I'm a native english speaker and I'm looking for english grammar books and books with examples of beautiful and advanced sentences.
Some of the books I'm looking for include:
A LOT of examples: I believe repeating phrases and seeing a lot of examples is the best way to learn - just...
Hi, I'm confused by 2 grammar rules that seem to contradict each other:
1. Uncountable nouns don’t have plural forms!
Example: underwear and furniture have no plural form
2. The noun following one of, some of, none of and similar expressions must be plural in number
Now the confusion...
Hi I'm trying to analyze the grammar of the phrases
A cup of water
a sip of tea
a group of children
A city of ghosts
Is it correctly understood that
Cup and water are 2 seperate nouns?
Or is the whole sentence "Cup of water" or "City of ghosts" a compound noun?