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Edwin Ashworth
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27 votes

Is the sentence "This whiteboard won't erase" grammatically correct?

12 votes

"Could" at the beginning of a non-question sentence

11 votes

Is "sing" a noun or a verb in this quote by Samuel Beckett?

10 votes

My mobile phone has <something wrong>, so I'll get it fixed

9 votes

Confusion regarding "since" vs "for"

5 votes

The vaccine has shown VS The vaccine has been shown

4 votes

What is the meaning of "down by the creek"?

4 votes

"How it works?" vs "How does it work?"

4 votes

Which between "crap" and "shit" is more rude?

4 votes

Article with parts of the body

4 votes

Question about adverbs and what they modify

4 votes

"I was in London, aged 14" sounds like it's saying that London was 14…?

3 votes

Can we use 'each column or row uses', since they are not alive?

3 votes

Compound sentence with a common verb and an article

3 votes

Can we use "happenings" as a synonym for "incidents"?

3 votes

infinitive and noun as object in a sentence

3 votes

What would be the passive version of "I am having the knowledge"?

3 votes

can we use "told+to+object"?

3 votes
Accepted

Does "I'm gonna get it" mean that I'm going to get scolded or punished?

3 votes
Accepted

"what's to stop something" and the "be+to+verb" construction

2 votes
Accepted

In imperative sentences, is it correct to use a full infinitive (to do) instead of a bare

2 votes

Future tenses with present perfect

2 votes

I'd rather you didn't, if you don't mind

2 votes

My English teacher said that non-progressive verbs cannot be use with the ing but there are some exceptions

2 votes

Does 'to' function as a preposition in 'the trick to getting this chair to fold' but as a to-infinitive in 'some tricks to speed up your ...'?

2 votes

expressions in an appositive relation

2 votes
Accepted

is being opened vs to be opened

2 votes

"Do you know" vs. "Did you know"

2 votes

English,article,use of "the"

2 votes

Is it correct to use "can"/"can't" and "possible" together in a sentence?