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July 26, 2014

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English
Can you check these sentences for me please? Thank you very much. 1) He doubts about suicide (wrong) He is doubtful about /he has doubts about suicide. 2) A period of doubt follows, in which (not when?) the hero plans his revenge. 3) Every man is scared: better everyone/all of...
February 24, 2011 by Mike

English
Thank you very much for your help. Here are some more sentences I'm doubtful about. 1) Being a Renaissance man, Hamlet doubts the existence of an afterlife. 2) He doubts suicide/ He has doubts about committing suicide/ He is doubtful about suicide. He is not sure of what will ...
February 20, 2011 by Mike

physics..(HELP ME WITH MY DOUBTS)
if a ship moving to South and wind is flowing due West(at given velocities),we can find the angle by which the ship is deviated.Does here momenta of wind and ship matters?If it had been water at same velocity instead of wind, what would have happened?....
August 5, 2011 by ...

English
I left out the following statements which I really find it difficult to rephrase.Thank you very much! 1) He considers death from two perspectives: one is the stoic attitude to put an end to life and human misfortune, the second is the hesitation about an afterlife. 2) He ...
January 5, 2012 by Henry2

math
Find the weight of a right rectangular prism with length 13 ft, width 6 ft, and height 2.5 ft if the contents weigh 0.02 pounds per cubic inch. I think it's 31.2 but I'm having doubts. Can you help me?
November 13, 2007 by robert

English
I left out 2 doubts. Thank you. I wrote in a notebook OR on a notebook. I wrote on a fooscap sheet (is it possible?)
October 26, 2011 by Henry2

English
These are other sentences I need you to check, Writeacher. Thank you. 1) Lady Macbeth was tired to be (better: of being ) just Lady Macbeth because she really wanted to be the queen (queen). 2) "Lady Macbeth is a very strong character because she ignored his husband advice and...
March 4, 2012 by Henry

English
I have a few more doubts. Thank you. The next morning (Can you say "on the next morning?) We are being showed (is is a mistake or "shown" is correct?) I waited for her to prepare/get ready (Are both possible?)
November 17, 2011 by Henry2

science
How can a particle have energy but no mass?when there is an equation E=mc^2. Another question how can light particles have momentum without mass !When p=mv>>>>>>>>>DOUBT PLZ CLARIFY! DOUBTS ARE THE KILLERS OF HUMAN BRAIN!
October 3, 2013 by help()!!!!!

English
Yes, I did receive a response and I thank you a lot for helping me! However, as I'm not a mother-tongue speaker I still have a lot of doubts on how to name clothes. I included question marks next to the words I'm not sure of. I really hope you will consider my queries.
April 27, 2010 by Franco

English
I have a few more doubts. Thank you. 1) I waited for her to prepare heself (?) How high is the fare to London? Are there any reductions for students? 2) How large is the population of Italy? To the North Italy borders to Austria, Switzerland etc (is "to the north" correct?)
November 17, 2011 by Henry2

algebra 1
I am having trouble with this problem. I have an equation written down but I have my doubts as to how correct it is. I am thinking of 3 consecutive negative numbers. If I multiply the first with the second and then subtract three times the third, the result is 57. What are the...
March 7, 2009 by Dippy

English - Personal Statement
How do you write a good personal statement for acceptance? (Any topic). I drafted, but I did not know what to write about, so I just wrote about my sister :/ My sister and I are not alike in any way, we do not even share the same blood. Growing up though, I was always in her ...
December 30, 2012 by Marie

English
Two very last doubts. Do you say "the Augustan or The Augustans were interested in real life". He admitted it had been him who ate all the cake./He admitted eating all the cake. Are they both correct?
March 13, 2011 by Mike

English
Thank you very much. I just have two more doubts. "I like going clothes shopping OR shopping for clothes". How do you express a person's height? Do you express it using meters or feet? Can you please give me examples? 1.60 m.(how do you read it?)
September 21, 2011 by Henry2

