'reblog ' cannnot be used as a verb?
I think ' reblog' is a verb.
I think you should reblog something you like .
Yes, "reblog" can be used as a verb. It is the predicate of the subject of the sentence.
I will "reblog" this information to let everyone see it. example
"Will reblog" is the complete predicate. It is what the subject "I" does or plans to do in the sentence.
|link comment||edited Jun 09 '13 at 11:25 Dara Talibah New member|
Most likely, you are correct. Our language is constantly evolving. If you can blog something, then someone else can probably reblog that same thing. Each year a handful of new words are added to the dictionary. It's pretty fascinating. When you are using a relatively new word, like "reblog," you are given creative license. How and when you use this new word will help to shape how it's used throughout the English-speaking world. If it catches on, then maybe someday your kids or grandchildren will be looking it up in a dictionary.
|link comment||edited Jun 09 '13 at 10:46 b-girl New member|
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