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What is the difference between Could of, Would of, Should of?
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William Weeks William Weeks
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How to use the abbreviations i.e. vs. e.g. correctly
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William Weeks William Weeks
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What is the proper Use of the Apostrophe
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William Weeks William Weeks
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What is the correct usage "Different than" or "Different from"
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William Weeks William Weeks
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When should I choose between "Me", "Myself", and "I"?
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William Weeks William Weeks
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How is Loose differerent from Lose?
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William Weeks William Weeks
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What is a Dangling Participle
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William Weeks William Weeks
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What is the correct usage for Affect vs. Effect
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William Weeks William Weeks
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What is the correct usage for There vs. Their
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William Weeks William Weeks
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What is the correct usage for It’s vs. Its
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William Weeks William Weeks
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What is the correct usage for Your vs. You’re
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William Weeks William Weeks
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The word 'FACETIOUSLY' contains the six vowels, A-E-I-O-U and Y, in their alphabetical order. Can you find another English word that does the same?
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William Weeks William Weeks
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There is a common English word that is nine letters long. Each time you remove a letter from it, it still remains an English word - from nine letters right down to a single letter. What is the...
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William Weeks William Weeks
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Find the slope of the line through (3, -2) and (-2, 5) A)5/7 B)7/5 C)-5/7 D)-7/5
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Saurabh Jain Saurabh Jain
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