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  • chen_s
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    Thank you so much whoever created this site (I'm too lazy to check). Extremely helpful!
    LikeReply 23 months ago
  • Ahnad1971
    What is the difference in both grammar and meaning:
    1.The smoke from the cars covered the sky.
    The smke from the cars covered the sky.
    LikeReply3 months ago
    • garym.78432
      There’s a spelling mistake in the second sentence; fix it, then grammar and meaning will be the same.
      LikeReply 23 months ago
  • hhLearnEnglish
    Good site ! It reminds me to change my wrong form to the correct form of English grammar
    LikeReply6 months ago
  • ioooii
    IDK to use (who is "she") or (who is "her")
    LikeReply 18 months ago
    • Greying_Geezer
      Firstly, I believe you mean, "IDK _whether_ to use....". But to answer your question, the correct form is "she", which is the subjective completion (and therefore in the subjective form) required after the linking verb "is" (third person singular of the verb "to be".) "Her" is the objective form of the noun, used, for example, in, "I don't know her." (And just to confuse matters, her can also be a possessive adjective as in, "She brought her umbrella." 
      LikeReply 57 months ago
  • Greying_Geezer
    Arrgh! Just above this input box is one entitled "Did you know?", which contains the cringe-worthy tidbit, ""I am." is the shortest two words sentence in the English language."
    LikeReply 19 months ago
  • johnnyl.15842
    I live in a guard gated community; I’ll need all the names so I can input in the gate access system. When you’re going through the gate, the security officer will ask for your name, my name and my address. 
    LikeReply 19 months ago
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    LikeReply 411 months ago
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    LikeReply 51 year ago
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    LikeReply 51 year ago
  • anonymous0_0
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    LikeReply 51 year ago
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    Thanks for such an awesome site
    LikeReply 61 year ago
  • ace.hearn1013
    When you use "(s)" does the linking verb after it need to be plural or singular?
    Ex: the driver shall always be at fault unless the victim(s) was/were at fault
    LikeReply 11 year ago
  • ARC
    I use to not spell that well but now I don't have to worry about spell something wrong I can now write mi songs.
    LikeReply 31 year ago
  • Skylite
    Is this sentence correct "I had never been loved for such smallest portion of love"
    LikeReply 31 year ago
    • Greying_Geezer
      The sentence makes no sense to me as written. Are you, yourself, being loved FOR something you did or expressed, or are you being loved WITH a small amount (portion) of love? Do you mean, "I had never been loved to such a small degree"? 
      LikeReply9 months ago
  • okay.80663
    do we say "Try to ring the doorbell, someone may be in." or "Try ringing the doorbell, someone may be in."
    LikeReply 11 year ago
    • Greying_Geezer
      The better wording would be "Try ringing the doorbell...." "Try to ring the doorbell..... implies that one might or might not be able to ring it, which is not the intent. Also, both examples provided are grammatically incorrect in that each example contains two sentences joined by a comma. They should be joined by a colon or a semi-colon or written as two sentences with a period (a.k.a. full stop), a space, and subsequent capitalization. 
      LikeReply 19 months ago
  • AmyDNF
    I am desperately trying to conquer the diagramming of this sentence: "Homer is believed to have been from modern-day Turkey." I'm fairly certain "is believed" is a helping verb/verb combination, but what is "to have been"? Is it a verb phrase? It can't be a prepositional phrase, right? Where does it fit in a diagram? Any help would be appreciated. 
    LikeReply 171 year ago
  • mohammad_e
    "Empower them to take action on issues that affect their lives."
    Affect? Effect? I know affect is usually the verb but why do I want to use effect here? Which is right in this instance? GrammarChecker.io is not showing anything in particular. 
    LikeReply 161 year ago
    • Soulwriter
      take a look here for a full break-down: https://www.grammar.com/chapter-8-affect-vs-effect
      In short, affect is used when something actively changes something else. An effect is the result of that change.
      So "Empower them to take action on issues that affect their lives." is correct :)
       
      LikeReply 151 year ago
    • righteous_a
      not 'effecting' as 'affecting' but ' having effect' as not in ' having affect'.
      LikeReply 61 year ago
    • Greying_Geezer
      You almost certainly want to use "affect" here—the issues have have an impact (or an effect) on their lives. Using "effect" as a verb here would mean that the issues initiate or bring about their lives, which could conceivably be correct in the case of a defining moment or transformation that sends their lives in a totally new direction. If that were the case I'd expect to see further description on this transformation. Again, you almost certainly want to say "affect" in this case. 
      LikeReply9 months ago
  • songl.16334
    There is an ongoing humanitarian crisis happening at the US-Mexico border. How can I adjust this sentence to sound more like college level English? Thank.you
    LikeReply 142 years ago
    • Soulwriter
      It sounds good to me. If you like, you can write: There is an ongoing humanitarian crisis occuring at the US-Mexico border.
      LikeReply 182 years ago
    • garym.78432
      Remove happening from your sentence. It's redundant. Ongoing means currently happening.
      LikeReply 231 year ago
    • righteous_a
      A crisis is ongoing OR going on.
      LikeReply 61 year ago
    • righteous_a
      There is ongoing crisis at the mexican border.
      LikeReply 61 year ago
    • CALIGAIL
      Yes, I live 20 mins away from the San Ysidro border and I agree there is a definite crisis. There needs to be better programs implemented from California state government for immigration costs. I feel immigration fees could be less, as other countries don't require outrageous fees. 
      LikeReply1 year ago
  • Duetsinger
    The hamburger comes standard with a bun. Which is correct? Sub a lettuce leaf for the bun to be healthier or sub the bun for a lettuce leaf to be healthier.
    LikeReply 152 years ago
    • Shegundalah
      Sub a lettuce leaf for the bun, to be healthier. (If you leave out the comma, it sounds like you are trying to make the bun healthier instead of replacing it altogether.)
      LikeReply 192 years ago
    • Greying_Geezer
      I agree with your comments except with one reservation. I'd submit that the comma is unnecessary and likely incorrect. Although your interpretation re healthier is grammatically possible, I think it's unlikely. Better still would be to rearrange the wording to "For a healthier alternative, substitute a lettuce leaf for the bun." I wouldn't abbreviate substitute, and I'd find the substitution very messy to eat :-) 
      LikeReply 19 months ago
  • hakan6542
    ' with us this year, ............ .' is this correct or ?
    LikeReply 142 years ago
  • Timmer60
    I want what she has.

