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Do I have bad grammar?
There are certainly some grammatical errors, but I believe some of them...39;each other' twice in a single line is not a grammatical issue but one of style, and 'breath' rather than 'breathe...
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How many hours would it take to edit 22 pages of an essay?
...the start, and are a natural writer it won't take too long to fix grammatical errors, citations etc. Reviewing my thesis took...
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Any experienced writers out there? Need feedback on a very short writing piece!?
You are quite comma happy. You drop commas without any grammatical justification, almost like they're going out of style. You also mismodify...
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Is this sentences all right?
1. were 2. (unlikely, but grammatical) 3. ran 4. grasp (the only one which means understand) 5. grabbed...
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Is it grammatical to say, three POLICE/CLERIC/STAFF/PERSONNEL/CREW/CATTLE were killed in the accident?
...staff," and "personnel." It would also be grammatical for "clergy" but not for "cleric" because "...39;t "head" but "herd," then it would be grammatical but would only work for referring to plural groups...
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Could you check this text, thank you!?
... I'm not against split infinitives, it's not grammatical to use the "to" of the infinitive "to make" as standing for...
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Why do only Trinitarians translate John 1:1 as 'the word was God"?
... concerning Greek articles, the predicate nominative, and grammatical word order. The early church heresy of Sabellianism understood...
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Ing or infinitive after "it's not ethical"?
... what is called a "right dislocation," which is the grammatical convention of naming a pronoun to the right of the clause that contains...
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Some questions about a grammatical interpretation of the sentence quoted from abcnews.go.com?
1) To turn it around: leaders hope [that] legislation will fulfill promises to repeal & replace ACA 2) legislation will fulfill 3) No, I don't think so, unless it is "that" (see my #1 above). 4) Pledges is a noun that is another...
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Which is grammatically-correct- "Was the FCC and President Clinton..." OR "WERE the FCC and President Clinton..."?
WERE : two singular nouns/propnouns connected by 'and' take a plural verb. The boy and the girl were siblings. WERE the boy and the girl siblings? "WERE the FCC and President Clinton...
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