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Jun
6
accepted Using apostrophe s before gerunds (nouns ending in `-ing`)
May
30
asked Using apostrophe s before gerunds (nouns ending in `-ing`)
May
23
awarded  Nice Question
May
23
accepted What is wrong with “Where should this car be parked?”?
May
23
comment What is wrong with “Where should this car be parked?”?
@ Old Pro But is it not a way to at least know that one needs to review the underlined sentence/phrase? It may encourage us to be careful even if it does not give the correct suggestion.
May
23
comment What is wrong with “Where should this car be parked?”?
@ Lynn is it possible to explain how "Do you know where should this car be parked?" is incorrect? Sorry for the novice clarification.
May
23
awarded  Commentator
May
23
comment What is wrong with “Where should this car be parked?”?
@Marthaª yes I had the question mark. It is a question.
May
23
revised What is wrong with “Where should this car be parked?”?
edited title
May
23
asked What is wrong with “Where should this car be parked?”?
May
21
revised Position of linking verb “are” in a question
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May
21
accepted Position of linking verb “are” in a question
May
21
comment Position of linking verb “are” in a question
@ Kris Please see my edits
May
21
revised Position of linking verb “are” in a question
edited title
May
21
accepted One word for “easily understood”
May
21
accepted Is it correct to say “aging X years or more”?
May
21
asked Position of linking verb “are” in a question
Apr
30
comment One word for “easily understood”
@cornbread...please see my edits. I am overwhelmed by the ocean of words. Of course I did not provide the context/example earlier.
Apr
30
revised One word for “easily understood”
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Apr
30
revised One word for “easily understood”
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