In 4, "make it at ten" seems to mean "plan to meet at ten o'clock."
6 and 6-1 mean the same thing, yes, but it would be smoother if you reverse the first two words: He finally made it. He finally succeeded. The word "finally" is an adverb modifying the verb, so it should be as close to the verb as possible.
7 and 8 are almost the same. If you change "in" to "into" in #7, they'll be the same.
*Ms. Sue or Reed, please check my other question as well if you have time, thank you :) 1. Which sentence has proper subject-verb agreement? A) Even my cousin Steve feel sad today. B) Even my cousin Steve look sad today. C) Even
which sentence has proper subject-verb agreement? even my cousin steve feel sad today. even my cousin steve look sad today. even my cousin steve feels sad today.*** even my cousin steve looking sad today.
Find the student who looks sad. Find a student who looks sad. (Which one is correct and common?) How does Junsu look? He looks sad. Do you know why? Yes, I do. He got 100 points in English. He got 60 points in math. He got the
I know this is Assonance “ The ship was cheer’d, the Harbour clear’d “ Twas sad as sad could be;” But I need to know the effect of what is the tone or mood or theme in these two lines in the poem "The Rime of the Ancient
12. Which sentence below contains a correctly used modifier in italics? A. The sauce tasted bitterly, and I couldn't swallow it. B. I feel goodly now that I'm over the flu. C. He spoke sharply to his sister. D. Joe looked sad at
what wud have been another really good Canadian song sung at the Olympics? Is this one good: Sarah Mclachlan: I will remember you I have to add as well, why I think it is good. I think that this song is good because it has a lot
posted by rfvv today at 4:26pm. posted by rfvv Wednesday, September 6, 2017 at 3:31pm. The blues in Picasso's painting seem to communicate his sadness. It makes me a little sad, too. ---------------------------------- Q1: Do we