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Feinted + Gerund, Infinitive?
He feinted to hit me. He feinted htting me. I find only very few instances on line...
Gerund, Infinitive And Tense/Aspect?
1. It is nice to meet you. 2. It was nice to meet you. 3. It has been nice to meet...
Some Verbs And Continuous Tenses?
Hi everyone! The book “English Grammar In Use. Intermediate Students, Cambridge...
Infinitive Clause?
I have read some books introducing the following sentences as infinitive clause...
1. Oddly Enough, He Went?
1. Oddly enough, he went home early. 2. Despite there not being many people at...
Answers In A Questionnaire?
Hi, one of the questions you can often find in a questionnaire is "What is your...
Is This Usage Grammatically Correct?
Is the following sentence grammatically correct in the sense of the usage of infinitive...
Mistakes Made By Chinese Learners?
Hi everyone I just wondered if anyone could help - I have to write a profile of...
Part Of Speech Question?
Hi, quick question: In the sentence that follows, what part of speech/ tense ...
Caught And Saw
I saw him stealing it. I saw a man wearing a brown shirt. I caught him stealing...
Sentence Correction
Hi, Below given are the few sentences:- We see that he is writing his blog,the...
That Grew?
This is on page 660 #17 on the SAT OG Book. One of the brackets is suppose to contain...
Gerund Vs Present Participle
I am sure this has already been discussed, but I was only able to find one thread...
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Grammar Of Following Sentences?
What is the grammar of walking and take in the following sentences? Is walking...
Continuous Followed By Gerund?
Hi there! my question is: can a continuous tense be followed by a gerund?? eg...
Questions?
I have two questions; 1. She was listening to the radio 2. She listened to the...
Some Grammar Questions?
Sentence: You never know what is going to happen to you, do you? Begin the sentence...
Contraction (Future Tense)?
Sometimes, it sounds to me that my English teacher speaks in a particular way.....