Election are next year.
Whom is the linking verb linking here (Adj or location)?
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.
Linkink verb links to adjective, noun or location but here I don't understand whom does it link to?
So what is the "next year" Adjective or noun?
"Elections are next year." doesn't mean 'Elections = next year". It means "Elections are [due to be held] next year" or "Elections are [scheduled for] next year", or something similar.
Last edited by Raymott; 09-Apr-2014 at 01:55. Reason: is -> are
So it is reduced clause.
which (does) it links to?
Is use of "does" incorrect here? why?
My second question is different.
It is use of "does" in sentence because I wrote "which does it links to?" But bhaisahab removed "does".
Last edited by vaibhavmaskar; 09-Apr-2014 at 05:27.