What is the difference between these two statements: A new version of Java is ready to install. A new version of Java is ready to be installed.
Is it grammatical to say of some potential meaning that it is “able to be said” or “trying to be said”?
A recent commenter on a recent word-search question nominated a term as “an even better word for what is trying to be said.” This seems to me to attribute intention to something—a ...
Why do 'get' and 'have' work similarly in 'get/have sth done" but differently in 'get sb to do sth' and 'have sb do sth'
Why do 'get' and 'have' work similarly in I got/had my car repaired. but differently – that is are not complemented in the same way although they still mean the same – in I got someone to ...