Interested in Language
I am wondering how to describe something that has broken/succumbed in a storm, in this way:
"The trees broke in the storm"
"The ship succumbed to the storm"
Both examples "feels" right to me but I can't manage to find any examples when I google, to confirm that this is a correct way to put it.
The acctual phrase (I'm making song-lyrics) that I want to write is:
"Let's give it all before we surrender and break/succumb to the storm"
How would you say this?
Thankful for any help.
I'm not a teacher of English, but I have spoken it for (almost) all of my life....
Ok, I'll go with "sink" or "fall" in the storm. Thank you!
Would you say that one of them is more "correct" to use in this case?
And thanx, to the both of you, for correcting everything else in my text, a good way to learn!:)
Please use the correct English word "Thanks", not "thanx".
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.