Grammar

Includes properly using words and other components to form complete sentences; also inlcludes the various rules associated with forming sentences.

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Literature and Language
Grammar

Can you say l will be available on December?

I.d.k

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Word Games
English Spelling and Pronunciation

What 5 letter word has the same vowel sound as wheel and is someplace sandy?

A , E , I , O ,U

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Sentence and Word Structure
Syllable Count

Do 2 syllable words ending with ed create 3 syllable words?

Sometimes, but only when the word would not be pronounceable without the extra syllable. After t or d, in English you can't have an immediately following t or d, so a vowel has to be inserted before the "-d" ending, and this new vowel produces an extra syllable.

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Pronouns

When do you use 'who' and when do you use 'whom'?

What is your name

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Middle Ages
Grammar

What is ope short for in old English?

Ope isn't short for anything in old English - It's a pseudo-word and is found exclusively in modern second-rate verses, where it means "open." The word did not exist back in the time when people spoke Old English.

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Sentence and Word Structure
Syllable Count

How many syllables in seven?

There are 2 syllables. (Se-ven)

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Plural Nouns
Nouns

What is the plural for premium?

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English Language
Grammar
Prefixes Suffixes and Root Words

What is the prefix for read and tie?

The prefix forÊread is reread whileÊtie is untie. AlwaysÊbear in mind that a prefix is a word that creates a new meaning when introduced at the beginning of another word. For example, the prefix for happy isÊunhappy.Ê

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What is grammar monster's birthday secret date?

wait no 5th novemb

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What is grammatically right- looking forward for your reply or looking forward to your reply'?

Looking forward to your reply is correct.

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Climatology and Climate Changes

What is a climate of pluralism?

In this phrase, pluralism is not referring to anything grammatical. It is referring to pluralism as a diversity of viewpoints or the stance that no one view is better than another.

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What is the feminine form of patron?

The feminine form of patron is patroness.

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Accents and Dialects
Grammar
The Difference Between

What is different between vowels and consonants?

Consonants are pronounced by obstructing the airflow through the vocal tract, vowels are pronounced by passing air through different shapes of the mouth. Example: pronounce the letter T. You find that you must flick your tongue on your teeth, or obstructing the airflow through the vocal tract. Try other consonants too, like P is pronounce by pushing the lips together then apart. now pronounce all the vowels, you'll find you don't really use your lips tongue or teeth, just shaping your mouth differently and pushing air out.

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France in WW2
Grammar

Show the list of masculine and feminine genders?

Your question doesn't really make sense in the context of the French language. All nouns are either masculine or feminine, and all adjectives and pronouns have both a masculine form and a feminine form (occasionally they are the same). Any word modifying or replacing a given noun must match that noun's gender.

For example:

J'aime bien ce livre. Il est assez intéressant. -- I like this book. It is rather interesting.

J'aime bien cette sculpture. Elle est assez intéressante. -- I like this sculpture. It is rather interesting.

In English only one word changes (book -> sculpture). But in French all the words relating to that noun also change, since livre is masculine while sculpture is feminine.

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Literature and Language
Grammar

Can you say more formally?

You could SAY more formally but would likely be SHOWN more effectively

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Sentence and Word Structure

What are fifteen examples of complex and compound sentences?

  1. Although the little girl prefers wearing dresses, she wore jeans last Saturday and felt very comfortable.
  2. Mr. Schmidt usually shovels the driveway, but because of the heavy snow, he used the snowblower.
  3. Lauren forgot to do her homework, so she scrambled to finish it while she ate breakfast.
  4. Matthew may be a basketball star, but he sure scored a lot of runs when he subbed on the baseball team.
  5. Miss Mays teaches art, but she often helps out in the office when they're shorthanded.
  6. Though Grampa prefers watching westerns, he rented a new science fiction film, and he enjoyed it very much.
  7. The children usually play outside at recess, but because of the rain, they are in the gymnasium.
  8. Because Halloween is coming soon, mom bought some material and started making my costume.
  9. Mom cooks all week, but on Fridays, we go out to eat.
  10. Cindy enjoyed her vacation, but once she got home, she was glad to be there.
  11. The boys usually play video games, but because it is so nice outside, they're out riding their skateboards.
  12. She bought the popcorn, but she returned to the store because she forgot to get butter and salt.
  13. Trina watches crime shows all the time, but when the awards show was on, she wanted to see it.
  14. He usually goes to his tennis lesson, but when the neighbor needed a babysitter, he skipped it.
  15. She has lots of housework to do, but she'd rather stay on the computer and anwer questions on her favorite website.
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Plural Nouns
Nouns

Is reader a singular or plural?

"Reader" is a singular noun and" Readers" is a plural noun

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Sentence and Word Structure
Example Sentences

Can you start a sentence with the word hopefully?

Yes, you can start a sentence with the word hopefully. Example: Hopefully you understand the difference between a simile and a metaphor.

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Grammar

Is it grammatically correct to say less worse?

No. Use "less bad" or "better"

It is, though people tend to opt for the positive, i.e. it is better

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Plural Nouns
Possessive Nouns

What is the plural possessive form of judges?

jusges’

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Plural Nouns
Nouns

What is the plural word for prognosis?

The plural form of the noun 'prognosis' is prognoses.

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Plural Nouns
Nouns

What is the singular form of libretto?

Libretto is the singular. Libretti is the plural. Sometimes librettos is also commonly used as the plural.

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Adjectives and Articles
Nouns

What is noun form of frighten?

Frightening is the noun form of the verb to frighten.

A related noun form is fright.

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Catholicism
Grammar

Is it Wednesday special or Wednesday's special?

Either form would be proper depending upon what you wish to convey.

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Plural Nouns
Nouns

What is the plural of occurrence?

Occurrences is the plural of occurrence:

On how many occurrences did you observe Mr. Gray waiting in the lobby?

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