    Is this a simple or complex sentence? The noun clause acts as a direct object.

    Can a noun clause ever be part of a simple sentence?
    LikeReply 132 years ago
  • rosefire
    "In fact, I think I like you very much. Maybe even more than Mamma."

    These two sentences could either mean that the speaker likes the addressee more than he likes Mamma, or more than Mamma likes the addressee. What is the name for this kind of syntactical ambiguity? Is it confusion in verb-subject relation? Or something else? 
    LikeReply 112 years ago
    • righteous_a
      "In fact, I think I like you very much. More maybe, even, than Mamma."
      LikeReply 41 year ago
    • righteous_a
      syntax of referral
      LikeReply 31 year ago
  • SueBriggs
    In the setance, "There was a shed snake's skin on the floor" - is the word "shed" an adjective to the word "skin"? If not, what part of speech is it?
    LikeReply 82 years ago
    • righteous_a
      " There was as shed. Snake's skin on the floor."
      LikeReply 21 year ago
  • Curious2
    Are both of the following sentences correct?

    If you get into trouble, I wouldn’t help you.

    If you get into trouble, I won’t help you.
    LikeReply 102 years ago
    • garym.78432
      Yes, both are correct individually.

      No, won’t and wouldn’t aren’t transposable.
      LikeReply 101 year ago
    • garym.78432
      EDIT
      No. The first sentence is not correct. To fix it replace get with got.

      If you got into trouble, I wouldn’t help.
      LikeReply 81 year ago
    • righteous_a
      if you would/will get into trouble, i would not help you. If you get in to Trouble, I am not helping you.
      LikeReply 41 year ago
  • Nicole Thompson
    Nicole Thompson
    Co1 Jackson C continues on the next driving course for more experience before exam. Is this grammatically correct?
    LikeReply 92 years ago
  • Akhil
    Akhil
    A "Hello"  from that voice is more enought to change my mood in 1 second.
    Is this sentence is correct ?
    LikeReply 122 years ago
    • righteous_a
      ' more than enough' OR just ' enough'.
      LikeReply 31 year ago
  • Carla G. Widmer
    Carla G. Widmer
    The news announcers consistently use sentences such as, “The lake it is choppy”.  This drives me up the wall. What is the name of this grammatical error? 
    LikeReply 112 years ago
    • righteous_a
      hey, you only lack punctuation. 'The lake; It is choppy'.
      LikeReply 21 year ago
    • Soulwriter
      perhaps the word order - syntax, is what bothers you? It flows better when said, 'the lake is choppy'.
      LikeReply 11 year ago
  • Koshi
    Koshi
    Good 
    LikeReply 112 years ago
  • Abhijit Rathod
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    Best
    LikeReply 122 years ago
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    Good resource!
    LikeReply 102 years ago
  • Wendy Cres
    Wendy Cres
    ok
    LikeReply 72 years ago
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    LikeReply 102 years ago
  • Sally Lao
    Sally Lao
    Thanks.
    LikeReply 82 years ago
  • Ott Beenreal Saint
    Ott Beenreal Saint
    Thank you
    LikeReply 62 years ago
  • Richard Long
    Richard Long
    grammerly works while I'm writing in Word only while I'm using my desktop. on laptop I have to cut and paste. Any help?
    LikeReply 52 years ago
  • Yelbe Tsegay
    Yelbe Tsegay
    tnx
    LikeReply 72 years ago
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      STANDS4
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      LikeReply 42 years ago
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    LikeReply 62 years ago
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      LikeReply 32 years ago
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    Samah Sheta
    thank you
    LikeReply 42 years ago
    • STANDS4
      STANDS4
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      LikeReply 22 years ago
  • Diana Smith Hague
    Diana Smith Hague
    It is wrong. It did not detect an obvious mistake: The Smith's were not there. No apostrophe!!
    LikeReply 32 years ago
  • Egaliseur Plgv
    Egaliseur Plgv
    "1 error found..." thanks a lot! What is the error?
    LikeReply 22 years ago
    • Chase Steele
      Chase Steele
      it should highlight the word or words and, when you click on them, it will make suggestions.
      LikeReply 32 years ago
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    Samir Lazim
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    LikeReply 32 years ago
    • STANDS4
      STANDS4
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    LikeReply 32 years ago
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      STANDS4
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    Daisy Flores
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    LikeReply 22 years ago
    • Lawrence Igboekwe
      Lawrence Igboekwe
      I beg to differ, Daisy. Your writing is your actual penmanship or literary product, referring, specifically, to its textual content or quality, and not to the means by which it came about; whether by text, hand or type-written, hacked out of the bark of trees, as in hieroglyphics, or by Moss Code, it does not matter. They are all forms of writing. 
      LikeReply 12 years ago
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    Nguyễn Văn Minh
    I don't know much about English
    LikeReply 12 years ago
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    Tell Zm Um Abrish
    whyn't it correct tense forms for the words/phrases in the words on the space provided in paragraphs
    LikeReply2 years ago
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    Swati Doshi
    very nice
    LikeReply 22 years ago
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      STANDS4
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    Dina Faulkerson
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    LikeReply 22 years ago
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      STANDS4
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      LikeReply2 years ago
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    Rauf Velimukku
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    LikeReply 12 years ago
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      STANDS4
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      STANDS4
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    LikeReply 12 years ago
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      STANDS4
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    LikeReply 22 years ago
    • STANDS4
      STANDS4
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    LikeReply 12 years ago
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      STANDS4
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    LikeReply2 years ago
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    LikeReply 22 years ago
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    LikeReply 22 years ago
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      STANDS4
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      LikeReply 12 years ago
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      STANDS4
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    LikeReply 22 years ago
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      STANDS4
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      STANDS4
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    LikeReply 22 years ago
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      STANDS4
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      STANDS4
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      STANDS4
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      STANDS4
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      STANDS4
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      STANDS4
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      STANDS4
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    LikeReply 13 years ago
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      STANDS4
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    LikeReply3 years ago
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    • STANDS4
      STANDS4
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      LikeReply 13 years ago
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    Dan Bartoes
    Wow! since it hasn't happened yet, the 'future' is not only confident, but clairvoyant, as well.
    LikeReply3 years ago
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    Simon Joseph
    Hi , friends !
    This sentence is wrong grammatically and awkward too -
    " Your future is confident " in an ad ?
    LikeReply3 years ago
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      Anhe Xin
      use confidence is your future.
      LikeReply 23 years ago
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    nc
    LikeReply 13 years ago
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    LikeReply 13 years ago
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    Juliet Akinboye
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    LikeReply 13 years ago
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      STANDS4
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      LikeReply3 years ago
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    LikeReply 13 years ago
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      STANDS4
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      LikeReply3 years ago
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    Pinote Cimeni Romel
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    LikeReply3 years ago
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    Santhosh Varghees
    THANK FOR THIS GREAT APPLICATION FOR HELPING TO COMMUNICATE AND MAKING PERFCERT GRAPHIC WAY TO CONVEY THE THOUHT
    LikeReply 13 years ago
    • STANDS4
      STANDS4
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      LikeReply3 years ago
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    Ingrid V. Espinosa
    This system does not work.
    LikeReply 13 years ago
    • STANDS4
      STANDS4
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      LikeReply3 years ago
    • Ingrid V. Espinosa
      Ingrid V. Espinosa
      I pasted my paragraph in the box and there was no feedback about my writing. My paragraph was erased and I am asked to enter my writing again. Thank you for following up. Respectfully, Ingrid
      LikeReply 13 years ago
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    Carljohn Villas Alcantara
    Thanks a lot...
    LikeReply 23 years ago
    • STANDS4
      STANDS4
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      LikeReply3 years ago
  • John Nash
    John Nash
    This is crap.i have not got a single correct answer.just check this, "my mother is rarely sleeping at noon.
    LikeReply 13 years ago
    • STANDS4
      STANDS4
      Okay, so the suggestion for your text is to replace "my" with "My"... what's wrong with that exactly?
      LikeReply3 years ago
  • Michael Beeler
    Michael Beeler
    Seems more like a spell check than a grammar check
    LikeReply 23 years ago
  • Yared Assefa
    Yared Assefa
    Thanks...
    LikeReply 13 years ago
    • STANDS4
      STANDS4
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      LikeReply3 years ago
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    Rajapaksa Piyatilake
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    LikeReply 13 years ago
    • STANDS4
      STANDS4
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      LikeReply3 years ago
  • Paul Torres
    Paul Torres
    I put "There are two contestants. Whoever gets the most points wins.". I used this tool, and it did not find any errors. It should have found at least one error since one is supposed to use "more points" and instead of "the most points" when there are only two contestants playing. 
    LikeReply 33 years ago
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    Rounak Kr
    ❤❤❤
    LikeReply 13 years ago
  • Md Unus Ali
    Md Unus Ali
    I am glad to meet you.here so is a noun/conjunction/adjective/adverb
    LikeReply3 years ago
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    Rosa Castaneda
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    LikeReply 23 years ago
    • STANDS4
      STANDS4
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      LikeReply3 years ago
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      Sahoulyahs Souljah Wyfe
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      LikeReply3 years ago
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    Myo Thu Ya
    It`s very useful. I always use in work.
    LikeReply 23 years ago
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      STANDS4
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      LikeReply 23 years ago
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    Van Conley
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    LikeReply 13 years ago
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      STANDS4
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      LikeReply3 years ago
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    Kayla Tipay
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    LikeReply 23 years ago
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      STANDS4
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      LikeReply3 years ago
  • Duyên Huỳnh
    Duyên Huỳnh
    It did not check my grammar because when i wrote a sentence "I was had a child." I think my sentence is wrong but it doesn't help me change my sentence.
    LikeReply3 years ago
  • Al Schmidt
    Al Schmidt
    You didn't catch my grammar mistake.
    LikeReply 33 years ago
  • Mohammed Hasan AL-Gamri
    Mohammed Hasan AL-Gamri
    I need write my program and get check in this website, but I don't know how to do that, may you lelp me?
    LikeReply 13 years ago
    • STANDS4
      STANDS4
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      LikeReply3 years ago
    • Madhusudan Suryawanshi
      Madhusudan Suryawanshi
      STANDS4 spelling mistake, should be paste instead of past
      LikeReply3 years ago
  • Andre Hendrikz
    Andre Hendrikz
    Can this program be used in Word
    LikeReply 13 years ago
    • STANDS4
      STANDS4
      Hi Andre, our online grammar check can be used online from any browser. It's not designed to be used from within Microsoft Office Word.
      LikeReply 13 years ago
  • E'm Mantishaa
    E'm Mantishaa
    What is correct grammatically... Nice click or nice clicked?
    LikeReply 13 years ago
    • STANDS4
      STANDS4
      Guess this depends on the context -- can you share the entire sentence?
      LikeReply 13 years ago
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    Yousef Salha
    Grammar check is so good
    LikeReply 23 years ago
    • STANDS4
      STANDS4
      Thanks Yousef! Appreciated...
      LikeReply3 years ago
  • Maryann Skiles
    Maryann Skiles
    Which is correct? Mary Smith, CEO; or Mary Smith, Chief Executive Officer?
    LikeReply3 years ago
    • STANDS4
      STANDS4
      Both are correct grammatically -- It's only a matter of preference if you'd like to use the full form or the shorthand...
      LikeReply 13 years ago
  • Kristian Sidén
    Kristian Sidén
    I've typed the same sentence in four different ways, and all turn out to have "no errors". So, does this really work?
    LikeReply3 years ago
    • Kristian Sidén
      Kristian Sidén
      These four ways (which is correct)?
      - If we fail, it is I who pay the price.
      - If we fail, it is I who pays the price.
      - If we fail, it is me who pay the price.
      - If we fail, it is me who pays the price.
      I'm good at English grammar, but this one drives me mad. 
      LikeReply 33 years ago
    • Jes Smith
      Jes Smith
      Kristian Sidén sentence 1 & 3 is correct but it depends on what context you're using the sentence as in if you're speaking in general then sentence 1. If you're talking to someone then #3 will be more appropriate. I, we, me pay. He, she, it pays. Hope this helps 
      LikeReply 43 years ago
    • Md. Afuar Rahman
      Md. Afuar Rahman
      Kristian Sidén 1 & 3
      LikeReply 23 years ago
    • Xinlin Ma
      Xinlin Ma
      hi there. May I ask this, which one of the following two sentences goes grammarly correctly :
      1, An English woman was the first person scientists studied who has four cones in her eyes.
      "OR"
      2, A English woman was the first person scientists studying who has four cones in her eyes.

