With the onset of senile dementia, which meant that I could remember the names of writers but not always the year in which their book was published, I had to revert to alphabetical order. This meant, among other things, that Aarts (Oxford Modern English Grammar, 2011) moved from being nearly the last in my collection to being the first. Zandvoort's Handbook of English Grammar (1949) moved from a central position to last place.
That worked for a couple of years. I am now having problems with alphabetical order. (That's ym ecxuse fro my typophilai) .
That's very sad. I recommend you retire for an early night like I'm about to do with my book at bedtime:
Care of the Elderly by Jerry Attrick-Holmes.
I've got to page three of that ten nights in a row. Fortunately for me, it's completely fresh each time I start.
Last edited by Piscean; 20-Mar-2017 at 23:06.
I am not a teacher.
set up carries the meaning of arranging things in preparation for something that is coming next. You want to do something with this arrangement.
set up a business
set up a system
set up some software
set up a game
It also carries the meaning: