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Ritwik Bhattacharyya
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5 votes
1 answer
10k views

On my leisure vs At my leisure vs In my leisure

1 vote
2 answers
6k views

complex interrogative sentence

1 vote
1 answer
341 views

Past Perfect Tense for single event

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1 answer
57 views

"In the earthquake" vs. "from the earthquake" vs. "because of the earthquake"

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3 answers
929 views

The form of 'subject' in indirect speech

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2 answers
6k views

use of appropriate preposition 'in' or 'of' after decline

1 vote
1 answer
1k views

use of article in exclamatory and interrogative sentence

1 vote
3 answers
6k views

use of his or him

1 vote
2 answers
6k views

passive voice in complex sentence

1 vote
2 answers
187 views

cleaning vs to be cleaned

0 votes
1 answer
468 views

use of double past tense in a sentence

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2 answers
83 views

case of 'who' vs 'whom'

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0 answers
33 views

proper parts of speech and analysis of structure

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1 answer
7k views

appropriate preposition with 'influence'

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2 answers
3k views

Use of 'having' as experience vs. possession

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1 answer
72 views

determining present participle

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1 answer
209 views

use of singular/plural verb in case of linked subjects

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3 answers
1k views

verb according to which subject in case of 'or' 'either-or' and 'together with'

0 votes
4 answers
302 views

present participle use in different ways

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2 answers
86 views

passive to active voice using modal

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1 answer
381 views

determining adverb or preposition in phrasal verb

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2 answers
3k views

Use of helping verb in interrogative sentence

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1 answer
112 views

use of "could have"

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2 answers
4k views

right usage of subject verb agreement: "There is only one of his novels that are/is interesting"

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3 answers
85 views

appropriate prepositon

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1 answer
135 views

Omission of That and which

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1 answer
633 views

use of preposition after verb prefer 'over' vs 'to'

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1 answer
298 views

meaning of having as main verb