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Why Be Anonymous?

Appropriate Preposition?

"I have included the project on the list"- here please let me know whether on or in should be appropriate preposition for this statement and why

What Would You Sày If You Want To See...

Suppose you ordered a suit from the trailor shop online because you cant go to the shop due to the Koronavirus pandemic and you want to see the progress so you tell them to send...

What Is The Wrong In This Sentence ?

The marquess was the executor of her husband's estate. The book tells it is wrong, so what's the wrong with? ...

Is The Question Clear?

If you want someone to buy something for you and give someone just a brand name that makes so many types of products but same propose, Should you expect a person to get you a...

Animal Sounds?

What sound does a dog make when it is running/walking around the house/flat? (the sound of its claws on the floor) Does is tap? or click? ...

Usage - Political Dynamism/Unless/ Transaction...

Could anyone tell whether these terms sound correct or not. Political dynamism/ Political dynasty These political leaders have been governing this state for decades and see...

What Does "You're Split" Mean?

What does "You're split" mean?

What Is The Meaning Of "It Is Very Telling...

Hello What is the meaning of "It is very telling"? "It is very telling, as it conjures up an image of a lack of clarity and accurate perception of what is there." ...

Most Of / None Of + Uncountable Nouns...

Most of the water is spent on irrigation. None of the milk is spoilt. Are the above sentences correct? Can we use "most of" and "none of" for uncountable nouns?

My Mom Won't Mind?

Can you please explain "won't mind"? Oh, Frosty, you just can't melt! Oh, Karen, don't you get all slushy too. What is it, Hocus? Out the window? A refrigerated boxcar on...

I Intended (On) Doing Something (?)?

Dear Users, Is the verb " intend " usually followed by the preposition " on " the same way that " plan " is? Or is it followed by a to infinitive ? 1) I initially intended on...

He Can't Ski Or He Can't Go Skiing?

Which is correct: "He can't ski" or "He can't go skiing"? If both are possible, do they mean the same thing? If not, when should I use each of them? Thank you. ...

Which Of You?

Which is correct? Which of you are coming? Which of you is coming? Who of you are coming? Who of you are coming? Thank you ...

Sentence Structure?

Hi teachers! Can anyone tell me whether or not the word 'with' is necessary here? I was watching random stuff on YouTube and happened to come across with one of the games I...

'Today Is Thursday' Or 'Today It's Thursday...

Which of these two sentences is correct: "Today is Thursday" or "Today it's Thursday"? Are they both correct? And what about "It's Thursday today"? And if I want to...

Question About Sentences?

Dear all, Kindly tell me whether the following sentences are correct. If yes, kindly tell me the difference in their meaning. 1) Why don't you be a teacher next year? 2) Why...

You Are Speaking With Fear.

You are speaking with fear. You are speaking with nervous. Are these sentence correct? ...

Feelings Of..

Hi Excuse me, I ask this question twice. In the following statement, can I consider "feelings of too much information" to "feelings caused by too much information"? "It is worth...

Could Anyone Proofread This ?

This small article is about the current situation in J&K. The abrogation of Article 370 has created a political chaos in the state. Some political leaders have been imprisoned...

Deploy Tools, Serve Questions?

Hi, 1) "When it comes to maths, my friend knows how to deploy the right tools to find the correct answer." Is 'deploy' too formal or can it be used? 2) "I hate not knowing what...

Discardable?

Is it correct to say: a) "These are discardable gloves." b) "These are discardable masks." Note: By this, I mean that these gloves and masks are just to be used once...

Adjectives?

1. Do these sentences make sense: a) "I'm sure that any well-developed person agrees that the most important thing one can learn is to know how to think." b) "I'm sure...

Adjectives?

1. Are both these sentences correct: a) "I feel certain to say that that you will always learn something new until you die." b) "I feel positive to say that that you...

Is "Consisting Of" The Right Option In...

Hi, Is "consisting of" the right option in this sentence? "This study aimed to evaluate the attitudes, the willingness to purchase, and the necessity of labeling GMFs among 203...

Worse Off & Better Off?

When would one say “better off” or “worse off” rather than simply “better” or “worse”?
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