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battery

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is there any website which can give me instant answers about english query ,eg if i want to get any sentence corrected or if i have any question relating to eng grammer any website which can help me instantly or atlest in few hrs
 

Nightmare85

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Is there any website [STRIKE](which)[/STRIKE] that can give me instant answers about English query? E.g. if I want to get any sentence corrected or if I have any question relating to Eng grammar - any website [STRIKE](which)[/STRIKE] that can help me instantly or at least in few hours.
(Use that when you describe a word directly.)

Why don't you use these forums here?
I don't get your point.

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is there any website which can give me instant answers about english query ,eg if i want to get any sentence corrected or if i have any question relating to eng grammer any website which can help me instantly or atlest in few hrs
I doubt whether there are free sites that can guarantee this. Are you asking about commercial sites?
 

bertietheblue

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(Use that when you describe a word directly.) Nightmare85, we've just been over this, less than an hour ago in a thread you started - 'which' is perfectly fine here
Why don't you use these forums here?
I don't get your point.

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Bertie
 

Nightmare85

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Nightmare85, we've just been over this, less than an hour ago in a thread you started - 'which' is perfectly fine here

Yes, but I wrote that earlier, that's why I asked you later :)

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BobK

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Why don't you use these forums here?
I don't get your point.

Cheers!

The point is that battery wants a quicker guaranteed response time. And as Raymott implied, s/he'll have to pay for it somewhere else! ;-)

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