should i use 'height' or 'heights' in the following sentence:
Throwing objects from height OR heights is a crime.
Throwing objects from heights is a crime.- correct
Originally Posted by Unregistered
Heights throwing objects is a crime - correct
Throwing objects from any height can cause serious harm.- correct
I don't think this is correct - what exactly would it mean?
Originally Posted by teia_petrescu
Another way of saying this:
Throwing objects from a height is dangerous/a crime.
By MW in forum English Idioms and Sayings
Last Post: 25-Mar-2006, 05:58
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