Hello. http://www.learnersdictionary.com/definition/name “How many of the 50 states of the U.S. can you name?” “Well, there's New York, Connecticut, and Massachusetts, to name (but/just/only) a few.” Is "there's" correct? Should it be "there're"?
We only have two pound of potatoes left? This is not/ Those are not enough? Is or are?
Aspara GusWe only have two pounds of potatoes left. Those are not enough would not be correct. You could say This is not enough, but I would use that or a relative clause (…potatoes left, which is not enough). I use the singular verb because I see two pounds as a ...
Hi. 1) He was trying to find a place in which he could hide himself.2) He was trying to find a place which he could hide himself in. 1) Is the clause beginning with in which an adverb clause? 2) Is the clause beginning with which an adjective clause? Thank you.
Aspara Gus They are both relative clauses, modifying place.