More context is needed. (Note, Do you like pear? could mean, do you like pear flavor?)Originally Posted by Emanuelli
Those structures are called copular constructions, or linking structures:b) When we say: "She is tall."/ "They are happy". (Is there a name for this kind of structure?) I mean, the use of adjective after verb "to be"without repeating the noun, like "She is a tall woman".
Subject + Linking verb + Predicate Adjective.
Depends on the context. "Share [in paying] the bills" is OK.c) Is it right to say: "share the bills"?
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