here to register
 
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Could you correct 2 sentences? She kept spacing our meetings out longer until finally she stopped coming to our meetings. When you have a baby girl, you can never eat your dinner in one go without being interrupted by cries. Thanks
 
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Can somone please help me to give some word(s) that help me to start several arguments in a enumeration. What are some synonyms for "First of all" & "To begin with"?
 
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Hello all,  please look at the following sentence; Systems with temperature monitors will often shut down when the CPU gets too hot To protect them . 1. Is this sentence completely correct grammatically? I have doubt!  2. What is the situation of the word monitors here? Verb or adj? 3. To what things the word them returns to? Thank you all.
 
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Females are not appointed in our college
 
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Is it redundant to use the phrase 'wide gamut'?
 
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She has done art related coursework.
 
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I am not sure whether to use WAS or WERE in this sentence...Can anyone help? None of my friends ________ in the library.
 
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Please someone help me to understand the reason why you need to use present perfect tense for this sentence. Mine : You can just wait at home and the UBER app lets you know when the taxi arrives. Corrected sentence : You can just wait at home and the UBER app lets you know when the taxi has arrived.
 
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We're required to use a comma before the name of a person when we're thanking them (Thank you, [Name]). I was just wondering if this rule is the same when we're thanking God?
 
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--Jenny was cleaning the room for me when I returned home. --Such is her character. She () others! 1.is always thinking of 2.always thinks of Which one is correct?
 
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My sentence was corrected as follows. Please someone help me to understand why my sentence was corrected as follows. Mine : However, I sometimes have difficulties coming up with what to write. Corrected sentence : However, I sometimes have difficulty coming up with what to write.
 
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Can someone please check if my sentence makes any sense? Is it 'in spite of' or 'despite of'? Information: My regression result shows that the variable 'rail lines' is negatively correlated with economic output. I'm 100% sure that this is because during my period of investigation the number of rail lines dropped, and economic output increased. The sentence I'm unsure about: Hence, this relationship appears to be the result of economic growth in spite of a decrease in the number of rail lines. Previous sentences: In contrast, the variable ‘Rail lines’ reports a negative and significant impact on economic output. However, correlation does not imply causation. To put it another way, a correlation between two variables does not necessarily imply that one causes the other (Aldrich, 1995). All things considered, it seem totally illogical to claim that eliminating a way of transportation would maximize economic performance.
 
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its very difficult to be withot speaking with the person whom u like is the sentence crct
 
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The fact finding committee has not made any advancement a) progress b) improvement c) No improvement Answer as per my book is (a) But as per my understanding, 'advancement' also means 'progress' . Please assist.
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In the following sentence, the word 'of' to connect two equivalent phrases is omitted. We can offer you a job ( of ) cleaning cars . Is the omission like that permitted at every exam and is it quite the thing in the spoken English? Can I take it the omission like that is the same as the 'a common noun plus a proper noun' pattern as in the follwing sentence. I love this book 'Of Human Bondage' more than any other books.; There isn't a comma between a common noun and a proper noun. (I really like the book and have read it three times until now.)
 
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Hi teahers, 1. 65 million people in its path. 2. There's a large area of the coast that may be impacted by th edangerous storm surge on its path. Would you tell me how to understand them? The difference Thanks. Tinanam
 
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XYZ Company has been established for more than ten years. Is the sentence fine? Thanks.
 
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Is this question correct? "Who does she take after?" Thanks
 
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hi, What mean of for some time now and has been in sentences: - He has gone to live abroad. He.............. abroad for some time now. a) has gone b) when c) has been d) did go and b is anwser correc
 
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Don't say lie. Don't tell lie. Which one is correct.
 
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I'm not sure how afraid I should've been of the teacher when I was in elementary school. ****************** Hello.... Isn't there any possibility that the sentence above can be understood to mean "I'm not sure how afraid I was of the teacher when I was in elementary school"?
 
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Hi, Please correct the mistakes in the sentence below: It doesn't matter how you look like there. Thank you. H.
 
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I have sent a mail, please check. is sentence rite?
 
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I have submitted the form to grant administrative access to James Tomblin in the morning. Just wanted to enquire if it is done.
 
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