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Please define a subordidinate clause
In linguistics, language, grammar - asked by mdj20 - 1 answer
what word can be used to describe a thing that is always the same but perceived differently by different people? i.e. an ink blot
In grammar - asked by - 4 answers
passive voice usage
In grammar - asked by tahi1 - 2 answers
Is this National Grammar against Fascism Week?
In English, grammar, writing - asked by - 2 answers
Is "I'm a chav" an irregular verb form, or does it have a 1st person singular?
In culture, grammar, english - asked by - 4 answers
what is the odd one out and why?
In english grammar - asked by (Guest6652) - 3 answers
If you were on a chat site, either internet or WAP, would someone's bad grammar and/or spelling put you off talking to them?
In spelling, grammar, chat - asked by - 16 answers
How would you spell pair, pare and pear in the sentence "there are three ways to spell the four letter word ????"
In language, grammar - asked by - 4 answers
having just read a book about a gun-toting panda, i found myself shocked into silence. my grammar, which was painstakingly refined after a proof-reading course, has been americanised! has anyone else been an unknowing victim of this plague?
In grammar, punctuation, americanisation - asked by beeper_spryte - 3 answers
What's the only word on the English language to begin "tm"?
In English language, grammar, general knowledge - asked by - 4 answers
Why do people replace the word "me" with "myself"?
In grammar, IQ, false - asked by ndm20 - 2 answers
Why does everyone use the word "Utilise" when they can just say use?
In grammar, speech - asked by Catfloppy - 2 answers
the book is the one I have been searching for
In grammar - asked by (Guest1696) - 2 answers
What is the difference between shall and will?
In english, language, grammar - asked by ndm20 - 1 answer
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