      THANKS a lot!
       
      LikeReply3 years ago
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      Kristian Sidén
      Jes Smith Thank you!
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  • Daniel Kings
    Daniel Kings
    I just want to know who is in charge. I set up a whole grammar mistake and it says it's correct
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    • STANDS4
      STANDS4
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    LikeReply 13 years ago
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    LikeReply 13 years ago
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    LikeReply 13 years ago
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    LikeReply 13 years ago
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    It is messing my Microsoft Outlook every time. Works well with Microsoft Word 2007.
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    Thanks a lot. It's very helpful for me to solve the problem I've encountered in translating.
    LikeReply 13 years ago
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      STANDS4
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    Thanks, grammar.com helped me a lot !
    LikeReply 13 years ago
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      STANDS4
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  • Pratik Mukherjee
    Pratik Mukherjee
    What kind of grammar checker is this? It has marked "Where they had gone?" as a correct sentence. Now everybody knows that theobject and the verb change places in an interrogative sentence. Developers, please comment" 
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    Rimo Mohamed
    good
    LikeReply 13 years ago
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      STANDS4
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      STANDS4
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      Rhica Rodin
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    Shankar Ravi
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    LikeReply 23 years ago
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      STANDS4
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    Lachanda Petty
    The books were purchased at a store called The Book Factory.
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  • Varada Bhide
    Varada Bhide
    Not a single expression had changed on his face since we met.

