1,318 Answered Questions for the topic grammar

Grammar

01/27/20

What is the difference between subject and predicate?

Which part of the sentence is a predicate and which is the subject?
Grammar

01/17/20

Identify the complete​ verb: I​ can't wait until graduation.

01/17/20

Why we don't use "visiter + personne" in French ?

Grammar English

01/17/20

What is the difference between appositives and nonessential elements?

I am honesty quite confused as I know that both add extra or not necessary information, but that is the extent of my knowledge.
Grammar

01/15/20

How would you conjugate the verb "tener" using the Subjunctive tense in this sentence?

"I wish you good luck on your job interview today!"Deseo que _________ buena suerte en la entrevista de trabajo hoy!
Grammar

01/06/20

Which sentence is correct?

A) Without the attorney's signature, we couldn't file the complaint.B) Without the attornies' signatures we couldn't file the complaint.C) Without the attorney's signature we couldn't file the... more
Grammar

01/06/20

Which sentence is punctuated correctly?

A) Which television character famously says, "Who loves you, baby"?B) Which television character famously says, "Who loves you, baby?"C) Which television character famously says, "Who loves you,... more
Grammar

01/06/20

If you buy the movie tickets_______I'll buy the treats.

A) thanb) thenC) both depending on context.
Grammar

01/06/20

Which question is grammatically correct?

A) My grandmother and I get ice cream every Saturday.B) Me and my grandmother get ice cream every Saturday.C) My grandmother and myself get ice cream every Saturday.
Grammar

01/05/20

High levels of sugar _______ some people headaches.

A) giveB) givesC) have gave
Grammar

01/05/20

I could have scored the winning goal if my coach _______ me the chance.

A) would have givenB) would have gaveC) would giveD) had given
Grammar

01/05/20

Which Sentence is Grammatically Correct?

A) Are you the girl who named her dogs Frank and Beans?B) Are you the girl which named her dogs Frank and Beans?C) Are you the girl that named her dogs Frank and Beans?
Grammar

01/05/20

Which sentence is punctuated correctly?

A) I'd like to eat lunch, however; the cafeteria smells like a barn.B) Going to college would be fun; however, I'm flunking high school.C) My teacher gave me a bad grade, however, I deserved it.
Grammar

01/05/20

Which sentence is grammatically correct?

A)Being a licensed trainer, Millicent's dog learned to play dead.B)Excited about the seasonal deals, Suzy invited Barbara to go shopping.C)With four pounds of cake in his stomach, the chair creaked... more
Grammar English

01/01/20

How do I know whether to use an article before a noun?

Grammar Spanish

12/31/19

What is thedifference between SER and ESTAR

Grammar English

12/27/19

Can i use present tense verbs in my narration which is in past

Here i'm trying to explain something which happened in past to my friendMy narration in past: I stayed in an apartment before, it was/is a six floored building and it has/had a park nearby,And my... more
Grammar English

12/26/19

When i'm saying something in past, i'm getting confused in using present tense verbs in past

Ex: The most beautiful place i have seen in my life isIn above sentence its clear that i'm referring to my past experience but why are we using is there instead of wasEx: I met my friend yesterday... more

12/25/19

Im confused on usage of was and were in a sentence

CASE 1: My friend asked me how was the examShould i reply everything in past like-"Exam was very hard, there were some critical questions asked and i couldn't answer them" (or) Exam was very hard,... more
Grammar

12/21/19

What is the correct version of ‘solo’ in this sentence?

What’s the correct grammar here? ‘One of my favourite solo’s’ or: ‘One of my favourite solos’?Is it solos or solo’s? Where, if any does an apostrophe go?
Grammar

12/01/19

Dative or Gentive when to use them and what is the difference?

Grammar

12/01/19

how to use celui, celui-ci, ceux-ci, ceux...

Grammar

11/11/19

Talk (softly/soft) or don't talk at all. Which one is correct and why?

Talk (softly/soft) or don't talk at all. Which one is correct and why?
Grammar

11/09/19

Need clarification on the use of than and then

In the sentence "If you think that post is coherent, than you are either drinking or need help". One person says a comparison is being made. As such, the rules for than/then apply and the word... more

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