"With Whom?" And "Who With?"
Does anybody know at what point in the history of English (in England) it became...
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What English Word Can Be Any Part Of Speech...
There is a four-letter English word that can be a noun, verb, adjective, adverb,...
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Teach Me Grammar?
Hi, Can you please check the below part of speech. I segregate the words in each...
"Behind" Proper Pronunciation.
I'm courious, what's the modern and correct pronunciation for the preposition "behind...
Participial Phrases As Adverbial?
Hi, What's the current wisdom on this? Some say they are only adjectival. Jack...
Reason Of / Reason For
Hi everybody! Which preposition would you use after 'reason'? 'of' or 'for'? Or are...
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Is It Necessary To Use 'By' In This Sentence...
Hi, Thank you for answering questions. Probably the easiest way to use part of...
Unfreeze- Thaw?
Hello, could you help me with these? The sentences are within a recipe context: 1...
I Wrote These Sentences. Can?
I wrote these sentences. Can you check them as well as if the prepositions...
"None" Plural Or Singular?
Being something of a grammar novice, I could use a little clarification from this...
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The Meaning Of "Compete Along Emotional...
Dose your brand compete along emotional lines? This sentence is from an article...
Toss Or Toss In?
Dear English speakers and learners, I've got a grammar problem here concerning the...
For An Extra?
I'm confused about these two sentences: Are you staying for an extra week? And...
In Or On Or To Scale?
Hi, It is related to math kind of English question. If I say, I want to draw...
Preposition Fronting A Wh-Question?
Is it grammatical to have About what were you talking? Instead of What...
Outside Of<= ?
I saw the blood bank bus parked outside of my company. All I know about the use...
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...
Adjective And Adverb?
I think the answer is adjective The part of speech that answers the question ...
Verbs + Preposition?
Hi, I'm sure everyone knows that a verb + a preposition takes a noun or a gerund...