Which one is correct?
Miss Rose, you are insisting on bringing back all the sad memories. You're hurting us that way. First, the violin and now the sewing machine/ First, it was the violin and now it is the sewing machine!
Are the expressions in Italic and bold correct?
Listen to me Jane, it is lovely to hold memories for our beloved ones who have passed away. However, to consider raking up their memories and grieving for them a kind of loyalty is totally unacceptable.
If I say:
Each one has his moments negatively that is;
Each one has his moments of anger and frustration.
Is this a correct usage of the expression to use it in a negative manner or it is only used positively?