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July 25, 2016

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English
1 and 2 -- You need "you're" (not "your") since you are really saying "you are..." Both 1 and 2 mean the same thing once you fix that error. 3 means 5; they are about the present. 4 is asking about the future.
June 27, 2016

hindi
This makes no sense.
June 27, 2016

write a paragraph
You write it and someone here will check it over for you.
June 27, 2016

English
Use only "at" for these purposes.
June 26, 2016

Collage algebra
You mean pretty little pictures like this? http://www.coolmath4kids.com/times-tables/images/multiplication62.gif
June 25, 2016

English
Study about verbs and verb phrases here: http://www.chompchomp.com/terms.htm Let us know what you decide.
June 25, 2016

English
1-4 are fine. In 5, I'd remove the second instance of "dog". In 6, I'd replace "because of" with "while".
June 25, 2016

English
I think "on the seat" and "train" are not needed. A man was reading a newspaper on the subway. or On the subway, a man was reading a newspaper.
June 25, 2016

English
Correct.
June 25, 2016

English
Correct the spelling of "helmet." All are correct once the spelling is taken care of. You could also write ... you need to ...
June 25, 2016

English
All correct, yes.
June 25, 2016

English
How about 1-2 and 2-2? 1 and 1-2 sentences are both fine. 2 and 2-2 will be correct once you spell "warm-hearted" correctly and remove the commas after "her" in both sentences. In the passages, a colon was used. Are they correct? Do we have to capitalize ...
June 25, 2016

computer literacy
Scroll down a bit until you reach How to Google and then read, read, read and take notes. http://www.hackcollege.com/blog/2011/11/23/infographic-get-more-out-of-google.html
June 24, 2016

English
You write it and someone here will check it for you.
June 24, 2016

English
1-7 are all OK to use. In 8-13, only 10, 11, and 12 can be used.
June 23, 2016

English
In #4, "his" should be "he."
June 23, 2016

English
1. It was his fault that he didn't put a leash on his dog. OK 2. He should have walked his dog with a leash on. With a leash on what? His belt? The dog's collar? Or what? 3. He should have walked the dog with a leash on his collar. OK 4. It was his mistake that his ...
June 23, 2016

English
1 is more formal than 2. A suggestion is one person's wish or opinion, but to move (to make a motion) is a formal action at a meeting that needs to be seconded and then voted on. It may pass or it may not pass, but the process in a formal meeting needs to take place. http...
June 23, 2016

english
http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/phrases.htm#absolute Read and study the examples here. Then give it a try. Someone here will check your work.
June 23, 2016

I Really Need Help
If you "Really Need Help" then you need to follow the directions on the Post a New Question screen and put your School Subject (that's SUBJECT) in the correct space.
June 23, 2016

Sound words
If you post what YOU THINK belongs in those blanks, someone here will check your work.
June 23, 2016

English
10. How did he behave when he found the fact? <~~This is not used. 11. Which master should the dog live with: the old master or the new master? I made two corrections in this sentence. Can you find them?
June 22, 2016

icc
http://www.mathsisfun.com/fractions_division.html
June 22, 2016

history
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andrew_Jackson#Presidency_1829.E2.80.931837 Read through this and take notes. Check out the external links at the bottom of the webpage for further information. Once you've written your thoughts on these categories, post them if you want ...
June 22, 2016

child development
Conduct your search here: http://scholar.google.com
June 22, 2016

math
http://www.mathatube.com/images/place-value-chart.gif Use this chart to help you. Let us know what you decide to state for each numeral and someone will check it for you.
June 22, 2016

English
1. She has taken good care of Chuchu for quite a while now. 2. She took Chuchu home and has cared for him well. 3. She decided to take the pet home because he was blind, and has cared for him very well. 4. She wanted to take the pet though he was blind, and has looked after ...
June 22, 2016

English
1. He had stayed with his old master for a long time. For 5 months, he has lived with his new master. 2. They had been together for such a long time. 3. He stayed with his old master for ages. 4. He had been with his old master a long time.
June 22, 2016

English
Sentence 2 is correct. The others have incorrect sequence of verb tenses. Sentence 5 is correct. The present perfect tense (has lived) means that he began living with her in the past and continues "until now."
June 22, 2016

English
Damon is correct. Sentences 1-4 include dependent clauses beginning with "that" which have verbs in the subjunctive mood. The auxiliary verb "should" is not to be included. http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/verbs.htm#mood
June 21, 2016

English
In 1, your brother must have done something that pleased you. You are now happy with him. In 2, something positive happened to/for your brother. Therefore, you are happy that he is happy. In 3, your brother says and does things that make you happy. 4 is almost like 3.
June 21, 2016

English Check answers
I agree with Jana.
June 21, 2016

What? Math? Physics??
If you were to follow directions and put your School SUBJECT in the correct place, the appropriate tutor might be able to help once he/she comes online.
June 21, 2016

math
A quarter is $.25, right? .01 .01 .05 .05 .10 Add 'em up and then divide by .25 -- let us know what you get.
June 21, 2016

English
You have your answer for 1 and 2, right? Responses 3-7 are all correct and commonly used.
June 21, 2016

