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Why Be Anonymous?

Grammar?

Is this sentence gramatically correct- Tom memorized everything and wrote verbative from the book. Thanks ...

Grammar?

Hi teachers, can anyone tell me whether or not I used the tense of the ubderlined word correctly? I had a rough day. I was late for class and decided not to come in because I...

Question About Sentences?

Dear all, Kindly tell me which of the following sentences is correct. 1) Mary and Tom shut their phone off before going to bed. 2) Mary and Tom shut their phones off before going...

Please Help Me Understand This Sentence...

I don't understand this sentence, please help me with it: Tourism is a leisure activity which presupposes it's opposite namely regulated or organized work. Thanks in advance...

Examples Of Gerund As Appositive?

examples of gerund as appositive

Which One Is Grammatically Correct?

As requested, we will reserve your order, but we have only 10 pieces in stock. Your request was for 12 pieces As stated below, we have only 10 pieces in stock, we will reserve...

A Letter To The Adults!?

Dear Adults! Currently, the new Coronavirus named Covid-19 is rapidly spreading alongside complex, unpredictable variations. Because of this, some places where many people are...

A Wedding Dress Being Modelled On An American...

The description below is about this installation by Rober Gober. 1. Does " The wedding dress was sewn by Gober and modelled on an American doll " mean: a) Gober has used...

Will Have Been Doing?

Hello! Could you help me, please, with Future perfect Continuous? As I understand, we use this tense in two cases: 1`) we want to show how long an action will last by a certain...

Lie Or Lay?

I learnt in school that the verb “lie” is only used as an intransitive verb while “lay” can be either depending upon the context. I clearly understand we should say “someone...

Camped Up?

Hi teachers. Could I say "camped up" or "set up camp" in this context to mean that they have set up trailers and tents from where they can operate from? 1. The police have camped...

Do These Sentences Mean The Same?

1) Can we go home now? 2) Can we go back now? ...

Will Have Been / Will Be / Is Taken Care...

Dear Users, Here's a quote from a certain TV show: A: So sometime n ext week? B: I hope it's taken care of by then. I'm curious when one would need to use will be taken...

Sentence Structure Analysis?

The film won four Oscars , the most of the evening, in what amounted to a historic upset of the Hollywood elite. I In the above sentence, i have two questions. 1. Why no preposition...

The Meaning Of “Have Learned It To Our...

Hi there, I read a sentence that has been confusing me: “So finally, we have learned it to our unbearably bloody lessons that this is essentially SARS 2.0?” What’s the usage...

Could/Couldn't/Can/Can't Have Done By...

‎1.The spaceship couldn't have reached the correct altitude by the time the rockets separate from it. 2.The spaceship could have reached the correct altitude by the time...

Question About Sentences?

Dear all, Kindly tell me whether the following sentences are correct. 1) Did you manage to reach there on time? 2) Could you manage to reach there on time? Thank you. ...

The Meaning Of “Have Learned It To Our...

Hi there, I read a sentence “So finally, we have learned it to our unbearably bloody lessons that this is essentially SARS 2.0” in which the usage of “it to our lessons” has...

Use Of The Phrase “Make A Separation”...

I need to know whether it is correct to use the word “make” in the phrase “make a separation” when referring to separating someone or something. Are the following statements...

Camped Up?

Hi teachers. Could I say "camped up" or "set up camp" in this context to mean that they have set up trailers and tents from where they can operate from? 1. The police have camped...

Use Of The Phrase “Make A Separation”...

I need to know whether it is correct to use the word “make” in the phrase “make a separation” when referring to separating someone or something. Are the following statements...

Is This Grammatically Correct?

Greetings warriors! "There (in the place) there are 4 people" Is this sentence grammatically correct? ...

Is This Grammatically Correct?

"There (in that place) there are four people"

Added Some Points To It/Added Some Points...

Please find attached the updated file. I have added some/more points to/in it. Is this sentence correct?

Pronunciation?

How do you pronounce the word Director?
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