    Is this correct??
    LikeReply 14 years ago
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  • Larry Franklin Crowe
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    This is a wonderful tool
    LikeReply 14 years ago
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      STANDS4
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    Anushka Avanthi
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    LikeReply 24 years ago
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  • Alison Stansbury
    Alison Stansbury
    Can someone please help me with the following phrase I don't find to sound right: if I try
    LikeReply 14 years ago
    • STANDS4
      STANDS4
      Well, depends on the context... the following does sound right: "If I try hard enough, I think I can fly."
      LikeReply4 years ago
  • Sreerekha Rekha
    Sreerekha Rekha
    I didn't get the correct
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  • A.D. Sikalumbi
    A.D. Sikalumbi
    A very good instrument for scholarly writing.
    LikeReply 14 years ago
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      STANDS4
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  • Tj Biggers
    Tj Biggers
    Dear jessica Sweeping is a adjetive
    LikeReply 14 years ago
  • Jessica Carl Mandrioli
    Jessica Carl Mandrioli
    "The Space Station can be seen sweeping across the night sky." What part of speech is the word "sweeping"? I think that "can be seen" is a verb phrase and "across the night sky" is a prepositional phrase, but what is "sweeping"? Thanks! 
    LikeReply 14 years ago
    • Donna Woodard Smith
      Donna Woodard Smith
      Jessica, "can be " is a linking verb, while "sweeping" is an intransitive verb, having no direct object, and is followed by a prepositional phrase, "across the night sky", which can act as an adverbial phrase, modifying WHERE The Space Station was seen sweeping. Hope that helps. 
      LikeReply4 years ago
  • Charles Castalone
    Charles Castalone
    The result of the evaluation shows that the highest criterion is the functionality of the system with a weighted mean of 4.75 which means that the system is able to produce an exact output. Is this correct?
    LikeReply 14 years ago
    • STANDS4
      STANDS4
      Looks right in general, Charles -- You should place a comma before 'which' though...
      LikeReply4 years ago
  • Niel Bullock
    Niel Bullock
    Is there a trail subscription before committing to a year?
    LikeReply 14 years ago
  • Acela Hernia Pregoner
    Acela Hernia Pregoner
    Is this correct?
    "Kindly state the school year in which the assessment is applicable."
    LikeReply 24 years ago
    • STANDS4
      STANDS4
      Looks right...
      LikeReply4 years ago
  • Linda Schreiber
    Linda Schreiber
    Which is correct: "The inspectors who are . . . " or "The inspectors that are . . . "
    LikeReply 14 years ago
    • STANDS4
      STANDS4
      It is fine to use either "that" or "who" in this case, but "who" can only be used to refer to people, while "that" refers to things and people.
      LikeReply4 years ago
  • Laurie Gilmore
    Laurie Gilmore
    The Grandparents Day program, “Just Another Day in Paradise,” will begin at 8:15am on Thursday and Friday. Thursday is for parents. Hope to see you all there!
    Are the commas needed?
    LikeReply 14 years ago
    • STANDS4
      STANDS4
      Both are grammatically correct -- the use of commas usually indicates that the name or title is not central to the meaning of the sentence.
      LikeReply4 years ago
  • Kimberly Rand
    Kimberly Rand
    Grammer, Is what you learn and how to spell it and also what it means grandmas know more about that
    LikeReply 14 years ago
  • Zohaib Ilyas
    Zohaib Ilyas
    Is this right
    Faiza sings a song today.
    LikeReply 24 years ago
    • STANDS4
      STANDS4
      Yes, sounds quite right...
      LikeReply4 years ago
  • Angela Bron
    Angela Bron
    Best in reading goes to
    Is it correct ?
    LikeReply 14 years ago
  • Conan Collazo
    Conan Collazo
    Is it right?
    In are own lil world.
    I know is not but, I don't know why. I think correctly is, on our own "lil" world.
    LikeReply4 years ago
    • STANDS4
      STANDS4
      If you mean to refer to the world as an entity that belongs to us, then "our own" seem to be the right direction here...
      LikeReply4 years ago
  • Jun Bor Voon
    Jun Bor Voon
    Is this right?
    Jack and Charles were asked to meet their parents.
    LikeReply 14 years ago
    • STANDS4
      STANDS4
      Yes.
      LikeReply4 years ago
  • Fiqa Maslie
    Fiqa Maslie
    Do u ever heard ppl talking like this sentence "her cute because father is from pakistan". I said it's wrong. It's actually "she's cute because her father is from pakistan". Am i right? Then he replied me his sentence is actually right cuz his one of his friend is from the USA n always talk without cares about their grammar sometimes. For me it's genuinely a broken english tho'.. LOL *cus it doesnt sound right and incomplete* 
    LikeReply 14 years ago
    • STANDS4
      STANDS4
      You're right -- "her cute" is just wrong...
      LikeReply4 years ago
  • Maureen Atuorah
    Maureen Atuorah
    which is correct,directors who rated or that rated
    LikeReply 14 years ago
    • STANDS4
      STANDS4
      Both are fine...
      LikeReply4 years ago
  • Dona Gesta
    Dona Gesta
    Is this correct?
    Please pay your boarding house rental before on on December 15, 2108 ?
    LikeReply 14 years ago
    • STANDS4
      STANDS4
      "Please pay your boarding house rental by December 15, 2018"
      LikeReply4 years ago
  • Bonita Joy Fredericks Solomons
    Bonita Joy Fredericks Solomons
    Please confirm if its
    "its important to understand how God view honour or how God views honour"
    LikeReply4 years ago
  • Lama Kanaan
    Lama Kanaan
    Please i need to know if this structure is grammatically correct "whom does Bill like to hear stories from? "
    LikeReply 24 years ago
    • STANDS4
      STANDS4
      Sounds right...
      LikeReply4 years ago
  • Saringkarn Cheiklang
    Saringkarn Cheiklang
    Please is the sentence correct? "waiting for check calculate by customer."
    LikeReply4 years ago
    • STANDS4
      STANDS4
      Hmm... doesn't seem right -- what are you trying to say exactly?
      LikeReply4 years ago
  • Donald Okwueze
    Donald Okwueze
    Please is the sentence correct? boost your resource in (order or other) to enhance your result
    LikeReply4 years ago
    • STANDS4
      STANDS4
      "Order" of course... :-)
      LikeReply4 years ago
  • Alfred Peer
    Alfred Peer
    i need it badly
    LikeReply4 years ago
  • Aura Hidayah
    Aura Hidayah
    I am sure adult people become a good people's...correct?
    LikeReply 14 years ago
    • STANDS4
      STANDS4
      "I am certain that old people are eventually becoming goold people".
      LikeReply 14 years ago
    • Aura Hidayah
      Aura Hidayah
      Oh ok tq
      LikeReply4 years ago
  • Rupali Namewar
    Rupali Namewar
    Grammar Is the basic part of English language
    its not teachong part its enjoying through differnt types of indoor and outdoor activities .
    LikeReply 14 years ago
  • Rosa Nunez
    Rosa Nunez
    Thank you
    LikeReply 24 years ago
    • STANDS4
      STANDS4
      Thanks Rosa, appreciated!
      LikeReply4 years ago
  • Labi Kasali
    Labi Kasali
    life,not its players,needs carefulness is it correct
    LikeReply4 years ago
  • Ana Unding
    Ana Unding
    I'm really sure about my sentence. Is my grammar correct?

