Grammar Questions and Answers
What is the difference between a phoneme and an allophone?
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"How is your studies?" "How are your studies?" "How is your study?" Which one is correct among the three?
What is the difference between a marked theme and an unmarked theme in clauses?
Seperation between multiple dates. Whats the correct grammar for this? For multiple dates, does one separate them with a semicolon or a comma? Example: Your scheduled car services are: January 2nd, 2009; March 3rd, 2009; June 2nd, 2009 and September 10th, 2009. Or is it: Your scheduled car services are: January 2nd, 2009, March 3rd, 2009, June 2nd, 2009 and September 10th, 2009. And if I'm wrong in both accounts, then I have no idea! Thanks, Daniel
Mark the stress in the following words: photographer, photography, conduct (verb), conduct (noun), produce (verb), object, objection, express, expression
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What is the difference between definite and indefinite nouns?
When referring to a household sign, is it proper to say, "Welcome to the Smiths" or "Welcome to the Smiths'"?
What is the correct grammar? He ___ (has/have) already ___ (went/gone) to school.
Should one write "English teacher" or "english teacher"? I am wondering if "English teacher" has a capital letter for the "E" in English.
"He is vexed ____ me." Fill in with the suitable preposition.
What are the similarities and differences between inductive and deductive approaches of teaching English language grammar?
What is the difference between "lead," "leading," and "leadership"?
Give a three -term description of the vowel sounds in the following words ---house , abide ,car.
What is a "semantic component"?
What is the difference between a compound sentence and a complex sentence?
Define Structural Grammar and Generative Grammar.
Which of these options is correct? "He is good------ Mathematics." A. in B. at
Please mark the stress in the following words: Conduct(verb) Conduct(noun) Produce(verb) Produce(noun)
Can you end a sentence with the word 'are?' The sentence is as follows; "This excerpt shows how very different Waverly and June are." Is it 100% gramatically correct?
"I . . . him for a long time." [know] Fill with suitable tenses of the word given in brackets.
When starting a sentence with "then," which punctuation is correct: "Then, discuss with the others" or "Then discuss with the others"? Does the introductory-phrase comma rule apply here?
Fill in the blank with suitable preposition(Preferably British English):- 1. Your books are kept __ the top shelf. 2. I will not hide the truth __ you. 3. She was angry__ me for nothing. 4. This is the man __ I gave the parcel. 5. The boys walked__ the roundabout. 6. She went ___ the escalator to reach the fourth floor. 7. They were throwing a ball __each other. 8. He met with an accident__the flyover. 9. The boys kept their bikes__the wall and went to play. 10. The baby was crawling__ his mother.
Fill in the blanks with suitable Prepositions :- (1) The village was destroyed ....... fire. (2) I have not seen him ........ Wednesday last. (3) I have been working hard ........ arithmetic. (4) It's ten o'clock ...... watch. (5) The public are cautioned ...... pickpockets.
Grammar OK here? 1. He is the taller of the two brothers. 2. He would make a better engineer than a doctor.
What is the difference between pure vowels and diphthongs?
What is the difference between the words "stimulate," "simulate," and "emulate"?
I . . . him only one letter up to now. [send] Fill in the blank with suitable tenses of the word given in brackets.
What is the meaning of Dell Hymes when he said, "There are rules of use without which the rules of grammar will be useless"?
Join into a simple sentence: United we stand. Divided we fall.
What is the function of the prefix in "impossible"?
What's difference between "put on" and "wear"? When do we use "put on" and when "wear"?
What are noun phrases and noun clauses?
What is the rule for using "much" or "many"? - how "much,many" is that tin of tomatoes? -there arent "much, many" tins of tomatoes. - there isnt "much, many" lemonade in the bottle.
Can You Start A Sentence With A Quote
What is a PARENTHETICAL CLAUSE ?
How do "simply" and "simple" differ in meaning?
What Is The Difference Between "Knowing That" and "Knowing How"?
Reflect on having to learn the traditional eight parts of speech when you were younger. What did you learn? How did you learn it? How much of it did you remember coming into this class? What might this mean about the value of teaching traditional grammar in the public school?
Which one is correct? "Are you one of those people (who,whom) think that accidents never happen?"
What is an explanation of category and function in Grammar?
Grammar: She is one of those gifted writers who turn out one best seller after another. Why is it turn instead of turns? Isn't the subject singular?
What is the difference between "error" and "mistake" with regard to error analysis?
Join the sentences into one simple sentence: Do or die. Live and let live.
The final decision rests _____ principal. Fill with preposition.
When should "an" be used before a word and when should "a" be used before a word? I thought that "an" was used before a word beginning with a vowel but I have seen it used in the following way: An MTV production.
Explain the finite clause with examples?
Should I say, "My mother's maiden name was Smith" or "is Smith?"
In approaches of modern linguistics, what is the difference between the Structuralist and Mentalist approaches to linguistics and language?
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