Here are five things about friendships that some people believe are true.
This sentence looks fine to me but I find it hard to explain to people what sentence structure this is. It seems like there ...
This is the second World Cup in succession that Germany have failed
to get out of their group, suffering the same fate in Russia in 2018.
This is from BBC sports.
I know that of which-relatives are always sort of clunky, but are (1a) and (2a) equally acceptable to (1b) and (2b), respectively? Or is there a contrast here?
(1a) That’s the room, the door of which ...
It's a movie subtitle and Morgan Freeman made the sentence that 'The only dog ever struck by lightning was right in here in Egypt''. I think there is a penalty there i dont know why he used like that. ...
Considering the following two sentences:
My brother, who lives in LA, is an engineer.
My brother who lives in LA is an engineer.
My questions are:
Are they both correct, grammatically?
If yes, then ...
I am taking classes to improve my English. The instructor and I were going through 'Relative Clauses' this morning, when this particular sentence came up.
We met the students who you taught English.
I created the OASIS because I never felt at home in the real world. I just didn't know how to connect with the people there. I was afraid for all of my life right up until the day I knew my life was ...
All examples are mine.
I'm curios which of them you consider correct and which not.
(1a) I know somewhere we can go.
(1b) I know somewhere where we can go.
(2a) I know someplace we can go.
(2b) I know ...
Let's look at the following sentence.
Working hard, Ram will definitely succeed.
I think the sentence could have two meanings.
There is a condition that if Ram works hard , he will definitely succeed....
Ram, whom I called yesterday, is a very good boy.
Can this sentence be reduced to:
Ram, I called yesterday, is a very good boy.
My confusion arose after I saw somewhere that the relative pronoun can't ...
While studying english, a sudden question appeared in my head.
ex) He is a man who I think is honest.
this sentence can be divided in two:
1) He is a man
2) I think that he is honest.
He is a man + I ...
Put your clock forward to the furthest it can go which I think is 2025.
which relative pronoun is used for 'furthest' and acting as a subject for 'is 2025'.
My question is that it's also working as a ...
The building over there is owned by a large corporation. I have forgotten the name of the building.
There are three newcomers in our class.All of them speak Spanish.
In both of these sentences, when I ...