New answers tagged

1 vote

When do we use and when do we not use an indefinite article in front of the noun “job”?

Which and what are determiners, and they cannot normally be combined with other determiners such as articles. The only context in which what a job might appear is in the exclamation "What a job!&...
Colin Fine's user avatar
  • 73.3k
2 votes

In a title, can I omit "are you"? "(Are you) worried about climate change?"

I am a native speaker from US - "Worried About Climate Change" really is fine. It sounds a little bit more casual or familiar.
catherine2017's user avatar
1 vote

Where to put past participles?

How many days left are there? That is correct and idiomatic. So is this: How many days are there left? And there's nothing wrong with "How many days left do you have?" even though some ...
TimR's user avatar
  • 1,655

Top 50 recent answers are included