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English sentence, does this make sense?


sammiegirl12338 1 / -  
Mar 24, 2010   #1
you cant talk s to my face or have the audacity to put your name on here.

did i use proper English and everything?

comet2000 10 / 48  
Mar 24, 2010   #2
you can' t talk s (is that one word? why is that s there?) to my face or have the audacity to put your name on here.
EF_Kevin 8 / 13,324 129  
Mar 25, 2010   #3
I hope this is not about a feud between essayforum members!

is that one word? why is that s there?

I think the s stands for a word that begins with s!!! :-)

So, the correct way might be like this:
You can't talk s to my face, and you don't even have the audacity to reveal your name. on here.
brittw 1 / 21  
Jan 1, 2011   #4
"its academic reputation that draw me to ___ College" (draws or draw)?

ok help with this sentence please! only one hour till dealine..

It is not small population or its academic reputation that draw me to ___ College.

should it be "draws" or "draw"??
Jpuck 4 / 28  
Jan 1, 2011   #5
I am not drawn to ________________ college because of its small population or academic reputation.
brittw 1 / 21  
Jan 1, 2011   #6
thanks! thats really helpful :)
anacmerced - / 1  
Aug 12, 2011   #7
[Moved from]: "John Brown was a very contradicted man" - Does this sentence make sense?

Sorry about my spelling up there, I needed to fit everything so I had to remove some letters to make room. But yeah here is the sentence. Please help A.S.A.P!

Sentence: ---> John Brown was a very contradicted man. I am writing an essay about John Brown and I don't know if this sentence makes sense or not. If it does then let me know. If it doesn't then can you please tell me the correct way to phrase the sentence? I would really appreciate it. Thanks(:
bhern8 1 / 1  
Aug 12, 2011   #8
john brown was a very contradicting man
danevarez - / 1  
Aug 22, 2012   #9
(.. also used as ..) - Is this a sentence run on? Should I make changes?

Also used as an advanced imaging technique, contrast-enhanced technology involves intravascular microbubble that produce images of tumor cells.
DeNeil10 2 / 6  
Aug 22, 2012   #10
Not as expert by any means, but might suggest rewording it to:

Also used as an advanced imaging technique, is contrast-enhanced technology, which involves intravascular microbubble, that produce images of tumor cells.


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