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do atheists live by their're own rules?
You mean like you when you live by your own grammatical rules? To be honest, if atheists have any kind of a code of conduct, it's basically like the Wiccan Rede: "An it harm none, do as ye will."
English Grammar Question? kill her She was shocked the reason. Some grammatical sentences She was shocked that he tried to...
Is it correct to say in English "a crime (or an evil) is connected with his past"? Are there better ways of conveying this meaning?
They're grammatical. Someone might say "a crime is connected with his...
Honest opinion? Am I the only person Who is like this?
You're very ambitious. A lot of people are like that. A lot of people lie about themselves to experiment other people's reactions. You don't accept yourself & it's normal. Now about the rejection issue, you're dying to prove...
Does this sentence make sense?
Yes, it makes sense. If it says what you mean, I see no grammatical reason to change it though I suggest you reconsider the use of the second comma.
So the GOP rewrote the memo they circulated to Congress, and it's now different than the one they voted on? Do you think that's because...?
I see some here are saying "There were basic grammatical mistakes." Adding or deleting even a comma can change the...
Is "I'd rather you BE dead than away from me" a possible grammatical alternative to "I'd rather you WERE dead than away from me" in AmEng?
yes, you can use a blind (naked) infinitive in that way.
In the following sentence, why 'the' science?
For sentence A to make grammatical sense, the speaker/writer must be referring to a specific science field (e.g. geology...
If Jesus is God, Why is he call the Firstborn of all Creation?
... concerning Greek articles, the predicate nominative, and grammatical word order. The early church heresy of Sabellianism understood...
I like a guy, but don't know what to do about it?
...letter, "Z" as in "realize"), but also in the well-ordered grammatical structure of your post. It's done in a formal manner, as...