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How would make the following sentence:
“A sentence with two appositives for the same name. Make each appositive complex (each appositive must contain a subordinate clause)”
How would I make the following sentence:
“A sentence with a single complex appositive. (This is the complex part: The subordinate clause nested within your appositive must have a triple predicate with each predicate consisting of a transitive verb, a direct object, and either participial or infinitive phrases) (hint: your phrases could be the direct objects).”
Can someone help me create this sentence and explain it as well. :)
What is an example of a sentence that is “a compound, complex sentence with an appositive somewhere in the sentence and includes a resumptive modifier”? Please explain.
-Please explain what is an resumptive modifier
What does this quote mean “monsters are disfigured versions of ourselves”. From the article Why Modern monster have Become so Alien to us.
Complete the blanks with the Past Simple, Past Progressive, Past Perfect Simple or Past Perfect Progressive of the verbs in brackets.
1) Last year I .....(go) on an exciting safari holiday in Namibia with my husband. 2) I remember it ....(rain) continously for several days in Brussels before we ....(leave), so I couldn't wait to board the plane which ....(head) for sunnier climes. 3) Our safari holiday ....(be) unique in that, unlike many other safari holidays, the aim was not just to show a bunch of tourists some wild animals; while on holiday we would be volunteering at a conservation centre. 4) Our first night in the bush, while the biologists ....(entertain) everyone with tales, I ....(sit) back and ....(gaze) at the patterns made by the stars. 5) At one stage I ....(get) up to stretch when all of a sudden I ....(see) a huge creature nestled on my husband's shoulder; I ....(let) out an embarrassing squek of fear. 6) Apparently it was just a stick insect. Not like any stick insect I ....(ever/see); it was as big as my forearm. 7) The next day we ....(set) off early; our task was to make a note of any wildlife we saw. 8) While we .... (walk) through the thick forest, we ....(hear) birds and monkeys chattering in the trees. However after three hours, the novelty ....(wear) off, and I was exhausted. 9) And then I ....(see) it. A deer ....(stand) under a tree just a few metres away from me; I proudly ....(make) a note on my pad. 10) The next day, while we ....(travel) to a nearby village, we ....(spot) a herd of elephants crossing the road. 11) All too quickly our two weeks in Namibia ....(draw) to a close and we .... (find) ourselves back at home. 12) Altough we were a little sad, we both felt a tremendous sense of satisfaction as we ....(not only/visit) a beautiful part of the world, but we ....(also/make) our own small positive contribution.
This is a recipe from medieval book. It is written in middle english, so very hard to understand. Please, help me.
TO MAKE A TART OF GOOSEBERRIES.
Take Goseberries, and perboyle them in white Claret wine, or Strong Ale, and withall boyle a little white bread: then take them up & draw them through a strainer as thicke as you can with the yolkes of five eggs, then season it up with Sugar, and half a dish of Butter, and so bake it.
Our month to find out how little we could spend and still survive. Up to this point, we’d been Christmas and Easter frugalists, dipping in and out of fiscal prudence where it suited us, saving enough to ensure ourselves a spot in retirement, but also buying things like a handcrafted turquoise- and- brown embroidered collar ........
- I don't understand what 'ensure ourselves a spot in retirement,' means. Please help me.
"We wanted to be together and we didn't care that the only sunlight in that apartment snaked through the partially subterranean windows for about an hour every afternoon. It was like trying to line up a Stonehenge equinox to catch an ephemeral ray on your bare forearm."
Here, what does the last sentence mean?
Please help me..
Hi, my name is Ella and I'm approaching my a level exams. I would find a bit of extra help very useful because I'm doing this A level through distance learning. I want to achieve at least a B, and get into the university of my choice (my offer is BBB). My specification is AQA 7702. Help with effectively tackling the question is much needed. If you think you can help, I am willing to pay for online sessions in the run up to my exams (14th June, 20th June) so please reply to this message.