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    Cool GRammAR == battle of wills HMMMMM

    1. In the phrase 'battle of wills' is the word wills a noun or an adjective? My friend said it is an adjective that modifies the word battle while I think it is a noun as it cannot be seperate as it is a noun phrase.

    2. In the sentence -- She is willing to help me. -- Is the word "willing" an adjective or a verb? my friend said it is a verb while I think it is an adjective that describes the mindset of the "She"...

    Pls hlp tks...........


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    Re: GRammAR == battle of wills HMMMMM

    1. Noun. Sorry, your friend is wrong.

    2. Adjective. Your friend is 0 for 2.

    Greg

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