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This tag is for questions about morphology and syntax, the two elements of grammar. DO NOT USE THIS TAG IF YOUR QUESTION IS ABOUT WHETHER SOMETHING SPECIFIC IS GRAMMATICAL. For such cases use the 'grammaticality' tag. Also do not use this for punctuation or spelling (orthography); those are not about grammar, and they have their own tags.

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Has usually is used w/the 3rd person singular he/she/it has. Has is singular and have is meant for plural forms, the 2nd person, and I. ex. I have, you have, we have, they have. In your sentence, l …
answered Jul 27 '15 by Dunnup
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Why you are here can be used in written English as well. "Why you are here" in this sense would act as a nominal clause. Ex.1 Why you are here is no concern of mine. Ex.2 Why you're here is the sam …
answered Jul 24 '15 by Dunnup
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Program in your sentence above is referring to a set of classes or courses that define a curriculum or just the curriculum itself. By definition, a list of classes cannot engage.
answered Jul 27 '15 by Dunnup
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As a web developer is prepositional phrase being used adjectively. Phrases like this should be as close to the noun it's modifying as possible. Most people will figure out "developer" is logically ass …
answered Jul 23 '15 by Dunnup