English
I forgot to add two doubts. Thank you very much. 1) Macbeth regrets having killed Duncan but doesn't repent of his sin. As a matter of fact, the word Amen stuck in his throat. 2)Do you say "clean his hands of the burden of the guilt which weighs on his soul?" Is clen followed ...
November 2, 2011 by Henry2

English- Hamlet
I trying to do thematic statement on certainty or uncertainty which be in play of hamlet, but i having troubles with last sentence. Being sure and timely in ones own decisions will allow them to accomplish tasks and clear any obstacles within time. Doubts will lead to ...
November 11, 2012 by Mohammad

English
I urgently need you to check these sentences. I included my doubts in parentheses. Thank you. 1) The bride, as red as a rose, has entered into (?) the hall (OR the hall /without into) 2) The ice split as (?) the sound of thunder and the helmsman steered them through. 3) A ...
November 2, 2011 by Henry2

science (check please (:)
8.Which of the following would help decrease the human ecological footprint? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . My answer: using public transportation instead of riding in a car? (I have doubts on my choice) but my other choice is using bottled water instead of tap water?
March 28, 2014 by luna

Finance ( Please help)
Warnock Inc is considering a project that has the following cash flow and WACC Data What is the projects NPV ?note THAT a projects NPV Can be negative in which case it will be rejected . WACC 10.00% year 0 1 2 3 Cash Flows -825 500 400 300 I get C but i am having doubts about ...
July 29, 2009 by Lindsey

English
Thank you. I still have a few doubts. So both sentences are correct: 1) " the ship was caught in a violent storm, then by mist and snow" OR "the mariners were struck by a violent storm .." 2) The sun rose on the left out of the sea, shone bright over the mast at noon and ...
November 16, 2011 by Henry2

English
I still have a few doubts on sentences you checked yesterday. 1) I did/had/went for an interview. (Is "do" possible?) 2) I've just taken (done is a mistake) a grammar test. 3) I've just been tested orally in English. 4) I haven't taken an oral English test yet.
April 19, 2012 by Matthew

Algebra
6xy + 9xy 15xy ------------- = ---------- 3xy 3xy = (15/3) (x/x) (y/y) = 5y Just want it to know if is correct, but don't y + y = 2y? I'm confused now. Can someone please help? yes, the answer is 5y and yes, y + y = 2y but where did this last part enter ...
August 15, 2007 by Joel

English
Thank you very much for your revision! I just wanted to know if I can use indirect speech in this rephrase: Then the poet has doubts about the fate of a fair youth. Will he also undergo the ravages of time since sweet and beautiful creatures don't stay that way forever; they ...
February 21, 2012 by Henry2

Foreign languages
I just have one more doubts concerning the use of commas. 1)....... based on personal duty, hard work, respectability, and charity. Do I need to set the comma before and? 2) The telescreen transmits and receives all the time. (Do I need to include "data"?) 3) Shall I write ...
June 23, 2012 by John

Math
1. Exponential growth follows the formula y=a(1+r)^x and exponential decay follows the formula y=a(1-r)^x.. This seems obviously TRUE But now I'm having doubts about the decay formula Is this true or false?
June 20, 2013 by mysterychicken

English
I still have a few more doubts. 1) Thank you for being so quick in answering my letter. 2) I wish you all a nice weekend and I look forward to receiving your email. (Can you help me express these two concepts). 3) Could you start a question with "in between which students is ...
November 18, 2011 by Henry2

English
Thank you veru much. I have a few more doubts. 1) While my family went out, I called a friend. (I think went out is wrong) 2) They expect the weather will be warm They expect the weather to be warm 3) They raise money for (not to) a charity. Can "while" be followed by the ...
May 1, 2011 by Henry1

English
I urgently need you to check these sentences. I have a few doubts on how to vary past perfect tenses (when turning the summary into the present). I included my doubts using question marks. Thank you. 1) After moving the bed aside he takes three floorboards, secures the old man...
November 28, 2011 by Henry2

English
Writeacher, where shall I "who"instead of which" in the sentence below? Thank you. 1) In all revenge tragedies a sexual or violent crime is committed against a family member of the hero, which (stands for the "crime") for various reasons cannot be punished; so even though the ...
February 22, 2012 by Henry2

