Is this sentence grammatically correct... I have sent an email requesting you be added to the list?
Yes, though to make it flow more smoothly, I would write "I have sent an email requesting that you be added to the list."
The operating costs, as he probably told you, are too hign. With the commas that I added , the sentence is not only grammatically correct, but makes perfect sense, at least to me.
The correct sentence would be: This is Luke's book. If Luke ended in an s, the apostrophe would be after the s ; since it doesn't, an apostrophe and then an s must be added for possession. Example: Jesus' disciples, John's disciples....
It is always back home and not back to home as to is not added before home.
Du nicht verstehen is grammatically incorrect and translates as you not understand. The grammatically correct form would be Du verstehst nicht which translates as you don't understand Du nicht verstehen would be grammatically correct if you added Das kannst in front: Das kannst du nicht verstehen = you can't/wouldn't understand (that)
Only if used in conversational syntax. It is not proper if you just have it be a sentence without the preceding sentence state a fact. For example, # first person says fact or conjecture. "The sky is blue." # Second person wants to know why. "Why?" The entire predicate spans across two sentences. as long as the subject (sky) and predicate verb (is blue) are present in the preceding sentence, than it is grammatically correct… Read More
An annotation is a note that is added to something else. A good sentence would be, the teacher added annotations on the students tests so that they knew the correct answers.
An interjection is a word that is added to a sentence to convey emotion, yet is not grammatically related to any other part of the sentence. An interjection is usually followed with an exclamation mark, such as: Hey! Wow! Oh! Ouch! Whew!
Should be added prediction regarding the joint investigation teams
The Term etiquette includes rules and habits that we follow in social and professional scenarios. There fore the term being plural or a conjugation of various good habits is never added with an additional "S"
Check if sentence is grammatically correct - Fixture come complete with a high quality porcelain socket and lamp?
In order for this sentence to be correct as it is written one would have to add an s to Fixture and change the question mark to a period. The next best sentence would be written with the question mark remaining and 'Do' would be added as the first word in the sentence. It could read; Fixtures come complete with a high quality porcelain socket and lamp. or Do fixtures come complete with a high… Read More
The clerk gave me a total, but she added it wrong. She gave me the correct total and I paid my bill.
Either can be correct in certain situations.
no they do not check unless you are placing or requesting a loan with individual/ you can be added per primary holders request/
It depends a lot on how you put it in as sentence. For example, if you say, "I wrote the correct answer on the test," then the word "correct" in that sentence would be an adjective, because it tells what kind of answer you wrote. However, if you say, "Your answer is correct," the word "correct" in this other sentence would still be an adjective, though it would be the predicate adjective, since "is" is… Read More
No. Michigan was the first state to abolish capital punishment by state constitution in 1846. Added: The correct date is 1846. See below link:
The sentence contains three errors: The first person pronoun 'I' is always capitalized. The noun 'Monday' is a proper noun, the name of a specific day. A proper noun is always capitalized. The preposition 'to' expresses a motion or direction of its object (you). There is no function for motion or direction in this request. The correct sentence is: 'Can I meet you on Monday?' Or, an appropriate preposition that can be added is 'with'… Read More
either they're both correct
You can add or delete contacts from Gmail easily. The contacts could be added by requesting. They can be deleted by the delete option.
Adverbs normally end in '-ly' so if we added '-ly' to correct, the adverb for correct is correctly.
value added benefit
Parenthesis can refer to a type of punctuation consisting of an open and closed bracket. It also refers to an added clause or word in a passage that is not grammatically necessary but adds meaning.
In addition to checking your spelling you must make sure your grammar is correct. In addition to the two bedrooms they have added two bathrooms. In addition to three helpings of the main course he managed two of the puddings.
I've added yet another example for your perusal.
must be added
The word taged in the question is misspelled. The correct spelling of the word is tagged, with an added g. The term tagged means to either touch something or someone, or to mount a sales tag to an item.
Which sentence is correct 'What do a comb a brush and a mirror have in common' or 'What does a comb a brush and a mirror have in common'?
"What do a comb, a brush, and a mirror have in common" is the correct form, with the two commas that have been added. (The second comma is optional, but the first one is not.). The subject of the sentence is "a comb, a brush, and a mirror", three distinct things joined by a cumulative conjunction (and). This subject is obviously plural and requires the plural verb form "do". Note that if "and" were changed… Read More
Example sentence - The chef added a handful of raisins to the batter.
to be an actor As an affix grammatically is a word forming element of one or more syllables they can be added to words to form another related word eg un in unhappy or ness in sadness
That is the correct spelling of "combined" (added together).
That is the correct spelling of "surcharge" (an added fee).
That is correct.
Sugar is a solute when added to water.
Relatively isolated ambiance and greenery backdrops added a unique feature for pond in a solace. Is it a correct sentence?
That sentence is not entirely correct. "In a solace" is an awkward way to describe a pond, I would instead say perhaps a soothing pond. The sentence order is not the most logical either; it appears to have been composed by Yoda. Here is an improved version: The soothing pond has the unique feature of an isolated ambiance and green backdrop. Even then I would argue that these features are not really that unique; there… Read More
Example sentence for the plural possessive noun: The witnesses' statements were added to the police report.
The correct spelling is "enrolled" (added to membership or participation).
You have been reconciled. (sorry I added the d)
Are the plural possessives correct in this sentence - Thank you so much again for all of your the committees the faculties' and the residents consideration?
To correct the plural possessive nouns, an apostrophe must be added to the ending -s of committees (committees') and residents (residents'). The plural, possessive noun faculties' is the correct form. A comma should be placed after the first two of the three plural possessive nouns. Also, the possessive adjective your is extraneous; the article the is the modifier used for all three of the plural possessive nouns. The correct sentence is, "Thank you so much… Read More
Remanded to jail to serve the remainder of your sentence while incarcerated -plus- if you committed a criminal act which VOP'd you, that sentence will be added on.
The plural of metaphor is metaphors, without an E added.
Yes that is correct he has 1 daughter. (Added) No, he has 1 son.
The teacher added more information to the bulletin.
She added an emoticon, then sent the email.
The spices added a unique, pungent scent to the curry.
The correct answer depends on what is known about the number 2610. If it is known to be correct to 3 significant figures, the correct answer is 2620. If it is known to be correct to 4 significant figures, the correct answer is 2622. If all the numbers are known to be accurate to at least 2 decimal places then the correct answer is 2621.92
The correct spelling is "cumulative" (added or collected over time).
Here is a sentence with the word agility, "His agility was an added advantage which landed him the job." This is the ability to move quickly and in a graceful manner.
In addition to serving the remainder of your probation sentence behind bars, you will have added to it, whatever sentence may be given to you for conviction of the burglary offense.
369 should be added. This can be solved by using simple subtraction. All you need to do is subtract 630 from 999 to get the correct answer.
The medieval church added to its wealth by collecting a tithe, or tax.