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accepted “They are Australian” vs “They are Australians”
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comment “They are Australian” vs “They are Australians”
@HotLicks How can I know that in "They're Australian", the "Australian" here is noun or adjective? If it can be both, that mean "They're Australians(plural noun)" is also correct???
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comment The second verb of subject should be express according to number or not?
That doesn't answer may question my point is about grammar.
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asked The second verb of subject should be express according to number or not?
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accepted “use some rest” vs. “take some rest” vs. “get some rest”?
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asked “use some rest” vs. “take some rest” vs. “get some rest”?
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revised last summer or the last summer?
added 39 characters in body
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asked last summer or the last summer?
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accepted What is difference between “faulty” and “broken”?
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revised What is difference between “faulty” and “broken”?
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comment What is difference between “faulty” and “broken”?
@TimLymington Thanks a lot! I edited it already.
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revised What is difference between “faulty” and “broken”?
added 3 characters in body