Posted by John on Saturday, June 13, 2009 at 3:03am.
1. Lisa had a cake for dinner.
2. Lisa had any cake for dinner.
3. Lisa had round cake for dinner.
4. Lisa had a piece of cake for dinner.
(Are all the expressions grammatical?)
5. House to let
Home to let
Room to let
House to rent
Room to rent
(Which expressions are grammatical among the expressions in 5?)
English - Writeacher, Saturday, June 13, 2009 at 9:03am
1 and 2 are not used.
3 and 4 are fine.
In 5, "for rent" is the expression to use; the only time I can think of using "to rent" is when it's used as an infinitive in a sentence, such as this: She wants to rent a house soon.
"To let" seems to be more commonly used than "for let."
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