I have been trying to understand how to detect subject and predicate in a sentence. So, I stumbled on this page http://www.dailygrammar.com/Lesson-113-Review.htm The ff. example was given: Jim ...
What is the grammatical interpretation of the phrase? I don't understand what verb tense or voice is used.
According to a dictionary search for "trespasses": v. Enter the owner's land or property without permission n. A voluntary wrongful act against the person or property of another, esp. unlawful entry ...
A member's post on another site has the structure: This a post I put on [site] and [member] suggested I posted here too. (emphasis mine) It appears that being reported speech, post is required to ...
If I have sentences Member is allowed to change himself back I want to go to school He needs to stop What are the predicate of these sentences? Are they allowed - want - need, or ...
I had John return the video for me. In this sentence, why do we use return and not returns or returned?
Possible Duplicate: What is it called when a non-verb is used as a verb? The phenomenon of turning a noun into a verb is very common. Some are more well known, like "shouldering the blame" ...
It seems that I often write something like this: The sizes of these datasets seem to grow faster than the processing power of computers does. Now, a longish text I'd written was proofread (by a ...