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Proprofs
Answered: Jun 05, 2020
You can have both of them

In listing elements of a list, you should maintain parallel structure. You can have both of them should be shortened to both of them.

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John Smith
Answered: Jun 05, 2020
Better

When comparing three or more items, you must choose the appropriate superlative. Better compares between two items while best compares between three or more. Thus, between better and...Read More

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Proprofs
Answered: Jun 05, 2020
You

Subjects must be used consistently. If you wish to use the impersonal one as a subject, you must continue to use the impersonal one throughout the sentence. So, you should be one

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John Smith
Answered: Jun 05, 2020
Was

When writing sentences in the subjunctive tense, you must remember to use the construction If... were... would. The tense of the word was (past indicative) is not the correct tense.

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Proprofs
Answered: Jun 05, 2020
Many

When speaking in terms of quantity, much refers to a non-discreet or uncountable set. While Johns money is probably countable, the idea is that it is indefinite how MUCH money he...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Jun 05, 2020
You are

The correct construction for the past perfect tense is: you have completed.

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Proprofs
Answered: Jun 05, 2020
Them

Moorish Spain is a singular subject, while them is a plural pronoun. In addition, it is unclear whether them refers to Moorish Spain or the fact that Moorish Spain was no savage...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Jun 05, 2020
Me

Studying is a noun, so you must have the adjective my to describe possession of studying.

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John Smith
Answered: Jun 05, 2020
Fussing

Here is a parallel structure issue. The infinitive (to + verb) is used in the first three elements of the list whereas the gerund (verb + ing) is used in the last element. fussing...Read More

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