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This tag is for grammar questions, but only if you're not certain what other tag to use. If possible, tag as tense, verb, articles, prepositions, or some other more specific tag or tags instead.

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In that particular sentence, the common way to say that is: "The button can't be pressed." However it would also be valid to say "The button can't be pressed down.", just not common. Press is the ve …
answered Jan 8 '15 by levininja
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The way you said it could be grammatically correct, depending on exactly what you are trying to say. There are two things: help is the present form of the verb. If you are describing the event in …
answered Jan 8 '15 by levininja
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The first one is correct. What you have here is a case of a noun acting as adjective, or a restrictive apposition. This becomes apparent if you were to phrase the sentence with a singular noun. The …
answered Jan 8 '15 by levininja