    When” I go to KEn-kEn Akip's room I saw this little girl (Greigh-Greigh) trying to copy what's her tita doing her tita is actually prayingWhen
    LikeReply4 years ago
    • Kirtan BC
      Kirtan BC
      Either say, “...I go to..I see...”, or, “I went to...I saw...”.

      As for as the rest, I don’t understand what you were trying to say. Sorry.
      LikeReply 14 years ago
  • Sadaf Sam
    Sadaf Sam
    Not all countries ( ) to manufacture high quality products?
    a- can. b- are able. c- could
    LikeReply 14 years ago
    • STANDS4
      STANDS4
      b
      LikeReply4 years ago
  • Bohdan Andriichuk
    Bohdan Andriichuk
    im not so sure about this.
    Dear Sir/ Madam,
    Could you tell me, please, if you have any scholarship programmes (of cross institutional study) for international students at your university. Is it possible for Ukrainian students, who have, as an example, a bachelor degree of jurisprudence, to apply for a master`s degree program in molecular biology, biotechnology, biochemistry or other connected biology fields . Thanks for your time and attention.
    Respectfully yours,
    Bohdan Andriichuk
     
    LikeReply4 years ago
  • Sandip Kumar Jena
    Sandip Kumar Jena
    Ithis day gave a lot of happiness and at evening it gave a lot of sadness sentence correction. Please check and provide me the rigit one
    LikeReply4 years ago
    • STANDS4
      STANDS4
      "The day started with lots of happiness, but at the evening it truned out to lots of sadness".
      LikeReply4 years ago
  • Leon Cerezo
    Leon Cerezo
    im not so sure about this, which one is correct...
    1- Please attach you tickets for these flights. or
    2- Please attach your tickets on these flights. or
    3- any other suggestion to correct the statement???
    thank you. 
    LikeReply 14 years ago
    • STANDS4
      STANDS4
      "Please attach your tickets for these flights." sounds best...
      LikeReply 24 years ago
  • Melany Q. Manalang-Simpao
    Melany Q. Manalang-Simpao
    Which is correct
    1st be a part as a new chapter unfolds

