.I have some questions above the sentences below and I wonder if someone can help me.
“For lunch, it’s better to go for a picnic” or “To lunch is better to take a picnic”
Is it right to say that “something is very necessary”?
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We enjoyed the lake because we practised many sports there (?) "we played" or "we took part in"
They talked about the TV series they liked and what was happening in them (?)
“They immediately took the guns” or “immediately they took the guns” Both are grammatical
“I had final exams” or “I had the final exams” This could be used to specify the final exams in a course
The police caught and arrested him (?)
Is it possible to use the verb “talk” followed by the preposition “of”? If so, can you give me an example? They talked of many things, such as cabbages and kings.
“to have a temptation” is always followed by “to”, e.g. “I have the temptation to eat chocolate cake”, or can it be followed by other prepositions? "To have a temptation" is awkward phrasing. We would normally say "I am tempted to do something". You can also say "I am tempted by something".