• Too many irrelevant search results? Adding specific keywords to search requests can greatly narrow-down search results, and can yield emerging trends. Since emerging trends per-se receive very little (yet growing) attention; a reduction in the ...
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    In the below paragraph, I cannot figure out what "them" exactly stands for? It seems "students" at first, but it also seems to be scientists. In a Webster dictionary, a verb 'train' can have both 'agent' and 'patient' subject. Can you give me the ...
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    "A survey by national council of Churches showed that in 1986 there were 20,736 females ministers, almost 9 percent of the nation's clergy, a number double that of 1977" Is there any error in this sentence-specially with usage of that in the last ...
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    1) He was as handsome a young man as ever walked along the streets of London." 2) He is as handsome as the young man I don't understand the word order of the first sentence in the above. Is it possible ' He was as handsome as a young man ever ...
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    1. I realise using 'one' is stuffy in some reigons. Anway, which is the best pronoun to use to replace the nouns in bold? "During an opposition's counter-attack, should one be expected to beat one's opposite number into one's own third- the danger ...
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    Hello, everybody! I would like to ask whether it sounds correct to say "it is boys who often take offense" I mean with the view of emphasizing the word "boys" It's all very clear with singular, but when it comes to plural, can I use the same ...
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    Sentence 2: It left her unable to see or hear. Name the pronoun(s) in sentense 2. Give the person,gender, and number?
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    Hi there, I have been trying to figure out the rules for using pronouns right after the word either but I can't get a clear picture. Here's an example: 1) You will find a cup at either ends of the table. 2) You will find a cup at either end of ...
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    I've the sentence as below: "It accounted for 90 million procedures, which is less than 90% of the total procedures..." Can the above be changed as "It accounted for 90 million procedures, which are less than 90% of the total procedures..."? I feel ...
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