English
I included the mistakes as well as the corrections. Can you please have a look at them, Writeacher? Thank you. 1) "Elizabeth I applied a strong policy and she could repulse the Spanish Armada." Elizabeth I adopoted a vigorous foreign policy, which enabled her (or the English ...
March 4, 2012 by Henry

English
I have a few last doubts. Thank yo very much for your corrections. 1)The narrator can tell a story using a first- or a third-person. An internal narrator tells of his own personality. (or tells about?) 2) The story deals with (and not tells about) a family living in New York. ...
December 9, 2010 by Franco

English
I still have a few more doubts. Could you check the following phrases and improve them, please? 1) I spend my time selling "homemade"/handmade (?) charms to earn money. 2) He fears an accident, an injury or a breakdown of his motorbike. 3) They will get/raise (are they both ...
May 1, 2011 by Henry1

English
I have a few more doubts. Thank you. 1) I keep fit by doing exercise every day. 2) What are you playing at? (How would you rephrase it?) 3) He is making breakfast on his own/by himself/alone (Do they have the same meaning?) 4) Get moving ! I'm on my way. (How would you ...
November 24, 2011 by Henry2

English
When can I use "further" as a sentence connector? Thank you. I have a few more doubts. 1) One million people died of the famine (never: one million of people): 2) The uilleann pipes originally known as the Union bagpipe of Ireland. The uilleann pipes bag is inflated by means ...
November 22, 2011 by Henry2

English
Can someone help me with the intro of my essay. my teacher says I have to get rid of the YOUs in my essay but what can I replace it with.thanks Being the first in the family to attend college is not so easy. There is no one at home to help you and to guide you .You do not ...
November 22, 2007 by Danny

Math-acceleration
An object moves across a straight line so that after t seconds, is distance from its starting point is: D(t)=t^3 - 12t^2 + 100t + 12 meters. Find the acceleration of the object after 3 seconds. I believe acceleration is calculated by taking the second derivative. D'(t) = 3t^2...
October 3, 2006 by becky

English
I have a few doubts.I hope you can help me.Thank you. 1) Can you recommend a site where children aged 6-7 can learn English? 2) My child likes playing games on his Nintendo DS. 3) How can you express this: what do you do when you finish surfing the net? You go off line (??) 4...
November 4, 2011 by Henry2

English
Thank you! I just a few more doubts on four statements.I hope you can check them. 1) I havent' seen him for two days. If I want to turn it into a wh-question: How many days haven't you seen him for? That's wrong. How long did you last see him? How long is it since you last saw...
February 15, 2011 by Mike

English
I included my doubts in short sentences. Thank you. 1) What/how do you call a woman's suit made up of a jacket and a pair of trousers? I don't really know. 2) How do you call very short socks, which are completely hidden by the shoes and are usually worn in the summer? I don't...
May 24, 2011 by Henry1

English
Sorry, I included the wrong post. I still have a few doubts on the following sentences. 1) The traffic isn't very heavy. 2) A security officer will control (check?) you for metal. 3) Get on the plane (not in), find your seat and wait for your flight (plane) to take off. 4) ...
December 1, 2011 by Henry2

English
I have a few more doubts about a few sentences. Thank you. 1) He denied robbing (instead of stealing?) the money. 2) I couldn't do anything but copying the Maths test (instead of "cheating during/in the Maths test). 3) On walking in front of her room (instead of "On passing by...
January 7, 2012 by Henry2

English
I still have some doubts about a few questions. Thank you for the help. 1) Are they both possible? What did Kurtz struggle against when dying/when he was close to dying? 2) I'm wearing braces because I've got crooked teeth. 3) I hardly ever put make-up on my face because I'm ...
September 21, 2010 by Franco

Art
Sorry, I didn't notice you had checked my previous post. I still have a few doubts. Thank you. 1)He excuses himself by saying that on that occasion he didn't want to do her any harm. (Is "excuse" acceptable in this sentence?) 2) The plot is very simple and built around (is ...
May 1, 2012 by Frank

