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Hi. "A galaxy cluster is a structure that consists of anywhere from hundreds to thousands of galaxies bound together by gravity." [From the Wikipedia.] Is "anywhere" a noun or an adverb in this sentence? Thank you.
Hey guys, I noticed this clause in a wiki entry I was reading: "the same location where the fossil remains known as Lucy was also found." The past subjunctive "was" sounded out of place to me, so I immediately searched for info regarding the ...
OakaheSure. Here it is: "On 20 September...journal Nature presented the findings of a dig in Dikika,...Thanks, Oakahe.
The subject of the sentence is "journal." The main verb is "presented."
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Without the full sentence, I can only assume that the quoted passage is an appositive.
The subject of the sentence is not present here.
|Oakahe Thank you for your help everyone!|
I apologize for using "guys," by the way. I always forget that "guys" doesn't include everyone.
I'd really like to improve my understanding of grammar and was wondering if anyone could share some efficient methods. ...
OakaheI apologize for using "guys," by the...No problem. In US casual conversation, or in "slang," "guys" is often used to include everyone. ...
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|GPY You mean "humanities". I have never actually heard of "science engineering", but it doesn't seem to mean "science in general". Or do you mean "science and/or engineering"?|
Ignoring that, I would just just call them, respectively, humanities ...
|moon7296 Korea or other countries seem to categorize majors in university into groups; those majoring in humanities and science&enginering. |
I didn't know how to call these two groups and you gave an answer to it.
Do you think dividing students like those ...
Can anybody else offer an even more casual/common equivalent to this expression? Because last time I said this to a native speaker, she was totally confused over the phrase and I don't really have an accent when speaking English:) Thanks in advance
Hi, Could you please help me what should I say in the below scenario. Suppose I saw my very old friend in a restaurant but I'm not sure whether he can recognize me or not. What should be my expression when I go and meet him. Shall I ask him (1) Hi, ...
|Anonymous Hi. Do you recognize me?|
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