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ɛռɢʟɨֆɦɢʏǟռ Feb 11
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Kelly Russell Feb 13
Having to study for my grammar class is frying my brain.
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Jim McDade 22h
Vacuum is a two syllable word!
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Kristen L Hodnett Jan 16
"There are two kinds of people in this world — the ones who loved diagramming, and the ones who hated it," "Diagramming sentences ... teaches nothing beyond the ability to diagram." 😬
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Megha Nayar Jan 30
The day I uncover the mystery of why Gujaratis refuse to pronounce the ‘s’ in plurals, I will write a book to help them out of this habit and happily retire. Sigh.
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Remi Sonaiya Jan 17
Please, Nigerians (incl. journalists), let's pay attention to basic grammar: When you have a plural subject (e.g. INEC Chairman & Members) your verb can't be in -s form, which is singular. INEC Chair & Members RECEIVE... (not RECEIVES). Thanks!
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English Grammar Feb 3
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BBC Learning English Jan 30
Let’s test your grammar! 😊 Complete these sentences using the present passive continuous. In this meeting, we ______ (tell) about our new colleagues. 👨💼 👩💼. We ______ (not tell) about the plans for next month. 📆
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Ellen✍K Jan 20
Sick to the teeth of seeing "should of", "could of" etc, all over the internet in memes and otherwise quite funny posts that I might HAVE shared but for the grammar. Come on people - it's not 'of', it's 'have'. Rant over.
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Josh Brown, PharmD, PhD Feb 1
An example of when an applicant essay uses a participle in a not so pleasant way: "...my experience with hurting people in third world countries."
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CoffeeMostly Feb 15
A question begins with a question word and ends with a question mark. There is no such thing as a “fake question”.
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BBC Learning English Feb 6
Show everyone how well you know ! 😎 Tell us which sentence is incorrect ❌: a)We’ll start at midday. 🕛 b)We should finish at the afternoon. ⌛ c)We’ll have a break at about two. ☕
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Scott Gregory Lloyd Feb 10
There is no singular “they” or “them” in correct . If you do not know the gender of person, say “he” unless notified differently or when speaking generically. “I shake everyone’s hand, even if he doesn’t offer it.”
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Isaac Feb 13
The girl who walks next to you is that i like it.
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Janice Francis Jan 31
Replying to @realDonaldTrump
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HUMOR JON TAMPAN Dec 14
Replying to @saya_AAL @pak_pokir
Blues ia mother of music... Artinya ibu memakai blues.
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Koamas Tuition Centre Feb 13
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هدى محمد Feb 10
While I was in university, our english instructor used to force us on using passive voice sentences. coz no one gives a sh** on who’s doing the act. Now, MS word keeps suggesting me to revise my sentences to be active!!
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Kym Meyer Dec 29
Ok and folks…I need help. Which sentence starter is correct? (Or list suggestions in comments)
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EL tv Jan 31
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