English
I have a few doubts regarding the use of the present perfect. I really hope you can have a look at them, too. Thank you!! 1) How long ago did you (last?) see him? 2) When did you last see him? 3) How long haven't you seen him? (Is it wrong?)Haven't you seen him for a long time...
October 3, 2010 by Franco

English
I have a few doubts on two sentences. 1) Can you say that a TV programme is nice or beautiful? 2) Last night was the first episode. The first episode was last night. 3) Last night there was the first episode. In sentence 2 the subject is after the verb. When is this possible? ...
December 10, 2011 by Henry2

English
I have a few doubts on certain phrasal verbs. I hope you can clear them (up)? 1) Can you give me an example of "lay on to"? I can't find any with the preposition "to". 2) He got off with a fine = He got away with a fine 3) The teacher let them off their homework. She exempted ...
February 13, 2012 by Henry2

English
Here are a few other doubts.I hope you can have a look at them. Thank you. 1) When they built a camp near the Marula trees, the elephant stood on the edge of the camp, but after twenty minutes, he dared to walk quickly into the camp. 2) This elephant represents hope for the ...
January 6, 2012 by Henry2

eng
hello, thanks gain for helping me. i just had a few doubts. you said "Puff Diddly is a hip-hop star no doubt, and Bill Gates is giving away his fortune to others in need or sick. I am not certain if Bill Gates worries about being rejected by society." my question is if bill ...
September 1, 2011 by To BobPursely-- yesudas

English
I forgot to include these five other doubts. 1) What did you like the most (doing) during your holidays? 2) What did you like the most OF your holidays? 3) I didn't go sightseeing in Paris because it was my third time there is it also possible "because I had been there for the...
February 7, 2010 by Franco

PSYCHOLOGY
H OF THE FOLLOWING MOTHERS HAS A CHANCE OF BIRTHING A BABY WITH BIRTH DEFECTS DUE TO CONTRACTING RUBELLA DURING PREGNANCY? a) A WOMAN WHO HAS THE ILLNESS DURING THE FIRST MONTH OF PREGNANCY? B) A WOMAN WHO CONTRACTS THE DISEASE DURING THE SECOND TRIMESTER C) ANY WOMAN IS ...
December 18, 2008 by NIA

English
I forgot to include the following sentences. I included my doubts in brackets. Thank you. 1) Do you think we could possibly talk through Skype? 2)Let me know when you are available for talking (?) through Skypr. 3) Samantha tried to use a translation programme on the net. She ...
April 11, 2011 by Mike1

English
I still have a few doubts. Thank you very much for helping me. 1) I'm writing some letters at the moment. But: I'm going to write some letters (future) . 2) I spend a lot of time (a long time/much time) doing homework. (Which are possible?) 3) He set off on a journey in search...
November 27, 2011 by Henry2

English
Ms Sue, could you please check my sentences, please? I still have a few doubts. 1) How long is it since you (last) played with the band? Since last year. Or just last year. 2) How long ago did you last play with the band? A year ago. When describing a picture in a book, would ...
January 16, 2012 by Henry2

English
Thank you. I have a few doubts on a summary I made. 1)A set of apparel items is the same as a set of clothing items? 2) She caused something of a scandal by (for is wrong?) having love affairs with wealthy men. 3) Versace used to give only an ambiguous drawing of his designs...
October 26, 2011 by Henry2

English
I still have some doubts and a few sentences to check I can't understand. Can you help me? 1) How was Elizabethan theatre structured? 2) Do you say "correcting fluid" or corrector fluid? 3) Student's card OR student card. I also need to check these sentences. 4) Gregory House ...
October 5, 2011 by Henry2

English
I still have a few doubts about some more sentences. 1) wide-apart eyes : is "distant" eyes possible? 2) pale-skinned: is fair-skinned possible? 3) happily: is "contently" possible? I watch TV (is the TV also possible?) a quite large mouth (or quite a large mouth) 4) I prefer ...
November 15, 2011 by Henry2

