Adjective Satellite
What is an 'adjective satellite'? It appeared for several words in a friends PDA...
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Passive Or Participle?
Hi I am surrounded by my friends. That 'surrounded,' is it a past participle...
Thrice As Much
Some time ago I was told in this ng that "thrice" is still used in adjectives such...
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Looking For A Word?
I'm looking for a word, an adjective, to describe a person's character or personality...
Statham, Video, British Speech
Hi friends. I'd like to share an interview with one of my favourite actors - Jason...
Hi Teachers, Sergeant: “ Why?
Hi teachers, Sergeant: “ Why don’t you go out to her place and she if she...
Award Winning
Why does the adjective "award-winning" mean "having won an award" as opposed to ...
Please Need Help!
Hello. I've got a few questions. 1) "He said that Margaret (has, had, had had...
"A/An + Adjective"?
I am wondering why some of my friends and actors on tv said... for example "She...
Commonly Mispronounced Words?
Hey guys, Here's a list of commonly mispronounced words in English. Very interesting...
Analyis Of A Sentence.
in the following sentence: One teacher neatly described the teacher role as being...
Adjective To Describe A Person?
A friend of mine asked me whether there is an adjective which describes a person...
Use Of Proudy?
Hi These days I see more and more normal adjectives sticking 'y' at their end ...
Hi Teachers, When Own Is?
Hi teachers, When own is preceded by a possesive adjective it is used to emphasize...
"Disappointing" Vs. "Disappointed"?
The below is from a book, Man's Search for Meaning. In the paragraph, "disappointed...
Present Perfect Tense?
Please check out the following sentences. Which is acceptable? (1) At the wedding...
Adjective And Adverbs?
Hi, All Look at these sentences with my answers. Q1 : We were surprized when the...
Sentence Analysis?
Hi, I would very much appreciate your help with these: Caramelization causes...
The Apostrophe Conundrum...
Hi everyone I seem to have a grammar blind spot about the use of (and where not...
WHEN (Followed By Continuous Or Simple...
I started to speak right when he finished speaking/right when he was finishing speaking...