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Topic: In maths
Posted: Sunday, December 8, 2019 8:18:24 AM
Thanks Drago!
Topic: In maths
Posted: Sunday, December 8, 2019 7:29:54 AM
A subject. Does the prepositional phrase (in maths) answer both adverb questions- when and where in the context?
Topic: In maths
Posted: Sunday, December 8, 2019 7:29:52 AM
A subject. Does the prepositional phrase (in maths) answer both adverb questions- when and where in the context?
Topic: In maths
Posted: Sunday, December 8, 2019 7:12:39 AM
I saw the following sentence in my son's reading book:
In maths we learned about angles.
What is the grammatical function of the prepositional phrase "in maths"?
What does it connect here?

If it's an adverb which adverb question does it answer?
When, why, how or where?
Topic: With my friends
Posted: Sunday, December 8, 2019 6:06:34 AM
Thanks.
Topic: With my friends
Posted: Sunday, December 8, 2019 3:13:31 AM
The following is a made-up sentence:
I play cricket with my friends.
I know "with" is the preposition here.
A preposition shows relationship between words.
What does "with connect"?
Cricket (noun) and with my friends (an object of the preposition or
The verb "play" and "with my friends"
Does it function adjectivally modifying the noun "cricket"?
Topic: Will almost certainly reduce
Posted: Saturday, December 7, 2019 10:46:34 AM
Thanks
Topic: Will almost certainly reduce
Posted: Saturday, December 7, 2019 10:17:01 AM
" If you follow these tips, you should hopefully end up with a clearer and easier to read paper, and you will almost certainly reduce the length of your paper as well (always good for conferences with length limits)."
https://homepages.inf.ed.ac.uk/sgwater/writing_advice.html
Please explain the use of "will" in "you will almost certainly ... . Why the simple present "you almost certainly..." doesn't seem correct?
Topic: Fast pace vs fast paced
Posted: Friday, December 6, 2019 2:31:44 AM
Thanks.
Topic: Country
Posted: Friday, December 6, 2019 2:30:11 AM
Thanks.

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