On/For Which The Guide Price?
Dear Friends, Which preposition is correct: I want to sell my house, on/for ...
Stay At/In Hotels
When you're talking about what hotel you stayed or are staying at, I understand the...
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Preposition 'Of'
What does this preposition ' of ' mean here in this sentence? "Books are the quities...
Comparatives And 'It'
Hi, There are persons who cannot make friends. Who are they? Those who cannot be...
Participial Phrases As Adverbial?
Hi, What's the current wisdom on this? Some say they are only adjectival. Jack...
When To Use The Prepositions ABOUT Or...
Friends, How do I know whether I have to use the preposition ABOUT or ON? Examples...
In Front Of?
I'm studying prepositions and I believe there's only one way to really learn them...
The Meaning Of "Compete Along Emotional...
Dose your brand compete along emotional lines? This sentence is from an article...
On The Subway Or In The Subway?
Which preposition is correct? in or on (?) On the subway( or in the subway?)...
Toss Or Toss In?
Dear English speakers and learners, I've got a grammar problem here concerning the...
Some Grammar Questions?
Hello, Could you help me with these questions? Thank you very much. 1. I was...
Combine The Following Sentences By Using...
Is this one sound correct? Olof had a friend. The friend sent a copy of the marks...
A Relative Clause; Could You Help Me?
I already know that a relative pronoun, 'that', cannot be an object of a preposition...
On Or At?
hi, I came across this sentence on an English exam paper, 'write a letter to your...
A Friend To/ For Them?
Hello, Which preposition is correct? Even though the manenger wore formally, he...
A Preposition?
Hello, Which preposition should be put after 'her' in this sentence? Please ...
Possessive Forms?
a. He is a friend of David's. b. He is a friend David. Is there a name for...
Preposition Fronting A Wh-Question?
Is it grammatical to have About what were you talking? Instead of What...
One Sentence--Different Prepositions?
a. I think he spoke well until he reached the conclusion, after which he made...
English Grammar Question?
Are you going for the movie or are you going to the movies? Which is grammatically...