    2nd be a part of our confraternity as a new chapter unfolds
    LikeReply4 years ago
    • STANDS4
      STANDS4
      Well, both seem to be correct grammatically, the 2nd sentence is more detailed obvoiusly...
      LikeReply4 years ago
  • Santanu Saikia
    Santanu Saikia
    I m not able to hit the gym due to my health issues since 4 months ,soon I will be joining u guys is this correct ?
    LikeReply4 years ago
    • STANDS4
      STANDS4
      "I'm not able to attend the gym due to my health issues in the last 4 months."
      LikeReply4 years ago
  • Sim S Oluwaseun
    Sim S Oluwaseun
    I never knew what I said to my daughter made her to cry, but little do I know, she was just pretending to me. is this correct
    LikeReply4 years ago
  • Sim S Oluwaseun
    Sim S Oluwaseun
    After I most have examined her, I discover that she is 3month old pregnant
    LikeReply 14 years ago
    • Sim S Oluwaseun
      Sim S Oluwaseun
      please reply my message
      LikeReply4 years ago
    • STANDS4
      STANDS4
      "After I thoroughly examined her, I discovered that she is pregnant for 3 months already."
      LikeReply4 years ago
    • Sim S Oluwaseun
      Sim S Oluwaseun
      STANDS4 thanks, so much for your response
      LikeReply 14 years ago
  • Prince Medi
    Prince Medi
    I KNOW an old man WHO never LEAVE the town IN WHICH he was born ?
    .
    Check the Bold words , which one is wrong ?
    LikeReply4 years ago
    • STANDS4
      STANDS4
      LEAVE?
      LikeReply4 years ago
  • Krishna Singh
    Krishna Singh
    The baby have a chocolate in its hand. Is this correct?
    LikeReply4 years ago
    • Eliza Beth
      Eliza Beth
      The baby has chocolate in his/her hand.
      LikeReply 14 years ago
  • Kailash Chhetri
    Kailash Chhetri
    The negative form of He is as wise as his brother is:
    He is not as wise as his brother.
    Or,
    He is nit so wise as his brother.
    LikeReply4 years ago
    • STANDS4
      STANDS4
      While both seem legit grammatically, I'd go with the first option...
      LikeReply4 years ago
  • Donmay C Dmc
    Donmay C Dmc
    Any interested personnel should contact me,Is it correct?
    LikeReply 14 years ago
    • STANDS4
      STANDS4
      Maybe "Any intersted personnel may contact me" would sound nicer...
      LikeReply4 years ago
  • Abdul Fathah Hamza
    Abdul Fathah Hamza
    We are seriously interrupted on our daily activities due to the poor signal. Is this correct
    LikeReply4 years ago
  • IamBig Baron
    IamBig Baron
    The water was hot before but now it became warm, is the English correct?
    LikeReply 14 years ago
    • STANDS4
      STANDS4
      Seems right, just put a comma before "before"...
      LikeReply4 years ago
  • Rajesh Bishwas
    Rajesh Bishwas
    At first thanks a lot for creating an amazing site from where we can learn a lot as well as we can also solve mistakes
    LikeReply 24 years ago
    • STANDS4
      STANDS4
      Thanks Rajesh! We truly appreciate your positive feedback...
      LikeReply4 years ago
  • Hima Bindhu
    Hima Bindhu
    However you never have truths regarding you, right!
    Is any correction in the above sentence
    LikeReply 14 years ago
    • David Dunster
      David Dunster
      Clearly, a couple are needed.
      However, you won't ever (likely)have the (every) truth regarding your past. At least if I'm right about it.
      Depending on the facts (if any) and if there's an actual story involved. 
      LikeReply4 years ago
  • Lionel L Grant II
    Lionel L Grant II
    We’ll still be posting while you are working on building your
    business. We’ll still be posting when you are on holiday or
    off sick. We’ll still be posting when you are called out to an
    urgent meeting that runs on all day. It’s hard work to post
    four or five times per day with well thought out content. (is the We'll be posting) is this correct grammer 
    LikeReply4 years ago
    • David Dunster
      David Dunster
      Yes. In this case, it stands for we will.
      LikeReply4 years ago
    • David Dunster
      David Dunster
      That said, there are many mistakes in that post.
      LikeReply4 years ago
  • Վրեժ Հակոբջանյան
    Վրեժ Հակոբջանյան
    Please help me to find the right answer.
    You couldnt have seen me in Rome because I had stayed (or had been staying?) in the country since June to August last year.
    LikeReply4 years ago
    • Miriam Madaricova
      Miriam Madaricova
      You couldn't have seen me in Rome because I had stayed in the country since June to August last year.
      That is the correct answer
      LikeReply 14 years ago
    • Վրեժ Հակոբջանյան
      Վրեժ Հակոբջանյան
      Miriam Madaricova thank you
      LikeReply 24 years ago
    • David Dunster
      David Dunster
      It makes more sense to word it;
      It is impossible to have seen me in Rome, (? Ago) because from June to August last year, I was staying in the country.
      LikeReply4 years ago
  • Jennisa Ysabelle Anuran Aragon
    Jennisa Ysabelle Anuran Aragon
    Correct grammar for Filipinos are strong and never give up.
    LikeReply4 years ago
  • Rupak Barua
    Rupak Barua
    Number of employees or employee
    LikeReply 14 years ago
    • STANDS4
      STANDS4
      employees
      LikeReply 14 years ago
  • Yvette George Nashid
    Yvette George Nashid
    Tom had eaten his lunch before that he went to the club
    LikeReply4 years ago
  • Matt Paing
    Matt Paing
    What is the correct grammar of this sentence "let's invite the holyspirit of God
    LikeReply4 years ago
    • Heidi M. Monseif
      Heidi M. Monseif
      Holly
      LikeReply4 years ago
  • Romulo Ytac
    Romulo Ytac
    This is nice coloumn in a grammar practice, for me its very valuable becuase i am a weak in grammar.
    So i am glad i have learn more. Thanks to this grammar role.
    LikeReply 14 years ago
    • STANDS4
      STANDS4
      You're mostly welcome, Romulo! We truly appreciate your feedback... :-)
      LikeReply4 years ago
  • Nafisa Anzum
    Nafisa Anzum
    Is this right? No grammar checkers fixed up the whole thing
    Chocolate almost everyone’s guilty pleasure. Almost because not everyone like sweet- even if that included Hershey’s dark chocolate. Whenever chocolate is mentioning everyone rushes to see where toh te source lead to. Whether it is be milk or dark chocolate no one, seem to care. Chocolate can be used as part of a : balanced, heart healthy diet. 
    LikeReply4 years ago
  • Vangie Mananquil Distrito
    Vangie Mananquil Distrito
    Please help me in my grammar
    Instead of improvement of water tub to distract the water tub
    LikeReply4 years ago
  • John Rolle
    John Rolle
    WHAT DO THE WORD TEMPA MEANS
    LikeReply4 years ago
  • Red Cloack Good
    Red Cloack Good
    please help me. is this correct paragraph
    "I started off my career as a cashier 3 years ago with Twins Supermarket where I performed my duties and also as a sales lady at CNC shopping center before I got my degree. After all my contracts of these companies, I took my course at don Carlos polytechnic college. I had been handling senior high school students and I have learned a lot. In that role, a major accomplishment I'm most proud of was that I was able to handle difference characteristics of people." 
    LikeReply 14 years ago
    • STANDS4
      STANDS4
      Suggest changing "In that role, a major accomplishment I'm most proud of was that I was able to handle difference characteristics of people." to "In that role, a major accomplishment I'm most proud of was my ability to handle difference characteristics of people." 
      LikeReply 14 years ago
  • Jershelle Narvasa
    Jershelle Narvasa
    which is the correct usage of this chapter
    LikeReply4 years ago
  • Jershelle Narvasa
    Jershelle Narvasa
    can you help me.
    LikeReply 14 years ago
    • STANDS4
      STANDS4
      How?
      LikeReply4 years ago
  • Meg Goldberg
    Meg Goldberg
    which is correct: 'Each of them has taught me something', or 'Each of them have taught me something'?
    LikeReply4 years ago
    • Jay Wendrick
      Jay Wendrick
      Each have taught me something
      LikeReply 24 years ago
  • Gardalf Guidotti
    Gardalf Guidotti
    Please can you help me with this short story. Sunday, I was in my chamber washing my filthy shirts that have gathered almost one month, and I heard a great multitude shouting, a thief, thief I was wondering where the noises were coming from, so I walked out, and I saw slim unalarmed young man carried a bag of cocoa, chasing by furious mobs, holding stone and machete, Blood was breeding down on his torn shirts, Amponsah notorious guy in our town tightly hugged him on air, live one leg dragging to police station. I heard him pleaded them to temper mercy with justice, but the more he was pleading the vexed they became. I couldn't hang on any more to the horrific scene, so I get back into my business. I woke up early in the morning getting my way to urine place I heard someone whispered a word to my step mum, at the midnight the thief colleagues came to your husband office holding guns, and they squabble with him to release their friend, but he was hesitation, so they shoot his arms, and we sent him hospital because imminent to Xmas the fog is too deep to penetrate your eyes to see someone who behind you, they couldn't see me. 
    LikeReply4 years ago
  • Diane Graves
    Diane Graves
    When writing about video games, do you put quotation marks around the title of the game?
    LikeReply 14 years ago
    • STANDS4
      STANDS4
      Usually it's sufficient to just capitalize the game title, e.g. Call of Duty, Battlefield 5, Fortnite etc.
      LikeReply4 years ago
  • Sandra Jo Casey
    Sandra Jo Casey
    These guys put on a great show. Saw them down in Florida with Santana at a Harry Chapin concert.