Alicia, Spanish play
SIMILARITIES & DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE 2 LOVE-TRIANGLES IN "PUNISHMENT WITHOUT VENGEANCE:" Alicia, it will be up to you to separate the following into 2 columns = similariaties and differences. This is merely "brainstorming:" The Triangles: Casandra, Federico, Aurora el Marqu...
October 13, 2008 by SraJMcGin

Pathogen Question
As I know, both protozoa and viruses use host cells. But I want to clear up a couple of doubts about the two. 1. Do protozoa take over the host cells? I know protozoa live in the cells, but I think that only viruses take over the host cells. Is this right? 2. Which of the two ...
February 21, 2014 by Anonymous

t test
how to know exact t value using sample standard deviation and sample mean and sample size i think df is sample size -1 . we usually use approx value but to use exact value how to use t score table. and how we conclude whether it is two tailed test or one tailed test . (i f the...
July 18, 2010 by Anonymous

statistics t test
how to know exact t value using sample standard deviation and sample mean and sample size i think df is sample size -1 . we usually use approx value but to use exact value how to use t score table. and how we conclude whether it is two tailed test or one tailed test . (i f the...
July 18, 2010 by Anonymous

English
I still have a few doubts on the use of to/at/in after have been. Thank you for helping me. 1) I haven't gone out for a walk. I have already been to school (or at school) today. I haven't been to the cinema yet today. 2) I've already gone shopping online. I've already done ...
April 19, 2012 by Matthew

English
I have a few doubts on a few things. I hope you can check them for me. 1) I had a cavity in my first molar. So I made an appointment with the dentist. I went to the dentist (dentist's) and he devitalized my tooth. 2) The filling came out of my tooth and I had it filled (by the...
January 14, 2011 by Franco

English
I still have a few doubts. Thank you very much. 1) When I go to a party, I generally wear clothes which are smarter than the ones I wear for school. 2) I want to be original and on fashion (is it possible?) 3) What do you think of/about this coat? Are both "about " and "of" ...
December 13, 2013 by Frank

English
In your previous post you wrote "time is perceived as subjective" so I won't evaluate it as a mistake. What do you think? I still have two more doubts. 1) The character's thougts flow freely without any temporal structures. (correction: .... freely in time). It lacks any ...
June 30, 2011 by Henry2

Business Communication
Which way of asking for action carries the highest level of politeness? A. A polite order B. An indirect request C. A question D. An order I'm a bit confused as to what this question is asking for. However, I believe the answer may be B since asking for an indirect request is ...
August 13, 2010 by Rain Misoa

English
I still have a few doubts. I hope you can have a look at them, too 1)He spent three years building the cathedral. But: He took three years to build the cathedral. 2)We wont's start dinner (the dinner?) until your father arrives home. 3) The Great Fire of London lasted (for?) ...
January 9, 2011 by Franco

English
Thank you very much. I just have a few doubts about an email I need to write. Students will be able to.. 1) use recordings to monitor grammatical errors in spoken English 2) Prof. ... has completed part D in Italian (points 2-6). I translated them into English and I'm ...
February 5, 2012 by Henry2

English
I forgot to include these 5 statements I still have doubts about. Thank you. 1) Since George Orwell was a child, he developed an independent-minded personality and then he professed (?) atheism and socialism. 2) He didn't accept the strict discipline imposed at Eton since it ...
March 8, 2011 by Mike

English
I still have a few doubts. Can you please tell me if the sentences are all possible? Thank you 1) He cut his finger when he was slicing some bread. The surgeon gave him five stiches. The surgeon put five stiches in his finger. 2) The doctor put a cast on my ankle. The doctor ...
March 15, 2012 by Matthew

English
I still have a few doubts. I hope you can have a look at them, too. 1) Winston is a thry-nine-year-old man characterized (?) by blonde hair and a ruddy complexion, caused by the use of blunt razor blades. 2) At the beginning of the book he enters his modes apartment, where the...
March 9, 2011 by Mike

biology
Hi, i have some doubts i would like to clear. What is the difference between codominance, incomplete dominance, and complete dominance?? i'm getting rather confused. What type of gene is the sickle cell anemia? Say r stands for the recessive allele for sickle cell anaemia, and...
June 19, 2009 by LILLY

