Sorry for a lack of proper title, but do not know what to call it since there are multiple questions.
1. is it:
She love flowers.
She loves flowers.
When do I add the 's'?
2. Lets say there is a nationality called 'Torz'. Would the adjective be 'Torzian' or 'Torsian'?
3. When do I take out the 'n' in 'an' when describing a single thing that starts with a vowel? Such as: A universe.
4. When do I add the 'n' in 'an' in words that starts with consonants?
5. I see 'non-alcoholic' and 'nonalcoholic'. Are both right; is the hypen optional? If so, then 'Indo-Pakistani' can be spelt as 'Indopakistani'?
6. I commonly see full-stops inside the quotation marks. But some say it is acceptable too if the full-stop is outside. Is it true?
YOu add "s" when you use third person (He, She, It)Originally Posted by thrustan
He plays football------>Verb: To Play
She dances well------->Verb: To Dance
It swims too fast------>Verb: Swim
Last edited by Tdol; 11-Mar-2005 at 04:35. Reason: typo