Thanks.tdol said:The first is correct- the second has no main verb. 'Compared' is correct. ;-)
3. is incorrect with 'toys'. Try, ...toys and all that stuff...
4. What does #6 and #7 mean? (This is wrong and it should be 'What do #6 and #7 mean?)Re: #4 and #5
What do you think?
jack said:4. What does #6 and #7 mean? (This is wrong and it should be 'What do #6 and #7 mean?)
5. What are the subject and verb? (This is wrong? Why? The subject is not 'subject and verb?
THe other ones sound right but I am somewhat not sure if it is right. Sorry, Miss.'1. Do you know when the store is closed?' -- is the only grammatically acceptable option. C'mon, Jack-- you know that (3) is wrong-- why did you submit it?
ChucklesMister Micawber said:PS: We gotta stop meeting like this, Cassy-- people will start to talk.
(3) is a good example. :-D I see it as the learner trying to gain a clearer understanding by testing function and distribution. :up:Mister Micawber said:C'mon, Jack-- you know that (3) is wrong-- why did you submit it?
:-D Well, where one might see two is's:Mister Micawber said:Two 'is'es?!
Okay, I went back to this one and reviewed it. I still don't get this one:3. is incorrect with 'toys'. Try, ...toys and all that stuff...
Same with this one:Try, ...expenses for..
Can you re-explain this to me, I don't really get it. Thanks.The problem is this: the preposition 'of' expresses belongs to, so if 'toys' belongs to 'stuff', then it's a part of the stuff, so use the preposition 'in'.
Should this be 'A series of blunders compounds..' not 'compound'?A series of blunders compound... (Talking about a General Fact)
1. What do #6 and #7 mean? (Subject: #6 and #7, right? Verb=doYou could also try, "What do #6 and #7 mean? What do they mean?"