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1. It was all about swimming that he talked with a girl.
Is this sentence correct or wrong? I'm studying grammar but I'm clueless as usual
2. It was the president who John call a fool.
How about the second one?
3. ... I'm making grammar tree (which is not easy for me) and I was wondering what we call 'How' in the system.
Take a look at the following one.
"I forgot how good beer tastes."
This sentence is ambiguous and I don't know what to call 'how' here.
Good is an adv. Beer is a N. but can't find any explanation
on my syntax book. What kind of catergory 'how' is in?
Simpler is better. Example:
The president called John a fool.
I think, "good" is adv.
I forgot how good beer was / tasted.
talk /tɔk/ Show Spelled Pronunciation [tawk] Show IPA
–verb (used without object)
1.to communicate or exchange ideas, information, etc., by speaking: to talk about poetry.
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