    Is this proper grammar?
    LikeReply4 years ago
    • Ramya Shankar
      Ramya Shankar
      These guys 'had' put on .... use past perfect when you are talking about 2 past incidents.
      LikeReply4 years ago
  • Louise Whittington
    Louise Whittington
    A friend posted a reply to a picture of my food. He said I should have came to your house. My answer was, You would have been welcome to. Is that correct grammar?
    LikeReply4 years ago
    • Ramya Shankar
      Ramya Shankar
      Grammatically it is correct, but if you'd like to invite them again, it would be nicer to say 'You are welcome anytime'
      LikeReply4 years ago
  • Jayde Dee
    Jayde Dee
    Is this statement correct? “All heroes are born to a mother.”
    LikeReply 14 years ago
    • STANDS4
      STANDS4
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      LikeReply4 years ago
    • Hong Siang
      Hong Siang
      Might be safer to say "Every hero is born to a mother."
      LikeReply4 years ago
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    LikeReply 24 years ago
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    LikeReply 24 years ago
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    LikeReply 24 years ago
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    Greg Smith
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    LikeReply 14 years ago
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    Walter Jackson
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    LikeReply 14 years ago
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    LikeReply 14 years ago
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    Brent Cunningham
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    LikeReply 14 years ago
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    Brent Cunningham
    Is it correct to say, What say you?
    LikeReply4 years ago
  • Megan Lavelle Trainor
    Megan Lavelle Trainor
    Is this sentence correct: “Mike and I really enjoyed your speech!” Or should it be “Mike and me”?
    LikeReply 14 years ago
    • Charles Coe
      Charles Coe
      "I" is correct...replace "Mike and I" with either "we" or "us" and it becomes clear that we is correct. We-->I just like us-->me.
      LikeReply 14 years ago
    • Greg Smith
      Greg Smith
      The easiest way to remember is to take Mike out of the statement, so then you are left with either 'I enjoyed.."or 'me enjoyed'. You know which is correct.
      LikeReply4 years ago
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    LikeReply 24 years ago
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      LikeReply4 years ago
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    LikeReply4 years ago
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    LikeReply4 years ago
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    LikeReply4 years ago
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    LikeReply 25 years ago
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    which of the following phases is correct:

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    LikeReply 35 years ago
    • STANDS4
      STANDS4
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    Both versions of this sentence (me as well as I) show as correct in your Check My Writing box above. Are both really correct?

    But it was time for my wife, Carol, and me to forsake scenery for savings.
    or
    But it was time for my wife, Carol, and I to forsake scenery for savings.

    Thanks!
     
    LikeReply5 years ago
    • Angbeen Chaudhary
      Angbeen Chaudhary
      Hello Bill,
      You can refer to this article on our website for insight regarding your question.
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      Hope it helps. Cheers!
      LikeReply 15 years ago
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    Charleen Montano
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    LikeReply6 years ago
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      LikeReply 15 years ago
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    a good-paying job or well-paying job? (always used the former; lately hearing the latter a lot)
    LikeReply6 years ago
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    LikeReply 16 years ago
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      LikeReply6 years ago
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    Pam Smith Gallant
    I say "an historic storm." Others say "a historic storm." Which is proper?
    LikeReply6 years ago
    • Ratna Fleig
      Ratna Fleig
      "A historic storm" is proper because "an" is only used if the word after it begins with a vowel sound.
      LikeReply 26 years ago
    • Alex Makarov
      Alex Makarov
      not quite. if "h" or the first consonant is silent, then "an" would be appropriate, i.e. an hour, an honor
      LikeReply 16 years ago
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    LikeReply6 years ago
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    I'm teaching English as a second language, and my students often make mistakes in the question sentences that are not highlighted by your app. I'd like to share some of them:

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    - I don't want to see him, don't I?

    Also I'd like to thank you for catching the most common type of mistake - the wrong word order in question sentences :) Thanks a lot! And if you could add checking for these types of mistakes, your help would be absolutely invaluable!
     
    LikeReply6 years ago
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    LikeReply6 years ago
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    LikeReply 16 years ago
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    During the term ( 10-20-2014) of this agreement, A: shall pay to B: $100.)) per month retroact9ve t0 to 4-12-2013. What does the rectovacrive modify? Term or payment?
    LikeReply 16 years ago
  • Ned Ludd
    Ned Ludd
    I wanted to see which of two versions of a sentance about a book had the correct grammar:
    1:
    Its desolate swamps of somber, poison-soaked pages, as beautiful as the chance encounter of a sewing machine and an umbrella on a dissection table, was recognized as an important precursor of Surrealism.
    2:
    Its desolate swamps of somber, poison-soaked pages, as beautiful as the chance encounter of a sewing machine and an umbrella on a dissection table, were recognized as important precursors of Surrealism.
    (Two phrases in each sentence are quotes, but I removed quotation marks to avoid confusing the app.)
    The app says both are correct. How can that be?
     
    LikeReply6 years ago
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    LikeReply 16 years ago
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    LikeReply 26 years ago
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    LikeReply 17 years ago
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      STANDS4
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