English
I included the things I really didn't know. 1) May I borrow your high heeled shoes? (Give permission) Yes, you can (may?) 2) keep far (move away, stay away are possible?) from rocks and trees. 3) Hamlet doubts whether or not to kill Claudius. 4) The theme of false appearances ...
February 20, 2011 by Mike

English
Could you please revise these sentences. I have two doubts concerning my previous post. 1) When I arrived at/on the farm (which preposition is best??) 2) A rabbit was thumping (its paw??) in the rabbit hutch 3) The theme of reversal of values is best embodied by the thee ...
November 13, 2011 by Henry2

Physics (thx drwls, bobpursley)
After reaching terminal velocity, a raindrop of m=3.06E-4kg falls vertically down a distance of 500m. a)what is the work done by the force of gravity on the raindrop? sol) since the displacement is in the same direction as the force, the work done is Fcos90 = 0. (correct?) b) ...
March 13, 2007 by Matt

English
I have a few more doubts on your corrections. Thank you!! 1) Is it wrong to say "wipe the blackboard with a duster" or is only "clean" possible? 2) "do a course" is a mistake? you can only say "take/attend a course? "take a tour, go on a tour, make a tour" are they all ...
September 12, 2011 by Henry2

English
I really have the following doubts. Can you see if my corrections are OK? Thank you. 1) He is expected by his friends (is wrong?) to be discharged today. I wish I hadn't got (Is this possible?) two tests tomorrow. 2) Do you always make breakfast by yourself/yourself? (without ...
April 17, 2011 by Mike1

English
Thank you very much for explaining to me the best choice. I still have a few sentences I'm doubtful of. I included 7 doubts using question words. Thank you 1) Sometimes my parents aren't at home for (?) their work and so I have to stay at home alone with my brother. 2) I felt ...
April 17, 2011 by Mike1

English
I have a few further doubts. Thank you very much for the help. 1) I sent her two emails last week, but he hasn't replied to any of them. (I think both the simple past and the past perfect are acceptable). 2) How long does it take him to drive to wrok? 3) Why was she hurrying ...
April 17, 2012 by Matthew

Art
I still have a few doubts on some corrections you did yesterday, Writeacher. Could you please check them? Thank you very much. 1)It took me a long time to grow into the job. (Also: It took a long time for me to grow into.....?) 2) She handed down a precious string of pearl to ...
May 13, 2012 by Mike

English
I have a few more doubts on these sentences. Thank you for your help. 1)The bus, by which I usually come to school, was late this morning. 2)The briefcase, which you put on the book-shelf, is Peter's. 3)You'd better/should (put)/If I were you (in your place), I'd put a bandage...
January 14, 2011 by Franco

English
Can you please tell me if the following sentences have the same meaning (sentence 1)? I included other doubts. Thank you 1) Do you always make breakfast yourself/by yourself/ on your own? (Meaning without the help of others) 2) I help my friends when they need help from me. 3...
April 17, 2011 by Mike1

English
I still hae a few doubts on the Beowulf as well as on street directions. I really hope you can check these sentences. 1) The breath of the dragon flared up and the ground boomed. 2) Beowulf summoned the strength to swing his sword so hard that it snapped against the dragon's ...
March 16, 2010 by Franco

English
Thank you very much for your corrections. I still have a few doubts on thr following sentences. 1) You should have referred to Defoe's novels when analyzing the features of 18th-century novels. 2) 18-century novels have the following features./The main features of 18-century ...
April 29, 2011 by Henry 1

English
Thank you vey much for helping me! I still have some doubts about the use of passive and reported speech.I also hope you can check the following reading comprehension. 1) I had lunch at five. Lunch was had at five?? 2) "How do you do?" She asked me how I did. 3) How was the ...
June 30, 2010 by Franco

