When referring to property (even if it is a single structure), area or land, we say "premises" with the "s."
I'm not quite sure what you're trying to say here....you've been working hard continuously for three weeks? Or you've been working for three weeks, but this is the first day it was hard work?We all have been working very hard. Today marked 3 weeks of the
- I am trying to say today is just the day of the hard work for 3 weeks. Could you correct for me?
A tantrum is a kicking, screaming fit. When a child stamps his feet in defiance, then throws himself on the ground and thrashes and screams until his face is red, that's a tantrum. A "little" tantrum would be a milder version...perhaps the child would stay upright and scream. ("Temper tantrum" and "tantrum" mean the same thing.) Usually the term only applies to children, but sometimes if we think an adult is being petulant or especially disagreeable, we might say, "Calm down, don't have a tantrum."a) She's been throwing tantrums
b) She's been throwing little temper tantrums
- What's the difference between the above sentences?
- Does "throwing tantrums" only apply for children, if so, how about for adult?
- Can I omit 's' for tantrums?
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