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    Default please help me in this.

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    wrapped up with or wrapped up in responsibilities,.whaich is correct.

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    give me an example where in basic is used a noun and one example where is is an adjective.i heard that basic is an adjective as well as a noun.

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    is critique a verb or can it act as a verb any where.if so one example for that.

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    Default Re: please help me in this.

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered
    1)
    wrapped up with or wrapped up in responsibilities,.whaich is correct.

    2)
    give me an example where in basic is used a noun and one example where is is an adjective.i heard that basic is an adjective as well as a noun.

    3)
    is critique a verb or can it act as a verb any where.if so one example for that.
    Dear guest,

    wrapped up in responsibilities is correct.

    basic (adjective) e.g. i have the basic information. (basic/adjective).
    BASIC (noun) =a computer language.
    basics (noun) =the most important and necessary facts from which other things develop. e.g. the basics of chemistry.

    critique (verb) e.g. her job involves critiquing designs by fashion student.
    critique (noun) e.g. a feminist critique of the modren theories.

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