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Does anyone have a history to the origin of “Hot Dog!” as an exclamation?

Author : Mikey10158
Subreddit : grammar
Points : 4
Published : 6 hours ago
Comments : 1

Are there cases where "a" is followed by a word with a letter beginning with a vowel?

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Points : 22
Published : 5 hours ago
Comments : 9

What kind of syntax does Thoreau use in this quote?

Author : WolfedHD
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Points : 1
Published : 7 hours ago
Comments : 0

Brain fart

Author : kittybeer
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Points : 2
Published : 3 hours ago
Comments : 7

Should there be a comma after however in this sentence?

Author : Bentheball1
Subreddit : grammar
Points : 1
Published : 6 hours ago
Comments : 2

Capital

Author : raheem871
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Points : 1
Published : 6 hours ago
Comments : 1

Was/were

Author : moooooanaaaaa
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Points : 3
Published : 5 minutes ago
Comments : 4

Is "to" necessary in the following sentence?

Author : patriotto
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Points : 1
Published : 4 hours ago
Comments : 7

Is the Following Grammatically Correct? "The attitudes of the family's"

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Points : 0
Published : 4 hours ago
Comments : 2

"Kafkaesque and fraught with obvious problems and contradictions." - Grammatically correct?

Author : ZimbaZumba
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Points : 1
Published : 4 hours ago
Comments : 0

software / a software

Author : taxboogy
Subreddit : grammar
Points : 1
Published : 3 hours ago
Comments : 1

Anything

Author : onlyXander
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Points : 0
Published : 2 hours ago
Comments : 1

Technicalities of the possessive apostrophe with proper nouns

Author : MajorMeerkats
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Points : 2
Published : 1 hour ago
Comments : 2

Is "I have to deliver a lot of works" correct?

Author : DoctorDolor
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Points : 1
Published : 1 hour ago
Comments : 4

Could the French phrase, "Au contraire," be used as a transition phrase in an essay, despite commonly being reserved for argumentation?

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Points : 1
Published : 1 hour ago
Comments : 1

“Fields were burned; villages, pillaged. Why is there a comma before pillaged

Author : bendo2628
Subreddit : grammar
Points : 14
Published : 14 hours ago
Comments : 9

even not got/Not even got

Author : SadWeb
Subreddit : grammar
Points : 2
Published : 3 hours ago
Comments : 1

Some software were used OR some software was used?

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Points : 2
Published : 3 hours ago
Comments : 2

Is institutionalizes a word?

Author : epicmobman
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Points : 1
Published : 45 minutes ago
Comments : 2

There is/are

Author : taxboogy
Subreddit : grammar
Points : 3
Published : 7 hours ago
Comments : 2

What does the word “apophyrical” mean?

Author : Kamozai
Subreddit : grammar
Points : 0
Published : 2 hours ago
Comments : 2

Need help - "python is f-ing art" vs "python is a f-ing art".

Author : oddLeafNode
Subreddit : grammar
Points : 1
Published : 3 hours ago
Comments : 2

Are jail and prison synonyms?

Author : frnoss
Subreddit : grammar
Points : 0
Published : 3 hours ago
Comments : 1

Haven’t vs. Did not

Author : hipposandwich
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Points : 3
Published : 10 hours ago
Comments : 4

Is the following sentence a double negative?

Author : Hungry-san
Subreddit : grammar
Points : 9
Published : 19 hours ago
Comments : 3

Need Help Revising a Sentence

Author : Domdom1339
Subreddit : grammar
Points : 1
Published : 11 hours ago
Comments : 1

PLEASE HELP ME WITH THIS SENTENCE

Author : satchboo
Subreddit : grammar
Points : 0
Published : 12 hours ago
Comments : 2

"Rebel spaceships and Rebel spies should be capitalized"?

Author : Chlodio
Subreddit : grammar
Points : 6
Published : 22 hours ago
Comments : 2

Is “by” necessary when using reflexive pronouns?

Subreddit : grammar
Points : 11
Published : 1 day ago
Comments : 1

Less money?

Author : apophenist
Subreddit : grammar
Points : 2
Published : 20 hours ago
Comments : 6

Does & count as a word without a vowel?

Author : Fxguru666
Subreddit : grammar
Points : 2
Published : 21 hours ago
Comments : 4

Bill Ketter: Trump's strange grammar rule

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Points : 0
Published : 10 hours ago
Comments : 1

What does 'bulk' mean in this context?

Author : reLAX00
Subreddit : grammar
Points : 9
Published : 1 day ago
Comments : 5

When I'm quoting a poem multiple times in a piece, do I have to fix the capitalization every time it appears?

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Points : 4
Published : 1 day ago
Comments : 4

Adverb proceeds or preceeds an adjective?

Author : treasureberry
Subreddit : grammar
Points : 2
Published : 1 day ago
Comments : 1

How to make an appointment at doctor's office etc.?

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Points : 2
Published : 1 day ago
Comments : 1

Employees must wash all their hands prior to returning to work.

