1. The train leaves at 7 this evening. 2. The train will leave at 7 this evening. 3. He meets the girl at 7 this evening. 4. He will meet the girl at 7 this evening. ----------------- #1 means #2, right? What about #3 and #4? Does
Thank you very much for your help.... ................................ 1. Why don't we go to the movies this evening? 2. Why don't we go to see a movie this evening? 3. Why don't we go to a movie this evening? 4. Why don't we go
Thank you for your contributions to the Jiskha forum this evening. However, I removed one of your posts because you gave your full name and a reference to Facebook. In order to keep everyone safe, we don't permit personal
I have the sentence: Kyle seems calm despite his situation. Kyle is the subject, seems is the being verb, calm is a subject complement adjective that describes Kyle. My question is, is "...despite his situation" an adverb phrase?
How do you feel about this situation? I'm trying to collect opinions from teachers/adults. The Scenario: A teacher assigns an essay. However, on the due date, the teacher says that the he will not accept essays because he has
Which sentences use's iambic feet? It can be more than one. 1."My songs do tell how true thou art" (Sir Thomas Wyatt,1557) 2."Whatever fades, but fading pleasure brings." (Sir Philip Sidney,1598) 3."And the night is a-cold."
I need help with socials homework. Have written parapgraphs below but need help with answers. Tried myself to get them but not certain if I got right. On September 8, Prime Minister King called a special session of Parliament to
Determine which if any of the three statements are equivalent, give a reason for your conclusion. Show complete work. I). If the dog wags its tail, then the dog is not calm II). Either the dog does not wag its tail or the dog is