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Would Have Liked To Do, Would Like To...

I am interested in all opinions from all corners of the Anglo-Saxon world on the following: 1. I would have liked to see him. 2. I would like to have seen him. 3. I would have...

Media Has Or Media Have?

The media [has/have] become more responsible nowadays. Please help me, its very confusing. What does media take has or have? Is it treated as a plural noun, but I believe it...

At, On, In

Hi, I'm a students and I confuse how to makea differences of using at, in, on... please help me

Talk Vs. Speak?

Hello: I have a question about English grammar. When do I use "talk" and when do I use "speak?" I know we "speak English" and we don't "talk English." Are there other times when...

How Do I Introduce Myself?

I has an assignment from my college to introduce myself infront of class. But I don't know to write it because I'm confuse about how to introduce myself and what are the components...

'Than Her' Or 'Than She (Is)'?

Which one is correct? My girlfriend is prettier than 'her or she is'. I think it is 'she is', but is 'her' possible as well? Sounds wrong to me.

Anomalous Conditional Sentences

Which of these sentences is correct? 1. If no information was provided regarding costs, then that would be an area of concern. 2. If no information was provided regarding costs...

Sequence Of Verb Tense?

"Sir, I have read in grammar book that if the main verb is in the past tense then the verb in the subordinate clause will also be in past tense. I tried to follow this rule that...

Definition Of 'Clause'

could anyone give me a precise definition of CLAUSE? Thank you

State Verbs In Continuous Aspect

Hello, Please help me with the following sentence: - Jessica __________ ( a. isn't believing, b. doesn't believe ) what you're saying. The site which that's given at...

The Subjunctive Mood (3)

Hello, Is this a grammatically correct subjunctive sentence? If I were you, I would buy this computer. If I were you and I would buy this computer are two separate clauses? ...

Professional Online Communication

Courtesy of www.netlingo.com: Important Do's and Don'ts regarding Professional Online Communication include: (1) Do not spam. (2) Do not implement mousetrapping. (3) Do...

Few And A Few?

Hi, I think 'a few' in front of a noun conveys a positive-polarity view point; whereas 'few' in front of a noun conveys the negative. I tried to consider the context of a writing...

To 'Pp' A Letter

Please explain how to 'pp' a letter. Help needed urgently How do I pp a letter? in other words if Peters name is at the bottom of the letter how do I (Juliette) sign it for...

Possessive Pronouns Or Adjectives?

My, our, your , etc.... - are they possessive pronouns (which is known from every book on English that I own) or possessive adjectives?

'I Would Like To Have Done' Vs 'I Would...

YUK: I would have liked to have been there [ too much verb! ] Which do we all prefer? I would like to have been there or I would have liked to be there. Same? No difference...

May Vs Might

Would we use ‘may’ or ‘might’ in the sentence below? Is there a specific rule in choosing the correct variant every time? “She contacted me to say that the cashier may/might...

Serial Or Oxford Comma

Is the use of the serial comma ever wrong? Would you personally use it consistently in your writing? Thank you.

Countable And Uncountable Nouns

I am quite confused about the usage of countable nouns and singular countable nouns. I would like to know about their usages. I will try to explain those with some examples. 1...

How Many Tenses Are There In English?

How many tenses are there in English?

Noun Attributive Vs Possessive

How do you distinguish when a noun is used as a noun attributive rather than being in possessive form and vice-versa? "hotel windows" or "hotel's windows" "car radio" or "car...

Have To And Must

In what situation should I use 「have to」 and「must」 properly? 「Have to」 is used for the opinion from the outside and「must」 has been heard use to the thing that I thought of. Please...

A, An, The

i am a graduate student need to help about an article "a" "an" and "the"?

Subjunctive Mood (1)

Hi: I have a question about the difference between indicative mood and subjunctive. As far as the verb form is concerned, is the sentence "If I died, he wouldn't cry" a statement...

Absolute Clauses

Here is a quote from "A Thousand Splendid Suns" by Khaled Hosseini: Sometimes, at day's end, the cook at the buffet-style restaurant let Rasheed bring home a few leftovers-as...
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