Within a certain amount it is normal and will stop as time goes on. If it happens within excess then there is a leak and a problem within the brake line.Ê
yes. compressed air because it has a lot of chemicals in it. But the only way this happens is if someone has a open cut or scrape on their body.
The correct spelling is someone.
It is grammatically correct to say it is the time for someone and not it is the time of someone.
Based on integrity can someone validate this question with a good honest and correct answer?
It would be more correct to say, someone who.
The phrase 'urged by someone' is correct; e.g. "He was urged by someone to fight for his rights."
What happens if someone is impeached? What happens if someone is impeached?
I found a small stick of compressed brown grass. Possibley compressed magic mushrooms? idk someone help me
That is correct; you must get it from someone who has it.
If one gives something to someone for temporary use, then it is lending and if someone gets something from others for the same, then it is borrowing. In the sentence mentioned by you, it should be 'you lent a tool to somebody'.
Someone. You have it right.
The question is best written, thus: Can someone show me the correct direction, please!
He already knew how to sing but someone mentioned him to someone bigger
Then you need to correct them. Be careful, though, as sometimes meanings can be misinterpreted, and you would not want to be the one to challenge a valid assertion.
I don't know if i have spelled it right but they are known as an 'Astronomar' if it isn't spelled right sorry but you should get the basic idea of what i have said :) The correct spelling of the word mentioned above is 'Astronomer'.
interesting: in effect you are, because you have reached the terminal velocity for your surface area, which happens to be very large! if wrong, someone please correct me.
Yes, yes it was. As far as we know though, in years to come, someone might find the possibility of it being incorrect, but if it ever happens, it will be a while.
Correct: I wish someone would give me a puppy for Christmas.
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As in someone trying to remember where they left off, "Where was I?" is correct, yes.
The grammar in the question is correct.
No, it is not grammatically correct. If you want someone to correct it for you, please can you explain what you are trying to refer to?
Depending on the context, correct is already a verb. For example, the action "to correct someone" or "to correct spelling" is an action and therefore a verb.