I was wondering what the difference between these two similar ways of describing a noun is. Its color is brown. or It is brown in color. If they are both proper usage please explain to me ...
I've got a pretty strong intuition for what's grammatically correct and what's not. My hunch here is that the following sentence is wrong. Can someone verify this for me, using a syntactical rule to ...
A comma after "that", midsentence, is increasingly common. Consider the examples below. Would you consider the commas after "that" to be correct? If you remove the information set off by commas, the ...
If the sentence "My thoughts on religion exactly" correct or is "Exactly my thoughts on religion" correct?? Or are both correct??
Meaning and structure of “At staring and saying nothing a barefaced man, unspectacled, starts scratch.”
The following is from The Invisible Man by H. G. Wells, chapter 4, "Mr. Cuss Interviews the Stranger", 7th and 8th paragraphs from the end of the chapter. ‘It’s an empty sleeve, is it? You saw it ...
I got a sentence when watching a dialogue: There is nothing a guy can do that even comes close. In my opinion, "nothing" has an attributive clause: "a guy can do"; and in this atributive clause, ...