Which one is correct?
A. Does the students like grammar?
B. Do the student like grammar?
C. Is the students like grammar?
D. Are the students like grammar?
Still, Yet, Already & JustClick vs. Clique Coordinate Conjunction Such...that, so ......thatTime and CalendarQuantifiers: too many, too much & enoughRelative Clausewould should couldAdjective or Adverb
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Today I hiked more far / farther than yesterday.
A. more far
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Stop. I told her. “You’re not being very nice.”
Which of the following corrects the punctuation error in these sentences?
A. Stop, I told her. “You’re not being very nice.”
B. Stop, I told her “you’re not being very nice.”
C. I told her, “You’re not being very nice.”
D. I told her “you’re not being very nice.”
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