Learners of German would often be unclear in these problem areas.
The problem gets worse when an indirect or direct object is involved, as this makes it even more difficult for a listener to ...
i want know what type of sentence is it and why do we use past participle here and 2nd example i took from (Alan Walker song Faded)
1)You will be shocked?
2)I am faded
This is from a book.
That individual distress as such would not elicit any substantial government
succour became clearer than ever during the hard-hitting depression of
1913-14. Public ...
"We just are diligent, and we'll continue to do so."
I saw this sentence quoted by this article. "We just are diligent" looks unusual to me. I normally see "We are just diligent" instead. So, is ...
Here's a sentence from a textbook
Before I left home, I promised my parents that I would return.
According to the given instruction, I'm suppose to rephrase it into a participial sentence.
I know we can say
A provides twice as much performance as B does
Using the exactly same structure, the coordinating conjunctions, how can I reverse this? Is it OK to write
B provides twice as less ...
I am feeling 50/50 about whether I should add 'with you' in this sentence.
I am keen to discuss further with you about how I can contribute to your company.
I am keen to discuss further about ...
Which one of the following two sentences is correct?
The boy whose pen was lost was very poor.
The boy whose pen was lost, was very poor.
Do I require a comma before the 2nd was?
Hello I've got a question regarding for someone to (verb)
I'm always curious about "for someone to" phrase.
Here's my examples:
This is first time to see her not tieing up her hair. O
This is ...
Why I did, what I did
Is this sentence grammatically correct?
And can it be used in a situation where If a task can be done in multiple ways and someone has to explain "Why they did, what they did"
i have gone through few documents in google about ‘having+verb3’ and came to know below thing.
‘Having done’ —> can be said as ‘After doing’
Having finished our work, we went home.
We could also say ...
Peter (nickname) is in his late forties. We have been friends for years.
He used to be a stay-at-home dad, because he had 3 young daughters.
(now they have grown up)
He had been doing a few part-time ...
I know both A) and B) are okay. But how about C)? That is, can I replace ‘to communicate’ with ‘communicating’ in the following sentence?
A) Aphasia is a language disorder that makes it very ...
I've finished editing some files and I was about to write a little side note to my friend that went
there wasn't much to be changed
That sentence popped into my head automatically, but then I ...
" I went to Thailand’s Koh Samui on my honeymoon.
Oh, it was really great.
I stayed at Private Pool Villa.
And because pool and ocean are on a horizontal suface, you have to feel as if the emerald-...
Imagine someone is indebted to you some amount of money. You are going to get it back. You friend who knows the issue, meets you and wants to ask about the matter. Which one of the following questions ...
Suppose you work in a office and there is a guy there who you know for a year and you he asks you to call him so that he could find his missing phone through hearing the phone vibrating or something. ...
I would have gone with her. But she didn't ask me .
I would have gone with her .But she hadn't asked me .
Do we have to use past perfect in this example ? Is there any difference in meanings ?
Which sentence is correct?
Does it change anything?
Is it changes anything?
How would native speaker say something like this?
Read after his finishing homework.
Read after he has finished homework.
Are these sentences correct? What's the difference between them?
If you feel Judith speak while weeping, we say:
I sensed Judith speak in a choked voice
I sensed Judith speak in a choking voice
I sensed Judith's choking voice
I sensed Judith's choked voice
I will be coming from tomorrow onwards.
Is this an accurate way or a phrase to tell someone about the planning and as a promise that from tomorrow onwards, I'll be there?
In this sentence:
A market research and feasibility studies may be OF great help to succeed in business.
When do you exactly use this ''of'' in sentences? Sometimes I just include them in my ...
I'm concerned my sentence may sound awkward
In many cases we want to give the same set of directories as we give to -L to -rpath
when I want to say
In many cases, if we want to give directories ...
Look at this sentence below. We need to find if any part of the sentence is wrong
The cruel giant enjoyed/to persecute the boys/who lived near his
First I thought that this is a correct ...
In my experience, people can say sentences like:
"How much guitar do you play a day?"
"How much do you play guitar a day?"
Do you think they are interchangeable? I think so.
I'm not sure which one is correct. I had read that "does have" is more likely used in American English and "has got" in British English. But which one of these is correct?
What kind of hobbies does ...
I wrote this sentences:
In the Web accessibility tools, speech rendering of the main content [of a web page] can provide better access to a web page for the visually impaired users.
I came across some sentences in which they add as before a adjective, but I can't make it clear all the time, saying
revising is more involved and typically means you've re-checked everything and ...
I have gone through some documents in google about past perfect continuous tense and came to know below things.
The past perfect continuous tense (also known as the past perfect progressive tense) ...
Here I have to figure out the difference in the meaning of the following 2 sentences.
"I'm going to go to work."
" I'm going to work".
I want to know the 2 different contexts to use above ...
Imagine someone has experienced a bad accident one year ago and then has become housebound. Which one of the following sentences sounds grammatically and structurally more correct in this respect:
I am writing an essay for an exam where I am getting all the sentences with the word 'used to'. Is there a way I can write it without using it.
I used to be reluctant to eat food. My ...
I am having 2 sentences and looking for a way to join them. As I am unable to find a proper clause to do this, I feel to use ; to join them.
The results are analysed based on the reference data ...
Similarly,how do express "The interest of doing sth is at..." like a native speaker.
The interest of learning a foreign language is ...
The happiness of studying mathematics ...
Is this statement correct? "I want to buy another of this shoe"?
In these examples:
It is required that we file taxes.
It is crucial for my friend to be here.
It is possible that humans are on the edge of breathtaking discoveries..
How can I convert these ...
Rather than reject even the possibility that photographs have something to tell us about the Shoah, Didi-Huberman shows that they can offer other important insights.
Do "Rather than rejecting" and "...
Let's say you are a referee in a match, with team A and team B. Furthermore, you can't side...
Either of the teams
Either of those teams
Can I use either of them interchangeably or is ...
I am unsure about the following sentence:
With research being an important milestone for the faculty, I hope to increase the output of my publications in the future.
I'm unsure about starting the ...
Look at the example below:
The manager is having his problems (A)/ but we have (B)/ ours as well. (C)/ No error (D)
The site that I am following says:
The verb "have" can work as continuous and ...
Are these sentences grammatical?
1- I neither usually wake up at 6 am, nor do I like to wake up at 5 am.
2- We neither wear the same clothes, nor do we eat the same food.
3- We don't wear the same ...
I am writing an email requesting not to dedudct loss of pay for the leave I have not taken.
Is my below sentence construction is correct ?
a) Please do not deduct My loss of pay as I did not bring ...
I should have done this.
I should have been done this.
I should have been to do this.
I have not too much idea about english but I want to know that, grammatically above sentences are correct ...
"Any chance you know where John goes? <-- is it correct?
Or the correct form has to be
"By any chance, do you know where John goes?"
Most important, it turns us against the very entity that holds the capacity to address society’s most pressing problems and on which democracy and freedom depend, our own government.
I need a help. ...
That's what your fantasy was
This was your fantasy
This all was your fantasy
What is the difference between these three sentences? To me, being a non-native speaker, they sound alike. But I know ...
Which one of the two following options sounds correct?
She told him her dream that her husband would buy her a pair of diamond earrings.
She told him her dream that was that her husband would ...
Below sentence is copied from The Economist.
Firms operating there will be subject to rules based on English common law, enforced by independent courts, the government promises.
I'm not able to ...
I have situation wherein out of the two sports team I'm in a dilemma which players will be a part of their respective teams. The players may or may not be a part of their respective teams due to ...