English
I still have a few doubts about the use of the gerund and infinitive in English. I hope you can have a look at these sentences, too. 1)I cannot resist drinking a glass of water. 2) He missed being tested. He missed being struck by the ball. 3) She caused me to sign the ...
February 14, 2011 by Mike

English
I just wanted you to clarify a few doubts. You have already checked the first sentence. I just wanted to know if the use of the present is correct. 1) He imagines that even all the water from Neptune's ocean could not wash away the burden of guilt that weighs (not weighed) on ...
November 2, 2011 by Henry2

English
I still have a few more doubts. Could you please check these sentences, too? 1) He said he would come the following day, the next day, the day after (is the last a mistake?). 2) She agreed to come (she accepted to come is a mistake?) the next day. 3) The teacher requested me ...
January 6, 2012 by Henry2

sociology
Review the following scenario: You work for a formal organization in the United States that has an open, flexible organizational structure as described in Figure 5-5 on p. 126 of Society. You have a relative, Micah, who works for a formal organization with a conventional, ...
December 7, 2009 by Anonymous

English
I have a few doubts regarding the following questions. Can you help me, please? 1)Provide a definition of "poetry" including its most important elements. 2)Briefly refer to the description of the mirror as provided by Sylvia Plath in her poem "Mirror"? What does the mirror ...
November 14, 2010 by Franco

English
Shall I use the simple past only for the following two questions (which refer to history)? I included other doubts. Thank you. 1) Who were the King's Men? 2) Who was the real Macbeth. 3)What does Malcolm tell his soldiers to do when the army reaches (or reach) Birnam Wood? 4)...
October 4, 2011 by Henry2

English
Writeacher, could you please check if the sentences are correct? Thank you. (I included my doubts in parentheses) Integration into ongoing activities 1) Involvement of the classes of the participating students 2) Closer examination (or in-depth analysis) of propaedeutical ...
February 5, 2012 by Henry2

Ebglish
I still have afew more doubts 1) The Whigs were in power (and not "in charge") from 1714 and 1760. 2) Avoid writing long-winded sentences linked by the conjuction "and". 3) The ministers' meetings were called Cabinet (better: they developed into the Cabinet) 4) Robert Walpole ...
April 14, 2011 by Mike1

English
I checked the site Sarah suggested to me on the personal construction with the passive voice. I hope someone can help me with my doubts. Maybe the sentences are just not possible. 1) They report that Peter is sending her messages. Peter is reported to be sending her messages. ...
May 24, 2011 by Henry1

English
I still have some more sentences I need to check. Can you please have a look at them, too? 1) Hamlet arranges a play at court in order to expose his father's murdere. So in the third act there is the-play-within-the play that is paradoxically the only true thing in the play. 2...
January 5, 2012 by Henry2

English
I still have a few doubts on some sentences. I really hope you can have a look at them. 1) You have to go (?) through the metal detector. 2) Nature was an instrument of God (but not "an The English Renaissance was less connected to (not with) the visual arts. 3) During this ...
April 24, 2011 by Henry1

English
I'm posting you the sentences I'm most dubtful about. I included my doubts in parentheses. 1) Despite his victorious military campaigns Cromwell introduced unpopular restrictions on everyday life, such as, for example, the closing (?) of the theatres for their supposed ...
September 18, 2011 by Henry2

English
These are the sentences I'm not sure of. I included the doubts in parantheses.Thank you. 1) Briefly outline the main features of the epic poem. Refer then to the seventh-century (?) epic poem "Beowulf" and to what it celebrates. 2)In the song "Help" the Beatles regret being ...
February 7, 2011 by Franco

English
I still have the following doubts. I really hope you can help me this time, too. 1) She asked: "Have you done your homework yet? " She asked me if I had already done my homework/or had done my homework yet. (Which of the two is grammatical?) 2) She said she would come the day ...
May 1, 2011 by Henry1

English
I still have a few doubts on some sentences. Thank you very much. 1) Thanks to the development (introduction) of steam engine, the manufacture of cloth became cheaper (or to manufacture cloth became cheaper). 2) The poet personifies the elements of nature. 3) As for the ice, ...
December 5, 2011 by Henry2

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