It was very kind of all of you to answer the questions I sent last night. I have a question: Is everybody who answers the questions, teachers??? (please, let me know if my structure in the question was correct.)
1. With the adjective "happy", I can use the prepositions: with, about, that, at depending on the sentence. Is it right?
2. Is the expression: "on account of" formal or informal???
3. In the sentence: "The first thing she has to do is listen to any new CDs." Why didn't the writer use "to" or "ing" before the verb "listen"? I mean, I have "verb to be" before it, so I guess I'd say: "The first thing she has to do is to listen/listening to any new CDs. Would it be possible? Why (not)???
Thank you very much.
Last edited by Emanuelli; 14-Feb-2005 at 00:14. Reason: Correction of a question
He/she used to because the verb needs that preposition, but What are you listening to?Originally Posted by Emanuelli