Author : IdioticFishy
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Points : 1
Published : 21 hours ago
Comments : 5

Think X and Y comes across your mind. Is it grammatically correct or a commonly used grammatically incorrect phrase?

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Points : 2
Published : 1 day ago
Comments : 1

"Couldn't be further from the truth" sentence (please help)

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Points : 1
Published : 23 hours ago
Comments : 1

What is the past tense of whim?

Author : Spaceactin
Subreddit : grammar
Points : 1
Published : 1 day ago
Comments : 8

Is "Disposing of what needs to be disposed off" a grammatically correct sentence?

Author : rudshire
Subreddit : grammar
Points : 1
Published : 1 day ago
Comments : 3

Good use of Semicolon?

Author : mayagrafix
Subreddit : grammar
Points : 1
Published : 1 day ago
Comments : 0

Preserving Your Communities Value ?? Community's / Communitys'

Author : TaoTeChing81
Subreddit : grammar
Points : 1
Published : 1 day ago
Comments : 2

Don’t stress. I’ll take him, and bring him home if you’d like?

Author : whosKiwi
Subreddit : grammar
Points : 2
Published : 1 day ago
Comments : 7

Capitalizing the Opening in a Letter

Author : burying_luck
Subreddit : grammar
Points : 1
Published : 1 day ago
Comments : 8

Is this sentence grammatically correct?

Author : AngelsCreator
Subreddit : grammar
Points : 0
Published : 1 day ago
Comments : 9

I need help finding subject and verb of the grey part (starting with "Not just fat people") . And if there is no sunject and verb can I get help with all the compenents of this sentence. Thank you :)

Author : 6L1TCH
Subreddit : grammar
Points : 1
Published : 1 day ago
Comments : 2

"George Orwell's story depicts a totalitarian society in which he uses Winston to show the dangers that a totalitarian government may pose unto its citizens"

Author : swagmonster55
Subreddit : grammar
Points : 7
Published : 1 day ago
Comments : 6

"To get directions to his house, you need an address" - Is the comma correct?

Subreddit : grammar
Points : 16
Published : 1 day ago
Comments : 2

"No option is more difficult than any other whether that be adjusting your use or abstaining." Is that a run-on sentence? Should there be a comma after "whether"?

Author : 3asybeat
Subreddit : grammar
Points : 3
Published : 1 day ago
Comments : 3

Is it practise or practice?

Author : timc00k2018
Subreddit : grammar
Points : 6
Published : 1 day ago
Comments : 2

Is "had" correct in this context?

Author : jantilkut
Subreddit : grammar
Points : 6
Published : 2 days ago
Comments : 5

Which would be correct?

Subreddit : grammar
Points : 2
Published : 1 day ago
Comments : 2

Do auxiliaries belong to one of the parts of speech categories?

Author : snowlord8
Subreddit : grammar
Points : 1
Published : 1 day ago
Comments : 3

Why don't you use "it's" possessively?

Author : rlev
Subreddit : grammar
Points : 1
Published : 1 day ago
Comments : 6

Do we use comma between adjectives?

Author : earth_nice
Subreddit : grammar
Points : 1
Published : 1 day ago
Comments : 5

Oh.. I will be very upset if this happens.?

Author : antalore122
Subreddit : grammar
Points : 2
Published : 2 days ago
Comments : 1

Is this sentence grammatically right?

Author : vipul115
Subreddit : grammar
Points : 1
Published : 1 day ago
Comments : 7

Plural abbreviation of attorney general

Author : chazemarley
Subreddit : grammar
Points : 1
Published : 1 day ago
Comments : 11

"None of us brought our children" or "None of us brought their children"?

Author : alcoyana
Subreddit : grammar
Points : 12
Published : 2 days ago
Comments : 15

The god thing about these shoes (is or are) that they are comfortable.

Author : widenergrad
Subreddit : grammar
Points : 6
Published : 2 days ago
Comments : 4

Question

Author : Lancer_000
Subreddit : grammar
Points : 2
Published : 2 days ago
Comments : 3

Question about Shakespearean/early modern English grammar.

Author : LouieFr
Subreddit : grammar
Points : 2
Published : 2 days ago
Comments : 1

Whats a good grammar check site online?

Author : frenchforever
Subreddit : grammar
Points : 13
Published : 3 days ago
Comments : 2

Source- (I) am a grammar nazi

Author : Digglerchick3
Subreddit : grammar
Points : 3
Published : 2 days ago
Comments : 4

'I would love to live in NY, but it's too expensive.' What is the time aspect of the infinitive 'to live'?

Author : XilenceCE
Subreddit : grammar
Points : 1
Published : 2 days ago
Comments : 7

Homing in or honing in?

Subreddit : grammar
Points : 16
Published : 3 days ago
Comments : 2

Is it “me and my Mom’s store,” “mine and my Mom’s store,” “my Mom’s and my store,” or something completely different? Lol.

