Ending A Sentence With "Are" Or "Is"?

I would love to know what the grammar rule is here. For example: I want to know what his name is. She wants to see where the puppies are.

Did You Eat? OR Have You Eaten?

Hello everyone! This is the fist post in my "Past Simple vs. Present Perfect series" and my first post ever. I will appreciate any comments you may have. CONTEXT: We have a mother...

Leave Letter For Exam.

Dear Sir, Sub:- Leave application due to M.B.A exam. Dear Sir, This is to inform you that my M.B.A exam on 4th April, 2010. I will be appeared this exam, so I want to leave...

Help Me Answer This Scholarship Question...

1. Explain what new skills and knowledge you expect to gain from the scholarship awards of Master of Science in Finance? Please be as specific as possible 2. Explain how these...

Apostrophe Use With Proper Name Ending...

Where the subjects of this sentence have a last name of "Sosta", which is correct? "Over the past twelve years, the Sosta’s have developed a reputation as two of the more personable...

Choose The Correct Answer?

Hello Please which one is correct? 1- By this time tomorrow we ..... the meeting. A- will have B- will have had C- are having D- will had had 2. ..... orange juice in the fridge...

How Do I Correctly Quote What Someone...

Quoting what someone else said?

What Is The Difference Between 'Keen On...

Is it "She seems very keen to talk to him" or "She seems very keen on talking to him"? What is the difference between 'keen on' and 'keen to'? Thanks.

"Dangerous" English?

Dear teachers -- below are just a few of many quite embarrasing mistakes that unwary english students sometimes make she is a call girl -- instead of she is a call office girl...

Can A Noun Or Noun Phrase Be Used To Appositively...

The basic trend of art has been naturalistic, a characteristic already evident as early as the Three Kindoms period. In this sentence, what does "a characteristic" refer to?...

One Of The Plural Or Singular?

One of the + PLURAL NOUN + that/who/ + PLURAL VERB - “He is one of the persons who make money.” - “This is one of the cars that run on hydrogen.” Is this right?

Same / Same Too?

which is the common way to say? Situation: There was an ice cream vendor selling ice cream at the roadside. Vendor: What flavours do you want? A: I would like a chocolate...

A Cow Vs The Cow?

my problem : A cow has four legs. The cow has four legs. Cows have four legs. The cows have four legs Which of the sentences is suitable for telling generally about...

Dorm Room?

Hello, I'd like to ask you what is the equivalent of "dorm room" in British English. Is it a hall room, perhaps? Thank you ...

Have You Ever See "5555" From Your Thai...

As the topic above , Have you ever see "5555" from your Thai friend chat ? Do you know the meaning ?

Unenrol?

Hi, When I want to drop from an exam and sign up for a different one at a later time, can I say ‘unenrol’ or ‘sign out of’? We use an online portal to do it. Thank you. ...

'The Impossible We Do Immediately, Miracles...

Hello there, Does anyone know the origin of this saying? There might be different versions. Thanks a lot in advance. Regards, Michael

Any Language,Any Web

you wanted to learn a language but you didn't know where there are a good websites? here some list of website,ABC Order Arabic ah...of course there are more websties,if you...

Tense To Comment On A Story?

Hi. How would the use of a present tense would be different from the use of a past tense in the underlined part? There are hints in the story that he did things differently...