English
Technically, each "me" should be "I" -- but hardly anyone speaks that way anymore! So yes, they're correct.
June 20, 2016

English
Note my corrections: 1. What is his opinion? 2. What do you think his opinion is? - I don't agree with him about his opinion. - I don't agree that his old master was careless. - His opinion is wanterful. <~~Do you mean "wonderful"? Sentences 3-7 are ...
June 20, 2016

English
Sentences 1-4 are fine. Sentences 5 and 6 need to be completed. The word "so" here indicates that there's a "that..." clause expected. ... was so near that Chuchu could smell him. (or some way to complete the thought that "so" begins)
June 20, 2016

English
We could check better if you post what you actually wrote. Skip all the "I said" stuff, and just post what you wrote. Then someone can give you feedback.
June 20, 2016

Introduction to Computers
http://www.google.com/search?q=excel+help&oq=excel+help&aqs=chrome..69i57.2075j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8
June 20, 2016

English
http://www.chompchomp.com/terms.htm Look up each term here and study the specific webpages, explanations and examples. Whatever you can't find there, you can find via Google or Bing: 1. Go to http://www.google.com or http://www.bing.com 2. Type in compostions (or whatever ...
June 20, 2016

english -- incomplete
???
June 20, 2016

English
She was entering the subway. At that time, the dog felt that his old master was near. "On the subway," he barked loudly. People sitting nearby were surprised. If you say or write "on the subway," you don't need to add the word "train."
June 20, 2016

English
1. I can't concentrate on work. 2. I can't concentrate at work. 3. I can't concentrate (on something) at work. 4. I can't concentrate/ in the workplace because a building is under construction. (example sentence) -------------- Does #2 mean #4? I cannot ...
June 20, 2016

Biology Help Please!
Since Jiskha doesn't have a biology expert at this time, please try posting your question at this website: http://www.biology-online.org/biology-forum/ In addition, be sure to make really good use of KhanAcademy! http://www.khanacademy.org/science/biology Choose from the ...
June 19, 2016

English
I'll correct the first two sentences. Then you try the rest. In the kids' section of the store, there are no new items for the upcoming Eid festival. Some products are of very poor quality. ...
June 19, 2016

Marketing
Those questions make up your assignment. What don't you understand about your assignment?
June 19, 2016

Geography Year 10
You posted this yesterday, right? And got no answers? http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1466232175 That's probably because 1) no one here knows and 2) "NSW Australia" doesn't make sense. How can some place be north-south-west?
June 19, 2016

English
1 -- remove the first "out" 2 -- remove "out" 3 -- Awkward sentence, but it's not incorrect. The prepositions "out of" and "from" are better for this meaning. All of them seem to mean to take out one pencil from many in the pencil case.
June 18, 2016

English
In 1, "you" needs to be replaced by "your" -- possessive with a gerund. http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/gerunds.htm#possessive 2 is OK (correct the apostrophe in "can't") but it's rather awkward. The present progressive verb tense ...
June 18, 2016

English
They are the same in meaning, but 1 is, by far, the smoother phrasing. Why don't you take a few days for yourself? Why don't you take a break for a few days?
June 18, 2016

English
2 and 4 are best. 1 and 3 are very awkward. I've never heard anyone use those sentences' phrasing before.
June 18, 2016

English
1 and 2 are fine, but mean different things. 3 will be fine once the parentheses are removed. 1 and 3 are very close, but not identical in meaning.
June 18, 2016

English
His dog became a missing dog. His dog went missing. His dog was missing. His dog ran away. His dog got lost. 1. He should have used a dog lead. 2. He should have tied the dog with a dog lead. 3. He should have tied a dog lead to the collar of the dog. All are OK. 4. He didn&#...
June 17, 2016

art
http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1466209637 After you finish your BA, you'll need to enter a graduate program to earn your teaching credential or certificate. You'll also need to do student teaching. The requirements vary from state to state.
June 17, 2016

English
Active voice is always the better choice, in my opinion. http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/passive.htm Read very carefully, especially from the second paragraph on.
June 17, 2016

esl
No one can learn another language "quick or soon" because you need time to use it. I've read research that says it takes 7 years for a person to become fluent in English (reading, writing, listening, and speaking) for academic use. It takes less than that for ...
June 17, 2016

computer studiea
If "overall" means "average," then add them up and divide by 5.
June 17, 2016

English
It's perfect. Nice!
June 17, 2016

English IIB
And you think it's ... ?
June 16, 2016

education -- no question here
What is your question about all this?
June 16, 2016

English
Yes, 1 and 3 are fine.
June 15, 2016

English
Here are some websites with good ideas about writing an effective letter to the editor: http://www.zerotothree.org/resources/480-how-to-write-a-letter-to-the-editor-and-an-opinion-editorial and http://www.wikihow.com/Write-Letters-to-the-Editor And here is a sample letter to ...
June 15, 2016

English
I'd say over 7 or 10. It's fairly vague!
June 15, 2016

English
Sentences 1-4, 6, and 8 are fine. The indirect object structure doesn't work when the direct object is a pronoun.
June 15, 2016

