26 Answered Questions for the topic Sentence

03/07/21

Please help me correct the grammateical mistakes and let me know which grammar principle it violates to

You should have read the instructions carefully before washing the sweater, as it will shrink if you wash it at too low a temperature.

09/03/19

Appositive Phrases

Could the following sentence be determined as an appositive phrase?"Each programming language, such as Java, Python, Ruby, and HTML, has their own functionality and rules that can accomplish truck... more

08/19/19

Can anyone help me in writing paragraph using these words

Any paragraph using this words :conmander muddlerelinquishopinionatedbreach brigandspredisposed

08/05/19

Is "to [verb] will [verb]" a complete statement?

Let's have, for example, the following phrase.>To create fancy product will require more effort.Is it a grammatically complete and correct sentence?
Sentence Grammar

08/04/19

Is there any rule of order for time, date, place, building, etc?

I sent an email to confirm my meeting with a person which specified time, date, place, and building on the email like below:> I would like to meet you at 5pm this Sunday in KFC on the first... more

07/03/19

What are the punctuation rules for two pieces of direct speech in a single sentence?

Please help me with the punctuation rules for sentences with two pieces of direct speech within quotes, with the following as example. > “It’s fun to get out on a Sunday and race,” said... more

07/03/19

What is the appropriate phrase to say if two people are on the same track?

I am sharing my understanding regarding a particular matter with a colleague just to make sure that both of we have same understanding. This is just to avoid any conflict or confusion among us.... more

06/24/19

What's wrong with "We hope you will find our Qualifications to be well-organized, concise, and most of all, to exceed your expectations."?

Why is the following sentence grammatically incorrect?> We hope you will find our Qualifications to be well-organized, concise, and most of all, to exceed your expectations.I've asked three... more

06/23/19

Grammatically correct sentence where "you're" and "your" can be interchanged?

Most grammar checkers are capable of detecting the the misuse of "your" and "you're"; providing the necessary correction. I'm curious though, is there any sentence that can be constructed where... more

06/23/19

Writing and speaking duplicated words?

A recent workplace conversation prompted this question. Red Hat, the software company behind a popular Linux distribution, came by the office and everyone got some random trinkets, including a... more

06/22/19

Clauses in Sentences?

I understand that a clause contains (in order) a subject, verb and object, like below: > He let his daughter. "He" is the subject, "let" is the verb and "his daughter" is the object. But what... more

06/20/19

Use semicolon or period when telling a result of an action?

If you look at these sentences, the second one is result of the first: > Alex shouts and feels pain in his leg, and he rubs the place with hand and looks at the leg. His leg swelled little bit.... more
Sentence Literature Verbs

05/28/19

Is it correct to say "there be..."?

I'm currently reading the Lord of the Rings book, and one sentence says: "... Where there be mountains of gold, they say". Now I'm not English mothertongue, but I've found the same expression... more
Sentence English Books Title

05/03/19

Is "Even so, we’ll keep walking" a valid sentence as a book title?

I was struggling to find a good title for a fiction I write, and a found this sentence in the english subtitles of a song. I'd like to know if it's a valid sentence as a standalone, or if it needs... more
Sentence Writing Expressions

04/27/19

Quoting articles of laws(ex. usage of "stipulate", "specify")?

> Article 15 of the Korean Constitution states that “all citizens shall > enjoy the freedom of choice of occupation.” Compared to Article 12 of > the Basic Law, which comprises of three... more
Sentence Reading

04/02/19

Reading Comprehension for MCAT (how to understand this sentence)?

At the same time, many architectural critics seem to be convinced that the present call for sustainability with its "green buildings" is but another screen behind which well-known old power... more

03/26/19

Turn "in to" or "into" a lonely lane?

I have a sentence I'm writing where I describe making a turn, as I run, into an empty alleyway. Here is how I would like to say it: > I turn *into* a lonely lane... The problem I find is that... more

03/26/19

Comma or not? Question or Period?

> Before[...] you asked if I was _____. Should there be a comma after 'before' or is the ellipsis okay? Also, should the sentence end with a period or a question mark?

03/25/19

Comprehension - what was the author trying to convey here?

Given this passage:> We are even farther removed from the unfocused newspaper reviews published in England between the turn of the 20th century and the eve of World War II, at a time when... more

03/19/19

Turn "in to" or "into" a lonely lane?

I have a sentence I'm writing where I describe making a turn, as I run, into an empty alleyway. Here is how I would like to say it: > I turn *into* a lonely lane... The problem I find is that it... more
Sentence English Grammar

03/14/19

Is this sentence correct?

"Immigration brought many financial and emotional struggles; nevertheless, it also brought countless opportunities, and the chance to earn a graduate degree at X is certainly one of them."

03/14/19

Grammatically correct sentence where "you're" and "your" can be interchanged?

Most grammar checkers are capable of detecting the the misuse of "your" and "you're"; providing the necessary correction. I'm curious though, is there any sentence that can be constructed where... more

03/14/19

Comma or not? Question or Period?

> Before[...] you asked if I was _____. Should there be a comma after 'before' or is the ellipsis okay? Also, should the sentence end with a period or a question mark?
Sentence

12/03/17

is “within less 2 hours” a correct sentence?

i just wondering whether “within less 2 hours” is correct sentence...

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