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Every sentence or clause has a subject and a predicate. The subject is a noun, pronoun, or group of words acting as a noun, and the words ...
Do you know what a predicate is? It sounds somehow familiar but only a few of us really understand the meani...
A predicate adjective is an adjective appearing in the predicate of a sentence or clause and modifying the grammatical subject of t...
A predicate nominative is also called a subject complement or a predicate noun. The predicate nominative typically follows the verb to be
See predicate nominative
predictable - correct spelling
predictable - adjective
As an adjective, predominant describes something with the greatest influence or authority.As a verb, predominat...
prefer - verb
preference - noun
preferential - correct spelling
preferential - adjective
preferred - verb (past tense and past participle of the verb prefer) and adjective
English seems quite a simple language at first glance, but when you dig deep into it i.e. when you try to ex...
IntroductionMany words start with prefixes; e.g., nonresident, antitrust, coparty, and a spate of others. As a writer, you must learn the rules of hyphenation. So let's start with this observation:...
Prefix Words - Exceptions to the Rule
Important ExceptionsThere are some exceptions to the basic rule that prefix words do not include the hyphen: Root word is capitalized. Root word is a date. Hyphenate to avoid ambiguity. ...
prejudice - noun and verb
Premier is both a noun and an adjective associated with the highest status or rank.Premiere can be used as a noun ...
preparation - correct spelling
preparation - noun
prepare - verb
A preposition is one of the eight parts of speech
Prepositions are one very important component of English language and English grammar. Do you know what a pr...
When a noun or pronoun combines with a preposition, it forms a prepositional phrase, which primarily acts as either an adjective (the book ...
Prepositional Phrase - Two Parts
The prepositional phrase consists of two major parts:1. the preposition 2. the object of the prepositionThe object is the noun (or pronoun) attached to the sentence by the preposition. That noun might be a true noun, a noun phrase, or...
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