1,302 Answered Questions for the topic grammar

Grammar

01/05/21

What is a participle?

How can I recognize one? How do I punctuate one?
Grammar

12/28/20

Anything or Something

what is the difference between asking 'anything else' and asking 'something else'?

Which syntax techniques does this sentence use?

Which syntax techniques does this sentence use? The only one I am sure of is chiasmus, and I think the only other possible ones are parallelism, antithesis, and juxtaposition. Which ones, if any,... more

12/08/20

Which is correct, “learnt” or “learned”?

12/07/20

What is the difference between “everyday” and “every day”?

What a difference a space ( ) makes!
Grammar

12/05/20

Is this sentence grammatically correct?

Once you have completely resolved all available Alts in a Group, by meeting all the day part requirements and resolved with the appropriate refusal or ineligible, the system will automatically... more

11/24/20

Identify every phrase in the sentence and give its lexical category and its syntactic function in the following sentence:

There are already signs that his supporters intend to exploit it again during this campaign cycle.

11/24/20

Identify every phrase in the sentence and give its lexical category and its syntactic function in the following sentence:

There are already signs that his supporters intend to exploit it again during this campaign cycle.
Grammar English Language

11/23/20

How to create scalar implicatures?

Fill in the blanks to create scalar implicatures that fit the following descriptions.a) logically true & pragmatically true Some __________ are ___________.b) logically true & pragmatically... more
Grammar English Metaphor

11/21/20

Is this a metaphor?

Is “I ripped eggs” a METAPHOR? What is meant is “I farted”. Please settle this debate, it’s not a joke.

Bought Vs. Brought - What's the Difference?

Which of these sentences are correct? (Hint: Ask- Can I bring it? Can I buy it?)I bought a cup of coffee from Starbucks.We bought our homework to class.She brought a present to the party.They... more
Grammar

11/17/20

Compound or Complex sentence.

I just need to know if the following sentence counts as a Compound or Complex sentence."She wasn’t afraid, because she knew she was tougher."
Grammar

11/16/20

Which is correct - who or whom?

What is the name of the person who the doctor treated? What is the name of the person whom the doctor treated?

11/11/20

What is the best way to teach (and learn) writing? Is Common Core's approach correct?

Writing skills seem to have deteriorated to the point of mass incoherence, if not illiteracy. Are schools using the correct methods? Do we know even what the "correct" method is, or how writing... more
Grammar

11/02/20

Please Disregard

This is a demo post, please disregard. Thank you!
Grammar Language Spanish

10/29/20

Spanish Grammar Question

I have a few questions about Spanish Grammar which I don't know. How would you say "They are going to set the table" using ir + a + infinitive? How would you say "You are going to cook" using ir +... more
Grammar English

10/29/20

A Very Tense Question

In which part of speech is tense shown?
Grammar English

10/27/20

"The Town Campus" or "Town Campus"

Hello,I am having a disagreement with my co-workers on how to refer to our multi-location Church. Our Church has two campuses; our Town Campus (Located within Town) and our Orchard Campus (Next to... more
Grammar English Writing Ela

10/21/20

Can you help me write a brief story with these vocabulary words?

Words1.abate2.belligerent3.dearth4.equitable5.fallacious
Grammar English

10/14/20

Which of the following sentences is NOT written using the passive voice?

Peter had a car accident yesterday. Mary was attacked yesterday. Rice is grown in Vietnam. The job will be completed by next week.

Which of the sentences is NOT written using the active voice?

Holst composed The Planets. Murder on the Orient Express was written by Agatha Christie. Galileo invented the telescope. Columbus landed in North America.

10/13/20

Are both of these sentences parallelism/parallel structure? Please explain each of the choices.

A. To wander about like vagabonds from land to land, to rob the poor, to betray the confiding, to murder in cold blood the defenseless.B. I am king in my own land, and will never become the vassal... more

10/13/20

Are both of these sentences parallelism/parallel structure? Please explain.

A. To wander about like vagabonds from land to land, to rob the poor, to betray the confiding, to murder in cold blood the defenseless.B. I am king in my own land, and will never become the vassal... more

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