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Thread: Wind or Windy?

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    Re: Wind or Windy?

    yes it is a subject so must be wind

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    Wind.... Is the right Answer

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    Re: Wind or Windy?

    Quote Originally Posted by kaufenpreis View Post
    I think windy - Chicago's 'Windy City'
    That's not the same. It's a noun here, not an adjective.

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    #24

    Re: Wind or Windy?

    Here wind is a correct word.

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    #25

    Re: Wind or Windy?

    Wind is a noun. Windy is an adjective. In your sentence, you are talking about something, an object, so it's "wind".

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    #26

    Re: Wind or Windy?

    I chose "wind" because it sounds natural.

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