Questions tagged with noun

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Adjective + noun
Can I write like this: "It had been yet another unbearably challenging of a morning"?My teacher marked the "of a" ...
adjective noun adjectives teacher of 0 votes, asked Nov 18 by Joel Kaasalainen
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a noun clause using present tense to describe a future situation.
I have written the following and Google results show that this is OVERWHELMINGLY more common. But I cannot argue its ...
noun clause tense 0 votes, edited Oct 10 by Ross Tulloch
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Grammar (simple) - Something to do with possessive noun, plural, & punctuation.
I had an assignment of writing analysis/reflection of 10 crime documentaries. So, its one reflection/analysis for each of the 10 ...
grammar plural noun possesive punctuation +1 vote, asked Jul 29 by Elena Y. Mijares
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Jury is a collective noun is by grammar rules goes with a singular verb; but in several sites i see ...
collective noun 0 votes, asked Jul 17 by Servius Prime
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'a' or 'of a' following an adjective?
- "He is just as good a teacher as..." or "He is just as good of a teacher as..." - ...
grammar noun adjective 0 votes, asked Jun 18 by Leah Johnstone
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Import, imports or importer
In my email signature I want to add a short description of what the company does. The company imports and/or ...
noun verb plural singular 0 votes, asked Jun 09 by Pablo Morales
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Can 'scribbling' be a noun?
Hi there! Currently, I'm reading a book on 'Android Phones' and I can't understand the author's use of the word ...
noun adjective +1 vote, edited May 31 by Abdul Quadir
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Word order of "Judas Priest"
I am wondering if someone could tell me why "Judas Priest" is not "Priest Judas" like "Doctor Williams." Thank you. ...
noun apposition 0 votes, edited May 23 by iamaimo
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Adjective or not?
Is 'sea' in sea shell an adjective of the noun 'shell' or not? Or is it together just a noun?
adjective noun 0 votes, asked Mar 23 by Pascal van Geest
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Which fragment is grammatically correct: 1) Rotational deformity bilateral 5th toe 2) Rotational deformity bilateral 5th toes
noun 0 votes, asked Mar 21 by Stylissima
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Noun form of the verb "enfold"
Hi all, Can anyone tell me what the noun of "enfold"/"enfolding" would be? (I.e., the object that is 'enfolded'). I ...
grammar verb noun 0 votes, asked Mar 20 by Asa Skinner
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Possessive of Plural "s" Proper Noun
In the instance where a company's name ends in a plural "s", is the correct way to make it possessive ...
plural possessive proper noun Style 0 votes, asked Mar 19 by Sibloe
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Chris's chair or Chris' chair
This is quite confusing. Do we add another s for the possessive form of a name ending with s? So, ...
noun possesive 0 votes, asked Mar 11 by Yena A.
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I am having a spirited debate over my sentence structure in a question I asked over text message.
I asked this question in a group text: "Still wanting some infused jalapeño tequila steve?" Chaos ensued. I understand that ...
noun Adverb adjective compound 0 votes, asked Feb 28 by Jay B
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Narwhal song use of awesome
"Narwhals are causing a commotion because they are so awesome." Is "awesome" used incorrectly as a noun in this sentence?
adjective noun 0 votes, asked Feb 21 by Justin
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Article With Uncountable Noun - 2 sentences
Is the use of the article correct in the following sentences: 1. I love rice. It is a(?!) healthy food ...
article Uncountable noun 0 votes, asked Feb 17 by Ju Ratė
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articles and nouns
Which is correct, and why? 1. He goes to college in Sydney. 2. He goes to a college in Sydney. ...
countable noun article 0 votes, asked Feb 16 by madam mayhem
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noun and gerund
Hi !!! 1-which one is right? : I like ski ( the sport of skiing) or I like skiing? 2- ...
gerund noun sports 0 votes, asked Feb 04 by Mahdi
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Travel as a noun vs. verb
Does it make sense to say, "The subject had travel to France" when you are simply trying to say that ...
noun verb 0 votes, asked Dec 09 '14 by mac
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longest noun
Is "longest" sometimes a noun? How about in these two sentences? The apple in the basket is the longest. That ...
noun 0 votes, asked Dec 03 '14 by Tama Kain
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What is the difference of a adverb and a noun prepositional phrase?
ok so I am doing a grammar page on adverbs. On the back side it's telling u 2 do these ...
PrepositionalPhrases noun Adverb 0 votes, asked Nov 18 '14 by darling fang
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Would plural subject followed by adjective require singular or plural verb?
Which is correct? Cities represented (have or has) grown.
noun verb agreement 0 votes, asked Sep 25 '14 by Maria
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Noun clause vs. Gerund!! Need help =)
Hello everyone, I came across the topic of gerund and noun clause through my recent study . From this following ...
clause noun Phrase gerunds +1 vote, asked Aug 25 '14 by Pete
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Which is stronger: a noun or an adjective?
I read where two men were debating over a sentence that involved an adjective followed by the noun that was ...
noun adjective 0 votes, asked Apr 27 '14 by Nathan
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Read the following sentence for once: "Using a knowledge poor approach (explicit information from the text rather than implicit world ...
adjectives and noun 0 votes, asked Mar 24 '14 by Nousher Ahmed
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collective noun
Here is the sentence which is being questioned. The gray wolf was present in Yellowstone when the park was established ...
collective noun pronoun 0 votes, asked Mar 07 '14 by Lynda Elaine
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Non-count noun
Why do we say, ".... a short time" when "time" is not a countable noun? Normally, we don't use the ...
article noun 0 votes, asked Jan 24 '14 by Wendy Coyle
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Singular or Plural Noun in a List
Which is correct? 1.) Property Covered under Coverages A, C, or E. or 2.) Propert covered under Coverage A, C, ...
singular plural Conjunction list noun 0 votes, asked Aug 05 '13 by Lindsay
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Adjectives between nouns and verbs
I am wondering which is the best way to set up this question. Is it okay to put an adjective ...
adjectives between noun and verb 0 votes, asked May 01 '13 by Stacie Wolfe
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