What should I say, “Which of the following…” or “Which of the followings…”?
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Which sentence is correct, “Did you go to school” or “Did you went to school”?
Is the word man’s plural or singular?
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Is “is” a verb?
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Is it acceptable to say “I’d always been around for”? Which one is correct to use Has always been or had always been? Thank you in advance, gentlemen! 🙂
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What happen or what happened? Which one is the correct question to ask?
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What does porch mean?
Analyze the sentence for its essential elements: On our recent vacation to England and Ireland, my brothers and sisters and I enjoyed many wonderful sites and meals.a) Subject, intransitive verbb) Subject, transitive verb, direct objectc) Subject, linking verb, predicate adjectived) Subject, ...
What is correct, ‘Thanks You’ or ‘Thank You’? I would like to say Thanks to my boss for helping me in some office work. I am bit confused to use Thanks You in the reply.