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She said that, over time, they lose their ability to full charge.

why is the above sentence wrong? FULL is adjective, FULLY is adverb, CHARGE is noun. Isn't it adjective +noun, and adverb+verb(or adjective, or adverb)?

Thank you.

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In this case "charge" is a verb. More correctly it is the infinitive verb "to charge". It might be even better to say "[...] ability to charge fully." If you want to use "charge" as a noun you would have to change the sentence to something like this:

She said that, over time, they lose their ability to reach full charge.

  • thank you, Smatterer, you are helped me with your kind answer, and thanks, Maryam to support my question to cleanly. Good luck, You all. – eddy Sep 12 '17 at 3:01

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