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Title of a specific stage in projects?

In our projects we first send our clients a report with issues to fix on their website. How to title the second stage in our projects, when we re-check the website to see if the client indeed fixed ...
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Confusion b/w Sit and seat? [closed]

I asked my teacher - "Where do you sit?" and she replied - "I am seating in 5th floor building no. 2". Is my sentence correct? And what about hers? Why is the word "seating" used by her?
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is it grammatically correct? [closed]

The overall value of this concept lies in early initiation of slaughter before the age of 20 months, as opposed to country's culturally accepted age of 36 months and over. Please kindly advice if ...
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Capitalizing the beginning of the expression we use in the middle of a sentence/using quotation mark for expression

Should we capitalize the beginning of the expression we use in the middle of a sentence? Shall we use quotation mark for expression? Which one is correct regarding punctuation? To conclude, as the ...
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“How by establishing” or “how establishing”?

how establishing biomarkers in diseased subject could be a novel prognostic tool for healthy individuals.
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Which sentence is correct? Help laughing or help but laugh [duplicate]

I was wondering which of the following sentence is grammatically correct (British English preferably): I could not help laughing. I could not help but laugh. There is a similar question on this site ...
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Which is correct? I suggest he practise for the upcoming test OR I suggest that he practises for the upcoming test? [duplicate]

I have written school reports for several years and recently, a colleague has said a verb like recommend or suggest must be followed by that and the second verb conjugated to the pronoun it refers to. ...
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Correct use of Pronoun [duplicate]

Consider the following sentences- 1- He is taller than me. 2- He is taller than i am. Which one is grammatically correct and acceptable in various English language exams? (I've read about it in ...
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Phrase does not modify the subject

I am using Grammarly to check the following sentence: To address this challenge, our research thrusts are two-fold. And receive the warning: the phrase "to address this challenge" does not ...
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'refer friends to enroll' is this grammatically correct?

I was writing a paragraph for a friend and after finishing, I realized that it doesn't sound quite right. I feel as though there are issues with the grammar. For example : 'refer friends to enroll' - ...
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Why the other options are wrong?

In an exercise, I had to choose one of the options given to fill in the blank. The orthodox view of a single intelligence, widely, if wrongly, accepted today in the minds of the general population, ...
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What's the correct tense?

I came across a sentence that said: For example, Philips Hue lights recently added one. Previously they would come on when power is restored. Should it be is restored or was restored? Thank you.
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structure Look forward to hearing [closed]

I have an idea with this structure and I am not sure it is correct or not. Please help me I look forward to hearing from you. I look forward to your hearing. I look forward to a hearing of yours. ...
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'Kindly make sure to let's know'

I received an email from my team lead, which says: Kindly make sure to let's know the challenges you faced while working on the project. It was the reply to my email which presented challenges. ...
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Grammarly says that I have passive voice misuse. What is the issue?

Grammarly says that I have passive voice misuse. If I had been asked how the real love looks like, I would have answered- this way. What is the issue?
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Is dropping the verb “was” an option?

Given the following examples: Yesterday, you mentioned thinking it was a good idea to go sailing. Last week, you thought it was appropriate to dress like a pirate. Can was be inferred and ...