Your Pain Is Our Pleasure
24-Hour Proofreading Service—We proofread your Google Docs or Microsoft Word files. We hate grammatical errors with passion. Learn More
January 30, 2009
Total number of comments
Total number of votes received
I guess comparisons and superlatives for more colours are possible in literary writing.
"bourgeois" seems to cover I, O, R :)
If you don't like "one of the most", what will you say about "a most"?
1) Argentina gained independence from Spain in 1816. (New Oxford American Dictionary, 2nd Edition. © 2005 by Oxford University Press, Inc.)
2) independence of irrelevant alternatives; independence of random variables
Yes, "someone else's" and "passers-by" is correct.
There's nothing to add to yello.cape.cod's explanation. ;)
Just one more thing:Whose: mother-in-law's
we call them modal verbs.
New Oxford American Dictionary, 2nd Edition. © 2005 by Oxford University Press:
(pl. also mouses) Computing a small hand-held device that is dragged across a flat surface to move the cursor on a computer screen, typically having buttons that are pressed to control computer functions
I guess it's OK if we distinguish the rodents and devices grammatically :)
This is one of his, girlfriends! ;)
I don't see anything wrong about one of the most ..., one of the best, etc.
Yes, I agree it's a metaphor, child's play or imagination is meant, IMO :)
©2020 CYCLE Interactive, LLC.All Rights Reserved.