English

posted by .

1. The following are a must-remember.
2. The following are a must-see.
(Are both grammatical?)

  • English -

    I've never heard the first one.

    The second one is fine.

Respond to this Question

First Name
School Subject
Your Answer

Similar Questions

  1. English

    Is there a way to express the verb 'must' such that it means the subject does not have to do something?
  2. English

    The following are what you should not do for safety reasons. 1. You must not run in the hallway. 2. You must not throw away trash into the river. 3. You must not fight with your classmates. 4. You must not carry matches to the mountains. …
  3. English

    1. I'll remember to see the movie with my friend. 2. I'll remember that I have to see the movie with my friend. 3. I'll remember that I will see the movie with my friend. 4. I'll remember that I must see the movie with my friend. (Does …
  4. English

    1. He is honest in himself. (Is this sentence grammatical?
  5. English

    Which sentence is preferable? A. A student must see their advisor before registering for the following semester. B. A student must see his advisor before registering for the following semester. C. Students must see their advisor before
  6. English

    1. The ice must be at least 15 centimeters thick. 2. The ice must be not less than 15 centimeters thick. ----------- Are both the same?
  7. English

    1. I'll remember to see the movie with my friend. 2. I'll remember that I have to see the movie with my friend. 3. I'll remember that I will see the movie with my friend. 4. I'll remember that I can see the movie with my friend. 5. …
  8. Biology

    1. Which of the following is not a characteristic of life?
  9. P.E.

    Which of the following is not true about a soccer throw-in?
  10. English

    Compose a sentence that contains a minimum of twenty-one words and a maximum of thirty words.The required main verb of the sentence must be the present progressive verb are planning.You must include the following phrase as a part of …

More Similar Questions