Subreddit : grammar
Points : 2
Published : 2 days ago
Comments : 4

I'm making backup discs for my photography clients. Do I capitalize "of" in "Your Photos Of?"

Author : SubjectC
Subreddit : grammar
Points : 2
Published : 2 days ago
Comments : 2

[UK] How should you use inverted commas when referencing a pluralised version of a singular word? ("When editing, I have to weed out my 'suddenlys'.")

Author : metamorphomo
Subreddit : grammar
Points : 7
Published : 3 days ago
Comments : 1

I want you to do it with Josh and me" or "I want you to do it with Josh and I?"

Author : vertrok
Subreddit : grammar
Points : 6
Published : 3 days ago
Comments : 4

When inverting a sentence, do you need a comma? For instance, which is right? "He kept the dog. The rabbit, he gave away." Or, ”He kept the dog. The rabbit he gave away."

Subreddit : grammar
Points : 15
Published : 3 days ago
Comments : 9

How would you put... this... into a sentence correctly?

Author : quad5914
Subreddit : grammar
Points : 4
Published : 3 days ago
Comments : 2

Why does English look more like French than it does German, even more so than the percentage of words they each contribute to the English language?

Author : Robert_Jarman
Subreddit : grammar
Points : 3
Published : 3 days ago
Comments : 10

Can I say “based basis”

Author : DMoney859
Subreddit : grammar
Points : 3
Published : 3 days ago
Comments : 4

'WAS' OR 'WERE'??

Author : Astroman97
Subreddit : grammar
Points : 1
Published : 3 days ago
Comments : 4

Is it a correct sentence grammatically? (God only exists in the minds of the people who follow him)

Author : worrisomee
Subreddit : grammar
Points : 0
Published : 3 days ago
Comments : 3

Which sounds better?

Author : bp5678
Subreddit : grammar
Points : 2
Published : 3 days ago
Comments : 2

Which one is more accurate?

Author : Clavelio
Subreddit : grammar
Points : 2
Published : 3 days ago
Comments : 4

What is correct: create a solution or make a solution?

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Points : 2
Published : 3 days ago
Comments : 3

Tenses: "is" or "was" in Reference to the Past: Is the Former ever Acceptable?

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Points : 0
Published : 3 days ago
Comments : 1

Is this sentence okay?

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Points : 1
Published : 3 days ago
Comments : 2

Which one is correct?

Subreddit : grammar
Points : 1
Published : 3 days ago
Comments : 4

Referring to two people with the title of Dr.

Author : Kennyv777
Subreddit : grammar
Points : 4
Published : 3 days ago
Comments : 4

Grammar War: Battle of the Gummies

Subreddit : grammar
Points : 85
Published : 4 days ago
Comments : 9

If I tell someone they have until November 8 to do something, does that include November 8?

Subreddit : grammar
Points : 2
Published : 3 days ago
Comments : 4

Who is correct: me (red) or my friend (black)?

Author : MelonHeadSeb
Subreddit : grammar
Points : 5
Published : 3 days ago
Comments : 14

"Why don't Spanish citizens.."

Author : goldify
Subreddit : grammar
Points : 1
Published : 3 days ago
Comments : 3

"Do you have something which is red"? Is this question grammatically correct?

Author : iwantfarts
Subreddit : grammar
Points : 2
Published : 3 days ago
Comments : 3

"Help me to really see" or "Help me really to see"

Subreddit : grammar
Points : 2
Published : 3 days ago
Comments : 2

'You won't be able to do the job if you didn't speak Japanese fluently' or 'You couldn't do the job if you didn't speak Japanese fluently.' Which one is correct, or is 'would' and 'could' interchangeable?

Author : XilenceCE
Subreddit : grammar
Points : 2
Published : 3 days ago
Comments : 3

Why is "many" not considered an adjective?

Author : sjovkana
Subreddit : grammar
Points : 1
Published : 3 days ago
Comments : 5

Colon..?

Subreddit : grammar
Points : 1
Published : 3 days ago
Comments : 1

Please win an argument for me

Author : DancingPaul
Subreddit : grammar
Points : 0
Published : 3 days ago
Comments : 5

When to use "wanting" instead of "want"? "We are wanting you to come with us."

Author : earth_nice
Subreddit : grammar
Points : 5
Published : 4 days ago
Comments : 10

“Years of experience _____ taught me...”

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Points : 2
Published : 3 days ago
Comments : 3

Is the apostrophe there correct?

Author : stsoup
Subreddit : grammar
Points : 2
Published : 3 days ago
Comments : 3

Where should the commas be in this sentence?

Author : ataraxia36
Subreddit : grammar
Points : 1
Published : 3 days ago
Comments : 12

How to write é without an accent? e.g. I spell "å" as "aa" when "å" is not a permitted character.

Author : Track_01
Subreddit : grammar
Points : 2
Published : 4 days ago
Comments : 1

Sentence: I'm working today and tomorrow morning. Does the "morning" apply to both days?

Author : earth_nice
Subreddit : grammar
Points : 1
Published : 3 days ago
Comments : 2