Are these questions right grammatically?

0

Q: What did you paint white?
A: I painted it white.

 

Q: Who did you appoint chairman?
A: I appointed him chairman.

 

Q: What did you appoint him?
A: I appointed him chairman.

 

Q: Who did you believe honest?
A: I believed him honest.

 

Q: Who did you call a fool?
A: I called him a fool.

 

Q: What did you call him?
A: I called him a fool.

Q: What did you find empty?
A: I found the box empty.

Q: What did you leave open?
A: I left the door open.

 

Q: Who did you think a doctor?
I thought him a doctor.

 

Q: Who did you think honest? I thought him honest.  

0 answers


Your answer


Write at least 20 characters

Have a question about English grammar, style or vocabulary use? Ask now to get help from Grammarly experts for FREE.