English
Yes, "going to do" and "will" indicate that the person has already decided what he or she will do. Correction in explanation 1: The verb should be "did you decide" -- do you see why?
June 15, 2016

English
I'd write "The wife asked her husband..." Everything else is fine. Yes, 1 and 2 mean the same thing, and each can be substituted for the other.
June 15, 2016

English
"cannot" - spelling Everything else is fine.
June 15, 2016

English
If you add a comma after "width," your sentence will be correct.
June 15, 2016

English
I see what you mean now. Yes, 1 is fine as long as you use "the" before "opening." The word "the" indicates a particular event or action.
June 15, 2016

English
I don't understand what you mean by "with (the) opening of the sea" -- I guess because in my mind, the sea never closes. 2 is fine.
June 15, 2016

health care
http://www.google.com/search?q=using+certified+EHR+technology&oq=using+certified+EHR+technology&aqs=chrome..69i57j69i61.1470j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8 Read lots and let us know what you discover.
June 14, 2016

English
The words in 1 are spelled correctly, but the words in 2 are not.
June 14, 2016

English
Both children and adults use all those terms, yes.
June 14, 2016

math
Jeremiah is almost right. 5m * 8m = 40 square meters
June 14, 2016

English
Sentence 2 is correct. I'd phrase 3 differently, and I wouldn't use 4. 3. He narrowly escaped drowning. (meaning he was swimming on his own) [He narrowly escaped being drowned <~~ This means he was with someone who tried to drown him, but he escaped.]
June 14, 2016

English
Sentence 2 is incorrect. Sentences 3 and 4 mean the same as what you're trying to say in sentence 2, so I'd use 3 and 4, or substitute "thoroughly" in place of "closely" in sentence 3. You could also say, "I'll take a good look at your ...
June 14, 2016

English
Yes. 3 and 4 are the same. 5 and 6 are now fine.
June 14, 2016

English
All are grammatically correct, but 4 and part of 5 and 6 don't make good sense. 4. I understand visiting his uncle, but why would he visit the house? 5. I understand dropping by the bakery, but not dropping by his grandma. 6. I understand coming by the bakery, but not ...
June 14, 2016

English
Does sentence 1 mean that the bird fell out of the sky and down into a tree? If so, then it's correct. Sentence 2, though, means the bird was in the tree and fell to a lower branch in the same tree. 3 and 4 are correct and mean the same thing. 5 is strange, though. I'...
June 13, 2016

English
You can use past tense in the third sentence if you wish, but it's not necessary.
June 13, 2016

English
Rather than "hit against..." I'd say, "He ran into the flowerpot many times."
June 13, 2016

English
All are correct, but #2 would probably be used mostly in some kind of literature. It's not the everyday way to phrase this. The others are fine.
June 13, 2016

English
"Who is it?" is just a common expression. If the person inside says "Who are you?" it comes across as a bit insulting. This is one of those idiomatic things that really defies explanation!
June 13, 2016

Math - needs help
Your School Subject is Math, not gscc, whatever that is.
June 13, 2016

history
That's your assignment. What is your question about your assignment?
June 13, 2016

English
The preposition "of" is what we use in this expression.
June 12, 2016

Health Science
That's your assignment. You must research these diseases -- especially in your text for the course -- and then write your answers. If your text doesn't give you all the answers you need, use the online research method I gave you in your previous post. If you want ...
June 12, 2016

Health Science
You're welcome.
June 12, 2016

Health Science
1. Go to http://www.google.com or http://www.bing.com 2. Type in contraceptive (or whatever search terms you need). Press Enter. Be sure to spell it correctly. 3. Read different search results until you find what you need. 4. Re-search with different search terms if you don&#...
June 12, 2016

English
http://www.chompchomp.com/terms/infinitive.htm Study that webpage and then give these a try. Someone will check your work if you try.
June 12, 2016

English
No one here will just hand you all these answers. You need to indicate what you think first.
June 12, 2016

English
I'll get you started on the second set here: 1. The first census of our country was taken in 1790. of, in = prepositions of our country, in 1790 = prepositional phrases 2. Tons of violets are made into perfume each year. of, into = prepositions of violets, into perfume = ...
June 12, 2016

English
And you think the answers are ... ?
June 12, 2016

history
"It is not a good idea for consumers to spend on credit cards because it gives a false sense of security you have money that you really do not have. It can be both good and bad to buy on credit." You have contradicted yourself in your first two sentences.
June 11, 2016

English
Which quotation occurs nearer the beginning of the story? That's usually where major foreshadowing occurs.
June 11, 2016

English
Right
June 11, 2016

English
No. That's your assignment. If you write it and post it, someone here might look it over for you, though.
June 11, 2016

Home Economics
Some say three; some say five; some say seven. You should probably go back into your text to be sure. http://www.google.com/search?q=three+areas+of+home+economics&oq=three+areas+of+home+economics&aqs=chrome..69i57j69i61.5221j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8
June 11, 2016

English
Since "like" is followed by a clause in every sentence, it needs to be replaced with "as if." if "like" were followed by a phrase or a word, then it's fine. In casual English, "like" is used more and more as a conjunction, but in my ...
June 11, 2016

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