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2014-04-17 English as a Second Language - English grammar:

Hi Buddhi,    FOR is indeed a coordinating conjunction. It links two independent clauses. In other words, the sentence following the conjunction "for" has a meaning on its own, independent of the sentence

2014-04-17 English as a Second Language - sentences:

1. When the teacher asked John why he made such a big mistake, he couldn’t explain it.  The company’s products account for almost 90 percent of the world’s market share.    Are both sentences grammatically

2014-04-17 English as a Second Language - sentences:

. Weather changes can affect my grandma’s arthritis. She sometimes claims that it is going to rain because she can feel it in her joints.  Many believe that world peace can only be achieved by the joint

2014-04-16 English as a Second Language - english:

Hi Brent!    Interesting question!  Because of the liberal way the author structured that sentence it's hard to detect, but quite simply, it's "huddled".  That's it!  The complete predicate would be "huddled

2014-04-16 English as a Second Language - English grammar:

Hello Buddhi,    nice to hear from you!    Your sentences are all OK. The only one that you want to change is the 4th one. We say "the UK" so your sentence should read:    He told me he has never been

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