Singular They
Sentences like "Everybody is required to show THEIR ID when THEY cross the gate....
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With/Without + Object + Complement
It looks as if with and without admit a construction that other prepositions...
Analyzing Subordinate Clauses?
Noun Clause - where the clause acts as a noun. She told him what she thought....
To Infinitive Serving As An Adjective...
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'Both' Two Sentences?
We are both candidates. 1) Is both an adjective or a pronoun here? My dictionary...
Adjective With No Noun: The Most Stoic...
Here's a sentence taken from the BBC: A mental health clinic was also set up by...
Question About A Title. Unit 7
Hi Teachers, Which option is a good title? a) Subject Pronouns , Possessive Adjectives...
The Greatest?
Hi teachers, His responsibility is the greatest of all. Here ‘the greatest...
The Verb 'To Be' Ever Have An Agent (Or...
it seems to me it never does. any situation I can think of, what might be interpreted...
Relative Clauses In This Sentence?
This sentence below is an example of a cumulative setences from a site- sentences...
Infinitives?
An infinitive is the preposition to followed by a verb. Or put another way, one...
An American Told Me This...
1. We say "play the piano" Is it ungrammatical to say "play piano" ? And also...
Adjective Before Pronoun
Can an adjective come before a pronoun in english?
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Is This An Adjective Pronoun?
There is a car In this simple sentence, what we call 'there' in grammatical term...
Eponymous Adjective?
Short question, what would be a valid eponymous adjective for "Foltz." I could...
Participle Phrase?
Here are the examples: 1. Peel off the skin using a small knife. 2. Name two...
'Family' Or 'My Family'; 'Mother' Or ...
What (determiner, article, pronoun etc.) are we supposed to put before such words...
Pronoun, Adjective, Noun?
In the sentence, " Most of us are writing about someone whom we admire." Can...
Noun, Pronoun, Adjective?
In the sentence, "she herself was free, she could not" how is free being used?...
Adverb Or Adjective?
I really wonder whether adverb can describe noun or pronoun. What do you think this...