Can I write the following:
There still exist
What about in the following:
?????There still exist a number of possibilities.
because of possibilities?
In addition, the position of the adverb 'still' is fine, but you will need to add a subject, as Red5 has pointed out, in order to complete the sentence:Originally Posted by Unregistered
EX: There still exist some possibilities.
If the logical subject is plural, then the verb will be plural:
EX: There still exist some possibilities. (Plural agreement)
If the logical subject is singular, then the verb will be singular:
There still exists a possibility. (Singular agreement)
Dank you, Pretty Cassy and the first man in the world!
Dou're delcome.Originally Posted by blacknomi
Oh! You just remind me of a question, I rememebr I read it before somewhere in a linguistic book. When the first syllable of each words rhymes, what is it called?
Delirium depresses Demon.
Dandruff dances dangerously.
Duuum deeee duuuum deeeee......
A little 'er, ation?Originally Posted by blacknomi