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This tag is for grammar questions, but only if you're not certain what other tag to use. If possible, tag as tense, verb, articles, prepositions, or some other more specific tag or tags instead.

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I am going to have you arrested. I am going to get you arrested. I am going to have you punched. I am going to get you punched. Both are logical and grammatical right? If yes, what's the …
asked Jun 11 '14 by golnaz
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appreciate with gratitude all your efforts. You'd come up against pains and sacrifices yet you endured them with your greatest fortitude. What we are now is because of our prayers, your patience and perseverance. I do not know my grammar is correct or not? Thanks. …
asked Jun 11 '14 by golnaz
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What is the difference between certain and sure? I do not understand the grammatical differences between them.
asked Jun 20 '14 by golnaz
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What is the difference between career, job and profession? I do not understand the differences. Can you explain them?
asked Jun 10 '14 by golnaz
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Who can say the differences between them?
asked Jan 28 '15 by golnaz
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I cannot understand the meaning of this sentence: "Sara is as handsome as her husband is ugly." Can somebody explain it in a clear way?
asked Dec 16 '14 by golnaz
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Can you explain more? I do not know when we can use them in the sentence. Can we use them instead of each other? They have a beautiful home. They have a beautiful house.
asked Oct 24 '14 by golnaz
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I do not understand the grammatical differences between "though" and "although". Can we use them interchangeably?
asked Jun 26 '14 by golnaz