user1764381's user avatar
user1764381's user avatar
user1764381's user avatar
user1764381
  • Member for 7 years, 4 months
  • Last seen more than a week ago
15 votes
2 answers
3k views

Is it wrong to hyphenate a phrasal verb like "log in" or is it a matter of style?

5 votes
1 answer
375 views

Gerund phrase after the preposition "in"

3 votes
1 answer
949 views

The user is logged in vs The user is logged-in

2 votes
1 answer
70 views

Is there something wrong with the conjunction "but" in the second sentence of this example?

1 vote
1 answer
65 views

Why is "uses" in "Peter is uses a dictionary" wrong?

1 vote
1 answer
98 views

He is making the problem worst/worse

1 vote
1 answer
765 views

Why does "The event has canceled" sound strange when "The event has started" and "The event has ended" sound fine?

1 vote
2 answers
557 views

Present tense passive (The moon is made of the same material as earth.)

1 vote
2 answers
3k views

Is "Your account is pending activation." correct?

1 vote
2 answers
867 views

Why hyphenate past-tense phrasal verb when turning it into an adjective?

1 vote
2 answers
4k views

Is this "helped + make" combination a form of subjunctive?

1 vote
3 answers
1k views

Why is it wrong to use a bare infinitive after "is"?

1 vote
1 answer
9k views

"to delete" vs "to be deleted"

0 votes
0 answers
118 views

If the "to" in "Please sign in to https://facebook.com to view my photos." is wrong, what's the reason?

0 votes
3 answers
100 views

Is it wrong to use present tense with -s in subjunctive?

0 votes
1 answer
157 views

Is `is` correct in this sentence? Or it should be `was`?

0 votes
0 answers
72 views

Dissecting gerund phrase

0 votes
1 answer
177 views

Possessive + non-ing noun phrase (Your joining the forum)

0 votes
1 answer
202 views

"This Page Intentionally Left Blank"

0 votes
1 answer
6k views

"if" conditional with present perfect tense that could be real

0 votes
1 answer
150 views

The issue was/is that the staffs were corrupt

0 votes
1 answer
57 views

Conjunction to use after "one of the following" + comma-separated list

0 votes
1 answer
59 views

Why compound modifiers are not usually hyphenated when they come after the noun?

-1 votes
1 answer
571 views

Possibility with should/could/must/might