Which is correct why to go or why go?
like 99.99% sure its why go NOT why to go
Both are correct.
Go and buy is the correct and proper one. "I want to go and buy the toy at the store" is correct, "I want to go to buy the toy at the store." Isnt . Good question tho!
"Did not go" is correct.
Both can be correct. You go to school everyday. Sometimes you get to school early
No queeer top answer not correct.... correct answer is.... YOU
The correct pronunciation of Lego is "lay-go" A normal 'l' as in 'lead' It's a soft 'a' as in 'lay' and go as in 'to go'
That sentence is not correct. I would suggest, you want to go to Canada.
"When he arrived I was ready to go" and "when he arrived I was ready to leave" are both correct
It is Go home, not go to home.
No, but "I didn't go out of our house" is correct.
It is not grammatically correct to say ' you go to home'. Instead you should leave out the word to, and say 'you, go home'.
It would be correct to say "you go shopping at the mall" or "you go to the mall to shop". It is not proper grammar to say "you go shopping TO the mall".
No, the correct way to say that would be... "You should just go to work"
lei down aeep is the correct answer.
I like going to school to be with my friends and do different things not always for the learning but if what we are learning about is alright then i guess i go to school for that to. Answer: The sentence is not correct. The correct version would be "You like to go to school."
"you and I" - with a compound subject like this, if you drop one of the components, you can see which is correct. "You and I will go to the circus", becomes "I will go to the circus" if you drop the "you. On the other hand, "You and me will go to the circus" becomes "Me will go to the circus.". Sounds kinda dumb, doesn't it. meaning both are correct.
yes it is correct.
"That hat doesn't go with that dress!"
yes,why not say go?
Only one sentence is correct. The correct sentence would be "He saw me going there".
The correct spelling for 14 is fourteen. Oddly, the correct spelling for 40 is forty. Go figure.
Go and correct it.
No. I'm assuming you're asking if that's the correct grammar, and it's not. The correct phrase would be "May I please go?".
The sentence All credits go to him, is not correct grammar, and it should be corrected to All credit goes to him.
That is the correct spelling of "proceed" (go on, go forth).
"Few days to go June will be ended soon" is not correct grammar. The correct grammar is "June will end in a few days to come." or "A few days to go until June ends."
The correct one is either: You will never go either. To use neither, there must be an alternate: You will never go and neither will I.
Let's go to the outdoor sculpture show. This is a correct sentence if you capitalize first letter.
Which is not a sentence fragment that uses correct sentence grammar He liked to go He liked to go fishing He fishing go He liked go He liked to?
The one that is NOT a sentence fragment and uses correct sentence grammar is:He liked to go fishing.
Log on means to go online, log in means to sign in. So, both are correct, but they have different meanings
It is "Way to go", not "Way too go". As in, "This is the way to go."
you go and get them fix
I will go with "a special"
Do you like to go for move?
That is the correct spelling (two words) of "go cart."
No. That sentence is grammatically incorrect. The correct sentence would be: In the context of advising someone who is bored: Why not go to the cinema? In the context of suggesting to do something with someone: Why don't we go to the cinema? -Or- Let's go to the cinema.
For a person to Go to Antarctica Costs a Hell Lott'a Money.. But You Need the Correct Equipment, Correct Clothing, Correct Food Sustainability, and the Correct Transport, if you Go By Boat, the Only Place You Can Go Is To The North West Of Antarctica, if you Go By Plane You Can Visit Whereever, the Plane i Highly Recommend Is 'Hercules' Always leave the Propella's GOing otherwise They Will Freeze in The Teeth Shattering Climate.
You are able to go back into your FAFSA after you submit it to correct and add information.
Well, I would go on the news or an iPhone because those have correct time.
Both may be correct. My team and I are ready to go, but This is bad for my team and me.
No. The correct way to say this is, "I didn't go on the website."
I used to go there.
The correct way to phrase this would be; I'm going shopping or if your asking someone a question it would be Are you going shopping?
Dimitte if I am correct.
the correct answer is jonas.
you have not to go swimming after a big dinner.