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    'to have a blazing row with somebody'

    what type of verb or word class is 'to have a blazing row' with somebody and how would i grammatically exlpain this sentence to a class

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    Re: 'to have a blazing row with somebody'

    The relationship between blazing + row is a collocation rather than grammatical and I suppose that the relationship with the verb would be a colligation.

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    Re: 'to have a blazing row with somebody'

    Quote Originally Posted by Tdol View Post
    The relationship between blazing + row is a collocation rather than grammatical and I suppose that the relationship with the verb would be a colligation.
    And the whole blazing row would lead to a conflagration.

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