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'without charges being filed'
Friday, August 30, 2019 4:06:07 AM
Spontaneously, I liked the third sentence best, then I read your comment...
take or bring
Friday, August 9, 2019 12:19:33 PM
these empty bottle to the supermarket and
some new ones.
feed with, treat to
Thursday, July 25, 2019 11:20:36 AM
"feed" being an irregular verb, forms the past tense "fed"
Wednesday, July 24, 2019 7:40:03 AM
I don't see the words "wide eddy" anywhere in the above paragraph. Am I going blind?
Neither do I. So don't worry, Romany, your eyesight is okay.
(Why, Daddy, are there so many thistle-seeds blown across the Channel?)Maybe the thistles are a symbol of how painful the BREXIT will turn out to be
Please, check the improved sentenses, the order of words
Wednesday, July 24, 2019 7:32:18 AM
The word order "with a cord around their necks" seems okay to me. But the version in which "the cord" appears second does not really make a big difference, if at all.
Instead of "began" - especially since it it used two times, I would rather use "started". Or change completely into sth.like: ... which in consequence meant that his friend was dragged behind him...
But this is just personal taste.
Hope I could help a little.
Send 'em back
Thursday, July 18, 2019 12:27:37 PM
If I was a USA citizen, I'd be thoroughly ashamed of the POTUS .....
No article or the 'a' article
Monday, July 8, 2019 5:34:07 AM
no indefinite article should be used here. "... kind of miracle"
My favourite source to look such things up ist the Oxford Learner's Dictionary (OLD). Follow the link and see under + Grammar Point.
some stories from
Thursday, July 4, 2019 2:56:54 AM
I'd like to add that dangling prepositions will rather be found in written language than in spoken English.
some stories from
Thursday, July 4, 2019 2:53:47 AM
The question was if these two sentences grammatically correct.
a. I found this book I think you will like some citations from. I am writing them down for you.
b. I found this collection of short stories I am sure he will appreciate some stories from. I am sending the book to him.
I believe they are.
Tuesday, July 2, 2019 3:30:02 PM
As far as palapaguy's answer is concerned:
Usage is often different from grammatical correctness.
Remember the McDonald's slogan: "I'm loving it". Grammatically, this ought to be wrong.
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